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March 3, 2010, 6:33 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Yahoo says company is in ‘growth mode,’ Facebook trumps Twitter for viral videos, 20% of Google searches are personalized

Networks consider big change for Web advertising: Full ad load could be on the way http://j.mp/baRJNq »

Doctoral student’s study suggests free ebooks could translate to higher print edition saleshttp://j.mp/caQNzK »

20% of Google searches are personalized to fit a user’s location and interestshttp://j.mp/aaP7a9 »

Want your video to go viral? Facebook is probably better than Twitter http://j.mp/9tMe1R »

On Yahoo’s 15th anniversary, CEO says the company is in growth modehttp://j.mp/98LNvE »

 
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