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Wednesday November 26, 2014

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Post Pie is #Thanksgiving’s New “Shoppable Moment”

Post Pie is #Thanksgiving's New "Shoppable Moment"

Online retailers are targeting that “post pie” moment—after Thanksgiving dinner when people are flipping through their mobile devices. Steve Yankovich, head of eBay’s mobile business, told Reuters, “This is a new shoppable moment.” eBay is launching 20 mobile-only deals on Thanksgiving beginning [Full Story…]

Everyday Health Surpasses WebMd in Ad Revenue, Expected to Continue Growing

Everyday Health Surpasses WebMd in Ad Revenue, Expected to Continue Growing

SoHo-based Web site Everyday Health has hit interesting milestone lately According to Crain's New York Business, the company's TV program Everyday Health was nominated for an Emmy (first ever for a show from a digital company) and has begun to grab advertisers from its number one competitor WebMD. [Full Story…]

USA Today Acquires Fantasy Sports Ventures and Big Lead Sports

USA Today Acquires Fantasy Sports Ventures and Big Lead Sports

USA Today announced this week that it has acquired of NY-based sports/fantasy league news sites Fantasy Sports Ventures and Big Lead Sports. Gannett, which publishes USA Today, already owned a minority stake in FSV. The terms of the deal were not made public. According to ComScore, FSV and Big [Full Story…]

Can Competition Knock Off Allrecipes.com?

Can Competition Knock Off Allrecipes.com?

  Before publishing company Meridith Corp. jumped into the food category with a new website, it tried to buy industry leader Allrecipes.com from NY's Readers Digest Association, according to The New York Post's Keith Kelly. Allrecipes.com has been the top ranked food site for the [Full Story…]

Gawker Media Traffic Surpasses All But One

Gawker Media Traffic Surpasses All But One

Gawker Media founder, Nick Denton, sent out a memo this week to discuss his company's increase in domestic visitors to its various blog sites.  In this memo, Denton states that they have “overtaken both the Washington Post and USA Today, according to Comscore” leaving them second behind [Full Story…]

Alloy Digital Most Popular For Young Consumers

Alloy Digital Most Popular For Young Consumers

In a recent profile piece in Adweek CEO Matt Diamond, and his company NY-based Alloy Media, have grown their presence on the Web in the last 16 months. In that time,  the Alloy Digital Networks owned and partner sites online have been the most popular destinations with consumers 12-24, [Full Story…]