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click-to-buy

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Click-to-buy links for songs, games added to YouTube

YouTube is adding links to Amazon.com and the iTunes Store from the pages of thousands of its videos, making it easier for people to buy an MP3 they hear or a video game that looks good.

By October 7, 2008

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Instagram, Pinterest join the 'buy' button bonanza

The click-to-buy button spreads to more social networks. Meanwhile, Amazon offers free shipping for light items, and Disney creates a new type of tech toy with Playmation.

By June 3, 2015

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Instagram, Pinterest join the 'buy' button bonanza

The click-to-buy button spreads to more social networks. Meanwhile, Amazon offers free shipping for light items, and Disney creates a new type of tech toy with Playmation.

By June 3, 2015

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ValueClick to buy marketing firm

Online advertising firm to acquire privately held Web Marketing Holdings and online retailer E-Babylon.

By June 14, 2005

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DoubleClick to buy U.K. technology firm

The Internet marketing company offers to buy Protagona for about $12.9 million in cash, in a move to improve its tools for advertisers.

By September 17, 2002

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DoubleClick to buy second e-mail marketer

The Internet advertising company agrees to buy e-mail marketer MessageMedia in a deal worth about $41 million in stock.

By June 1, 2001

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Short Take: CraftClick.com buys rival site

Pasting together an empire of arts-and-crafts sites, CraftClick.com today said it bought shopping site Biggest Little Craft Mall. Santa Monica, Calif.-based CraftClick is further adding to its network of niche sites by buying Louisiana-based Craft Mall, which provides Web hosting, message boards and shopping for its members. CraftClick, only 7 months in operation, has recently acquired such sites as Art2Art.com, ToleNet.com and CraftCentralStation. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

By July 10, 2000

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YouTube finds new place for ad spots

The click-to-buy overlays that typically have enabled users to buy a song from iTunes or Amazon now will feature ads.

By May 11, 2009

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Report: YouTube tinkers with e-commerce program

Video site has expanded e-commerce offering into Spain, Germany and the Netherlands, and appears to be experimenting with new click-to-buy links.

By January 21, 2009

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Short Take: Netscape using Release Software

Netscape is using Release Software's SalesAgent technology to allow users to purchase copies of Netscape FastTrack Server Software downloaded from Netscape's site. SalesAgent will launch from within the FastTrack server, which lets users click a "buy now" button to purchase FastTrack using a registration and purchase interface.

July 28, 1997