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  • Skype update enables account theft - Update

    Skype update enables account theft - Update

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    The recent update to Skype 5.5 for Windows contains a severe security vulnerability that allows attackers to get control of your Skype account, according to security expert David Vieira-Kurz. The update promises close integration with Facebook – for instance, you are to be able to track your Facebook friends' activities from your Skype client and even post wall messages from there. But it turns out that the process entails a real security risk, because the client executes JavaScript code in Facebook status messages without filtering.

    Skype executes JavaScript code in Facebook comments without filtering Zoom
    In this way, an attackers can capture a Skype user's cookie, and hence that user's Skype session. The H's associates at heise Security were able to reproduce the problem. The perpetrator does not even need to be Facebook friends with the victim for the attack to succeed because JavaScript code is also executed on fan sites, where everyone generally has write access. Just two weeks ago, a similar cross-site scripting attack made Skype vulnerable, but that hole has since been closed.
    Update - Skype has confirmed it is working on a fix for the problem. However, the vulnerability was not introduced in the update to 5.5. The flaw is not only in the current version, 5.5, but is also in version 5.3 which also contained the faulty Facebook integration.
    via The H
  • Foursquare & Groupon Hook Up for Real-Time Deals

    Foursquare & Groupon Hook Up for Real-Time Deals

    Foursquare users in the U.S. and Canada will start to see Groupon’s daily deals in the Explore tab of the application and on Foursquare.com beginning Friday, Mashable has learned.
    Groupon has become Foursquare’s sixth and latest daily deals partner. The IPO-primed market leader in its growing industry was notably absent when Foursquare first rolled out daily deals from LivingSocial, Gilt City, AT&T Interactive, BuyWithMe and Zozi earlier this month.
    Groupon’s regular daily deals and its newest real-time, location-based Groupon Now offers have gone live for users in the Chicago area. All Foursquare users in the U.S. and Canada can expect to see Groupon deals alongside the deals of Foursquare’s five other partners by Sunday.
    Mashable first discovered the active Groupon deals Friday morning. We’ve since confirmed with Foursquare that a partnership with Groupon is in place. Groupon will share revenues with Foursquare, just like the startup’s other deals partners, splitting an undisclosed amount for each deal sold.
    The mutually beneficial relationship will help Foursquare replenish its deals stock and net it access to offers from the current mayor in the deals space. Groupon, in turn, will gain added exposure and reach audiences not already subscribed to its email list.
    “Foursquare’s goal is to help people connect in the real world, discover new places, and save money through Specials and Deals. We’re excited that Groupon’s daily deals and real-time deals will now be included in our Deals platform,” a company spokesperson said, when reached for comment.
    Friday’s release confirms what has long rumored: Groupon and Foursquare have been in talks for some time. Reports have also previously speculated that Groupon is attempting to acquire Foursquare.
  • Badgeville, a loyalty program and social gaming provider, raises $12 million

    Badgeville, a loyalty program and social gaming provider, raises $12 million

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    Badgeville, a provider of customer loyalty and social gaming programs, has landed a $12 million investment, the company says. Badgeville says it will use some of the funding to hire 20 employees. 
    “This investment comes at the heels of two consecutive seven-figure sales quarters, and 40% quarter-over-quarter growth,” says CEO Kris Duggan. “We plan to use the new funding to continue to build out our team and to rapidly scale to meet broad market demand for social loyalty, behavior analytics, and smart gamification.”
    Badgeville’s 75 clients include BlueFly.com, No. 173 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide and Moxsie Inc., No. 637 in the Second 500 Guide. Badgeville says that with its customer loyalty and social gaming products, retailer clients typically experience a 30% jump in traffic and conversion. With Badgeville’s technology, retailers can reward shoppers with special discounts or early access to private sales for watching videos, writing reviews, reading blog posts and similar tasks.
    The funding round was led by Norwest Venture Partners and El Dorado Ventures, with participation from existing investors Trinity Ventures and Webb Investment Network.
  • New! Improved! (and Very Old)

    New! Improved! (and Very Old)

    Interesting little article from the WSJ about the throwback trend in consumer packaged goods. While the trend itself isn’t all that remarkable, I found the “Chip Flashback” sidebar amusing. Here’s a simple recipe for creating a throwback package:
    • Colors: The brown, orange and yellow palette is ‘very time stamped’ to the 1960s. Limitations in printing techniques also meant that only a few colors could be used.
    • Letter Blocks: Often used by TV shows and stations in the 1960s to highlight color-television technology, says Mr. Murphy.
    • Typeface: ‘Doritos’ is in a dramatic but playful serif font typical of the 1970s, says Mr. Wallace. (Serif fonts have feet at the edges. Sans-serif fonts do not.)
    • Flat Design: Before computers, shadow effects and colors that gradually blended into one another weren’t common.
    Follow these rules and your brand can go retro, too.
    via w5
  • WalMart offering streaming video rentals on its website via Vudu

    WalMart offering streaming video rentals on its website via Vudu

    Vudu, Wal-martRetail giant Walmart is now offering customers the ability to rent streaming movies on its website.
    The company announced Tuesday that its website will have full integration with movie rental service Vudu, which Walmart acquired in February 2010. In November, it began allowing customers who purchased DVDs from Walmart to stream the movie through Vudu.
    “One of our key priorities is to provide one seamless shopping experience for our customers and to help them shop the way they live their lives today.  This means we’re bringing together everything we are from our stores, our brand, and our footprint with the power of eCommerce, mobile technologies, etc.,” a Walmart spokesperson told VentureBeat.  “With VUDU now integrated into Walmart.com, we’re providing customers more access to enjoy digital entertainment in a variety of ways — on their terms.”
    Unlike streaming competitor Netflix, Walmart will have movies available the same day they are released on DVD. Also different is the pricing structure. Walmart will charge $1 to $5.99 per movie for rentals and won’t offer an unlimited  subscription option. The pricing plan is similar to Apple’s business model, which lets customers rent movies for $4 or buy them for $14.
    The company told Venturebeat that Vudu has tripled its customer base since December 2010. Yet, attaining the most customers isn’t necessary for financial success in Walmart’s case. With Vudu, the company has plenty of opportunities to sell merchandise from its retail store along with digital rentals, and ultimately boost its profits.
    The Arkansas-based retail company has previously tested getting into the movie rental business. Its DVD-by-mail service, which cost about $13 to $17 per month for two or three titles, ended after the purchase of Vudu.
  • Mobile Payments To Triple To $670B By 2015; Digital Goods Will Represent 40% Of Transactions

    Mobile Payments To Triple To $670B By 2015; Digital Goods Will Represent 40% Of Transactions

    Juniper Research is releasing a new study today that reports that the transaction value of mobile payments for digital and physical goods, money transfers and NFC (Near Field Communications) transactions will reach $670 billion by 2015, up from $240 billion this year.
    The top 3 regions for mobile payments (East Asia and China, Western Europe and North America) will represent 75% of the global mobile payment gross transaction value by 2015. Digital goods payments will account for nearly 40% of the market in 2015.
    The research firm says that this growth is driven by the increased adoption of NFC payments, mobile ticketing by retailers, and other transactions made through mobile phones (i.e. retailers using payments systems like Square).
    As Juniper reported recently, global NFC mobile contactless payment transactions will reach nearly $50 billion worldwide by 2014. Juniper says that NFC is steadily gaining traction, and because of the latest rollouts of the technology both in the U.S. and outside the U.S., 2011 and 2012 are expected to be ‘banner years for NFC service rollouts.’
    Juniper also says that the need for financial access in emerging markets and developing countries will result in active mobile money users doubling by 2013, helping drive mobile transactions.
    We know that payments companies like Square and PayPal are experiencing major growth in mobile transactions, and we can expect more players to start competing in this growing market.
  • Terapeak Partners with Yahoo! JAPAN

    Terapeak Partners with Yahoo! JAPAN

    Terapeak is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with search engine and auction giant Yahoo! JAPAN.
    Terapeak is forging a strategic alliance with Yahoo! JAPAN, signing the first-ever data licensing agreement with the largest ecommerce marketplace and search engine in Japan. Already a leading provider of ecommerce data to worldwide merchants through its agreements with eBay and PayPal, Terapeak will now also make data available from Yahoo! JAPAN's extremely successful auction and ecommerce platform. This agreement will enable Terapeak to include analysis of historical transaction and auction data from the Yahoo! JAPAN auction site to a far wider set of merchants. In March 2011 alone, an average of 21.74 million items was listed for sale on Yahoo! Auctions and Yahoo! JAPAN boasted 238.33 million unique browsers, demonstrating Yahoo! JAPAN's clout as one of the most trafficked Internet destinations in Japan.
    Leveraging its rich analytics capabilities, Terapeak will enhance its first-ever Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market and pricing research tool for merchants using the Yahoo! Auctions platform. Building on its Victoria-based operations, Terapeak will continue to create new jobs within Victoria's high-tech industry while continuing to provide global solutions.
    "We are very excited about this partnership," commented Colin How, President of Terapeak. "This agreement provides a tremendous opportunity for both Yahoo! JAPAN and Terapeak, as well as the technology industry on Vancouver Island. Yahoo! JAPAN has an exceptional reputation as a leading brand and we are delighted that their merchants will be able to take advantage of the ecommerce market data products that Terapeak has built its reputation on."
    "Yahoo! JAPAN is happy to announce this business relationship with Terapeak", added Koichi Imamura, Senior Vice President for Ecommerce Planning Division of Yahoo! JAPAN. "Both Yahoo! JAPAN and Terapeak are dedicated to providing a quality user experience and we believe that this alliance will result in a winning integration of market data, leading to opportunities for our merchants."
    About Terapeak
    Terapeak is a leader in providing ecommerce market research and payment analytics to merchants, building a business that started as the sole authorized re-licensor of eBay data globally. The company provides real-time market insights to ecommerce merchants around the world. Currently aggregating over 20% of all online commerce sales data, Terapeak helps merchants make faster and more profitable business decisions based on market trends, pricing, and transaction data. Terapeak is the customer-facing brand of Advanced Ecommerce Research Systems, Inc., based in Victoria, BC.
    About Yahoo! JAPAN
    Yahoo! JAPAN Corporation is a leading Internet brand and one of the most trafficked Internet destinations in Japan. Yahoo! JAPAN seeks to provide online products and services essential to users' lives, and offers a full range of tools and marketing solutions for businesses to connect with Internet users in Japan. Yahoo! JAPAN is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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  • PayPal Announces Phone-To-Phone NFC Payment Support For Android

    PayPal Announces Phone-To-Phone NFC Payment Support For Android

    Slowly but surely, NFC (the tech that’ll let us ditch our wallets in favor of paying for things with a Jedi-wave of our phones) is picking up steam. After years of floundering around in the US, NFC took a major leap forward when Google announced support for it in Android. Shortly thereafter, Google doubled down their efforts with the announcement of Google Wallet.
    Today, NFC gains another huge supporter: PayPal. At the MobileBeat 2011 Conference this morning, PayPal Mobile senior director Laura Chambers debuted the company’s first Android NFC endeavor: phone-to-phone PayPal transactions.
    Here’s how it works:
    • Person 1 begins a money send or money request via a homescreen widget
    • Person 1 and 2 hold their NFC-enabled Android phones together until they vibrate.
    • Person 2 punches in their pin. Bam! Just like that, the money is transfered. It’s like the Wonder Twins, except instead of rings you have phones and instead of turning into an eagle or a bucket of water you get money.
    Alas, there’s one catch worth noting: NFC is… a bit limited on Android right now. That is, it’s currentlyonly available on the Nexus S. A number of other companies have pledged to add NFC support in the coming months — but for now, Nexus S owners are stuck in a private party with other Nexus S owners. On the upside, the handset manufacturers have some time to catch up: this PayPal widget won’t be available until later this summer.
    Also worth noting: for the time being, this is strictly phone-to-phone. While it’d be surprising if PayPal didn’t try to figure out some sort of consumer-to-business NFC solution (hey, they’ve gotta hold their own against Square somehow), they’re not talking about that just yet.
    Update: Reader Steve Dondley asked about what percentage PayPal takes in these transactions, and we forwarded the question onto PayPal. Here’s their response:
    P2P transactions through PayPal are free if using a bank account or existing balance in the customer’s PayPal account.
  • Microsoft Ready To Take On Apple Stores With 75 More Retail Stores

    Microsoft Ready To Take On Apple Stores With 75 More Retail Stores

    Microsoft’s clearly done testing the retail waters. It’s ready to dive in head first according to COO Kevin Turner who recently showed attendees of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference the company’s retail expansion plan.
    The plan is to open an additional 75 retail brick & mortar locations over the next two to three years. That’s a massive uptick from the 11 Microsoft Stores opened over the last two years. Get ready. The Microsoft vs Apple battle is about to come to a mall near you. The smart money is on Apple, though.

    It seems the majority of the stores are hitting the North East region of the US where there currently isn’t a Microsoft Store. Two are going to Hawaii, Florida is getting a bunch as is Texas and California. The map shows several scattered over the midsection.
    Just like the current Microsoft stores, these outlets will feature more than just PCs. They’ll stock and display Xbox 360s, Window Phones, software and media players not named iPod. They might even break out in a little song and dance from time to time.

    This plan was made known today when Microsoft’s COO, Kevin Turner, flashed the above slides during his presentation at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. Neowin managed to get the slides that maps the planned locations.
    This news couldn’t be any more timely. Just today a USA Today report hit that stated Apple was the fastest growing retailer in the US. Apple’s sales rose by $4.6 billion during the first three months of the year for a whooping 80% increase over last year’s numbers. Their retail numbers are so large that USA Today quotes retail sales expert David Berman on stating Apple Stores alone accounted for one-fifth by publicly traded retailers in the U.S. iPhone sales alone rose 113% over last year.
    Microsoft is going to lag behind the sheer number of Apple Store locations for sometime if not forever. That likely doesn’t matter as Microsoft is probably looking at conquering certain regions rather than the whole world. But don’t think for a minute that world domination is out of the question. This is Microsoft.
  • Electronic Arts Acquires Bejeweled, Plants vs Zombies Dev PopCap

    Electronic Arts Acquires Bejeweled, Plants vs Zombies Dev PopCap

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    Video game publishing juggernaut Electronic Arts announced today that they will be acquiring independent video game developer PopCap games for a kingly sum. PopCap Games is best known for its casual and social gaming titles like Bejeweled Blitz, Plants vs. Zombies and Zuma.
    Over the last eleven years of its existence, PopCap Games has become, inarguably, one of the single most successful casual game developers in the world. It's games are almost universally successful, from incredible hits like Bejeweled to comparable smaller scale games (though still enormous sellers) like Bookworm.
    The deal that PopCap brokered with EA was worth a total of $750 million dollars in cash and stock. Early reports seems to indicate that EA has big plans for the PopCap brand as well as its personnel. The company will not only be bringing PopCap's highly successful range of titles into the console gaming field, but they also have plans for PopCap's expertise.
    EA reportedly wants PopCap to help them bring their successful console and PC brands into the social and casual market. The Sims, Battlefield, FIFA and Madden are all brands that could get the social gaming treatment.
    "EA and PopCap are a compelling combination," said EA CEO John Riccitiello speaking with The Guardian. "PopCap's great studio talent and powerful IP add to EA's momentum and accelerate our drive towards a $1bn digital business. EA's global studio and publishing network will help PopCap rapidly expand their business to more digital devices, more countries, and more channels."
    "We picked EA because they have recast their culture around making great digital games," said David Roberts, CEO at PopCap Games. "By working with EA, we'll scale our games and services to deliver more social, mobile, casual fun to an even bigger, global audience."
    This is the second purchase EA has made in the casual and social gaming space. EA bought Facebook developer Playfish for $400 million in 2009.
  • Google Adds Ebooks and Movie Rentals to the Android Market

    Google Adds Ebooks and Movie Rentals to the Android Market

    Google's begun rolling out another version of the Android Market, which sports not only a new easy-to-browse interface, but also the ability to rent movies and buy ebooks right on your Android phone.
    The new interface is very nice, looking almost Windows Phone-like, with asymmetrical tiles filling up the screen. You can browse through editor's picks, search results, or by category in a much more space-efficient way, putting more apps on a page so you can easily browse through them. Installations now take fewer taps, too, so you can get right to buying, downloading, and playing with new apps.
    By far the biggest change in the new Market, though, are movie rentals and ebook sales. Now, you can browse a vast library of movies and books right from the main Market page, and download them to your device. You can stream movies straight from the Market, or "pin" them for offline use. Currently, this feature is only available in the US, though they're looking to bring it to other countries soon.
    Hit the link to read more about the new changes, or check out the video above to see it in action. The new Market is rolling out to all phones with Android 2.2 and higher, and will roll out over the course of the next few weeks.
  • Quick Stat: Google Display Ad Revenues to Pass $1 Billion This Year

    Quick Stat: Google Display Ad Revenues to Pass $1 Billion This Year

    eMarketer estimates Facebook’s share of US online display ad revenues will grow to 17.7% in 2011, up from a 12.2% share last year. Facebook is expected to see $978 million in additional display revenues in 2011—more than display revenues will grow this year at Yahoo!, AOL, Microsoft and Google combined.
    US display advertising revenues at Google will top $1 billion for the first time in 2011, as the company’s share of overall US display revenues grows to 9.3%, eMarketer estimates. That’s up from an 8.6% share in 2010, when Google’s US display revenues grew an estimated 140.5% to $855 million.
  • How Much Apple Is Making On The App Store

    How Much Apple Is Making On The App Store

    How much money money is Apple making from those 15 billion downloads? Apple wasn't so forthcoming about that, so we'll have to rely on this estimate from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.
    Munster says the average selling price of an app in the App Store is $1.44. Of that Apple nets $0.18 after you account for credit card fees and storage/delivery costs.
    Since the App Store launched, Apple has earned a net profit of $538 million on paid app sales, estimates Munster. It has spent an additional $246 million on storing and delivering free apps, says Munster, suggesting Apple's true profit is just $292 million.
    Of course, that's the narrow way of looking how much Apple is making from the App Store. Apple's vibrant app ecosystem has helped it sell millions of iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, helping it earn billions in profits.
    chart of the day, cost of an app, july 2011

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  • Group Buying Comes to Online Gaming with the Launch of Gamble Gang

    Group Buying Comes to Online Gaming with the Launch of Gamble Gang

    CHARLESTOWN, Island of NevisJuly 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
    Starlight Networks LLC is proud to announce that it has now launched the first ever group buying service dedicated solely to the gaming industry.
    The service is aptly called Gamble Gang, and can be found at:
    The service works similar to the group buying model used by Groupon, but is focused exclusively on online gaming.
    Due to the legal uncertainties of internet based gaming, its understandable larger companies have shied away from offering gaming products on their group buying networks.
    By growing out of a large and successful gaming affiliate network, Gamble Gang will utilize its strengths in e-gaming marketing and relationships with client gaming sites to bring gamblers the best possible group buying deals.
    Gamble Gang has its first group buying deal with Red Flush Casino, a Microgaming powered casino.
    Users can signup for a Special Group Discount Bonus through Gamble Gang at Red Flush Casino and receive a 200% match deposit bonus on their initial deposit bonus instead of the standard 100% bonus.
    This is but a taste of the benefits Gamble Gang will bring to online gamblers worldwide through the power of its group buying model.
  • ValueClick: A Value Stock Linking Investors to Profits

    ValueClick: A Value Stock Linking Investors to Profits

    ValueClick (VCLK) is a typical stock offering a great opportunity for growth. ValueClick is one of the online marketing industry leaders–with a fresh line of products and services. The company ranks as the 4th largest ad network in the U.S., just behind the Google (GOOG) Ad Network.
    What amazes me about ValueClick is that it has been able to compete with Google and build a very competitive online ad network where publishers and advertisers trade ad space, based on affinity and common interest. The name of this fabulous ad network is Commission Junction.
    Commission Junction is one of the largest affiliate networks in North America and operates worldwide. This is an incredible achievement for a small company competing against two tech giants who are fighting for a share of the same market: Google [134.04 billion], and Microsoft (MSFT) [225.75 Billion]. The market capitalization of ValueClick is just 1.38 billion. ValueClick’s revenue is generated primarily from the United States, with just 19.6% (excluding interregional eliminations) generated from operations outside the country, including Europe, China and Japan in 2009.
    ValueClick could be a great asset for any player interested in competing with Google for a share of the display advertising business. My guess is that ValueClick will become a potential target acquisition for a company like Microsoft or Fox (NWS). Even though Microsoft failed with a similar acquisition (aQuantive) in May 2007, it may try again at any point. Microsoft Ad network is still very weak and undiversified; it is still not willing to give up the fight against Google, so a move like this would make perfect sense.
    When Microsoft tried to buy aQuantive, the company was in negotiations with ValueClick for a merger, but the deal fell apart when Microsoft pushed through its offer. Microsoft finally acquired aQuantive for 6B but never did anything with it. This is considered the biggest failure of Microsoft in recent years, and probably in history.
    As the online marketing industry matures, big media and technology companies will have to look to companies like ValueClick. The shifting of advertising money from traditional media to online is a reality, and is growing every year. U.S. users spend 12 hours per week online, which represents about 32 percent of their media time. However, online advertising makes up only 13.6 percent of advertising spent in the U.S. Recently, Alterian ran a poll that illustrates the industry’s increasing awareness of the fact that traditional media channels just don’t deliver the results they used to. 40% of respondents anticipate a shift of over a fifth of their budget toward digital channels, with 21% of respondents predicting more than a third of their budget will shift.
    Forrester Research adds to this sentiment, stating, “Empowered consumers today expect a customized, interactive brand experience that goes way beyond a 30-second television spot or two-dimensional print ad.” Forrester expects interactive marketing/advertising channels to grow to nearly $55 billion and represent approximately 21% of all marketing budgets by 2014.
    I doubt ValueClick will continue being an independent company over the next 5 to 10 years. It could be a great asset for a big media or advertising company, as this is exactly what happened to Doubleclick when it was acquired by Google in 2007.
    For the last 6 consecutive quarters, ValueClick has surprised analysts with its expected earnings (source: Zacks Investment Research) and I honestly don’t think the trend will reverse any time soon. ValueClick’s third quarter 2010, results beat the Zacks consensus estimate. Revenue, earnings and adjusted EBITDA exceeded the high end of management’s expectation. The company expects a double-digit growth in the fourth quarter 2010, and full year 2011.
    For instance, ValueClick is the company that manages the publishers for LendingClub, the #1 P2P lending platform in the U.S., and one of my favorite sources of investment, other than stocks. ValueClick has built relationships with over 4,500 advertisers and agencies assisting them in their use of the Internet to create awareness, attract visitors, generate qualified leads, and drive sales. ValueClick is especially strong in the financial arena. It actually owns one of the most popular sites in investment glossary: investopedia. I’m sure if you are in the world of investing, this is one of the sites you have frequently use. The growing display-ad trend in the U.S, along with synergies from the Investopedia acquisition, share repurchases, impressive cash flow, and a debt free balance sheet are all positives.
    Even though the company currently trades just above its intrinsic value, it still is a great investment and gives an opportunity for growth. The revenue of ValueClick has increased eightfold from $62.55 million in 2002, to $230 million in 2010, attributable to an organic revenue growth and a record number of contracts signed in the last three years. Internet retailer statistics have confirmed the popularity of affiliate marketing, with 75% of the top 500 retailers using third-party affiliate marketing providers. 63% of those who work with third-party affiliate marketing partners chose Commission Junction more than all other affiliate marketing providers combined. According to eMarketer, VCLK's banner and rich media display, lead generation and email categories are expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.4% from 2009, to 2014. ValueClick currently reaches 70 million unique Internet users in the U.S. each month and reaches approximately 120 million users worldwide.
    Finally, ValueClick has been shown to generate solid operating cash flow. In 2010, it generated $96.9 million in free cash. In fact, the company has generated more than $95.0 million in free cash flow in each of the last five years. It has a strong balance sheet –with $197.0 million in cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities (including current portion) and no long-term debt as of 2011. The EPS has grown constantly from $0.15 in 2009, to $0.21 in 2011.
    If you take the current assets for the company (302.5 M), you would be able to pay total liabilities of 140.9 M and end up with a lot of cash. This is just a sample of how strong the financial position of ValueClick is.
    ValueClick is one of my favorite companies in the online marketing industry, and one of the ones with the brightest future. In May 2011, the 50-day simple moving average crossed above the 200-day simple moving average. That's another technical indicator that tells me that this is the time to get a position on ValueClick.

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