Friday, August 31, 2012

Google Gets Some Rare Good News in China - Businessweek

Interesting times for Google in China
"Now, with the help of a recent acquisition, Google has managed to carve out a market niche where it’s the mainland leader: ads aimed at mobile phones. Mobile-search advertising goes beyond generating ads related to searches and automatically sends ads to users playing games, viewing videos, or using other apps on their smartphones and tablet computers. Google’s AdMob unit, which it bought for $750 million in 2010, says it has more than 10,000 registered developers in China and that its servers now get 7.9 billion requests a month to show ads to mobile-app users in the country."
Google Gets Some Rare Good News in China - Businessweek
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