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SEMPO expands the reach to APAC region

Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO) announced its launch of SEMPO APAC Committee. SEMPO APAC plans and organizes SEMPO activities in the Asia-Pacific region to educate the market, grow membership and awareness of the Online & Search Marketing Industry, as … Read More

SEMPO Chairman and Board of Directors to tour Asia

SEMPO (Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization) Asia Tour and Seminars aim to foster awareness, educate, and promote the search industry in Asia by connecting professionals in the regions and Western markets, and creating a better understanding of search and its … Read More

Google opens up hard liquor ads

Google recently opened ads to beer and now hard liquor ads will be allowed in January. The liquor advertisers can only buy ads on Google that are directed to the liquor manufacturers site. According to a Google rep in Asia … Read More

Yahoo grows mobile search in Asia

Yahoo recently added oneSearch capability, a search service designed for mobile users, to nine mobile operators in Asia. Those mobile operators include, DiGi Telecommunications (Malaysia), Starhub (Singapore), Aircel Limited (India), BPL Mobile (India), Bharat Sanchar Nigam (India), PT Hutchison CP … Read More

.asia domain name to be launched

Foxnews reports that an organisation known as “DotAsia Organization Ltd” has had its application to run domain names in asian languages under the top level domain ‘.asia’ approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. The domains will … Read More

Keynote to undertake China search engines study

Keynote Systems (Nasdaq “KEYN”) a provider of e-business performance management services will undertake a study of China’s rapidly growing and highly competitive search engine market. The study will evalute Yahoo! China, Baidu, Google China and Sohu/Sogou incorporating 1,200 Chinese Internet … Read More

Google corrects map listing to Taiwan

Goolge map services had previously listed Taiwan as a province of China creating an uproar in Taiwan and protests from legislators and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA). Google has has now changed that listing to read “Taiwan”. Google explained … Read More