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Anonymous Analytics: Demand Media stock is undervalued and a ‘buy’

Anonymous Analytics, a financial resource faction of Anonymous is apparently giving the “thumbs up” sign for Demand Media stock. According to their website: “Anonymous Analytics, a faction of Anonymous, has moved the issue of transparency from the political level to the corporate level. To this end, we use our unique skills to expose fraud and […]

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Google defends its Panda-emonium farm-killer with Big Brother style

High quality domains? Check. Unique content? Check. White hat SEO practices? Check. And yet, with Panda 2.0 a lot of legitimate web sites got the shaft from Google which decided to penalize them. There’s been a lot of speculation over Google’s motives; in the meantime, so-called “content farm” Demand Media saw its stock plummet to […]

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Woe is me! Demand Media stock now lower than IPO

It’s a sad day for content farm giant, Demand Media: its stock has reached the lowest point yet, lower than its IPO price. The primary reason: confirmation by Experian Hitwise that eHow and other Demand Media web sites lost more than 40% of their Google-originating traffic since the beginning of the year – all thanks […]

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Demand Media stock takes a kamikaze dive

Today Demand Media stock took a “kamikaze dive” of more than 10% – bringing the “mass developed content” company’s stock down to $17.33 a share. That’s a dangerous drop in stock value for the company that had an IPO just three months ago. Meanwhile, Demand Media announced that the Google Panda 2.0 global release had […]

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Google stock dives – Demand Media loses more steam

Google announced lower than expected financial results late last evening. The end result: a whopping 8.25% loss – or about $50 bucks chipped off its stock by closing today at the NYSE. Google might be growing but so are its operating expenses; all $2 billion dollars of it. Bad timing with the Panda 2.0 release […]

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Demand Media stock plummets – Google Panda 2.0 to blame?

Demand Media, owners of mass-produced content farm eHow has lost a sizable chunk of its traffic due to the new Google Panda 2.0 release of April 11th. Despite escaping the wrath of Google during the initial Google Panda 1.0 release, eHow is now essentially slaughtered by the new Google ranking algorithm. The Demand Media stock […]

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