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Chrome is manually being pushed down in Google search results in the face of criticism of a Chrome promo on blog sites.
An effort to get bloggers to plug Google's browser yields second-rate content and apparently at least one violation of Google's search-engine guidelines.
The social network adds another layer to its promoted posts feature -- now you can pay money to promote a friend's post.
If you're willing to shell out the dough -- possibly just $7 -- you can potentially make more people read your update. Whether you win more friends or influence people is a separate question.
The social network is testing a feature to make your posts more prominent, and it could end up requiring a fee.
Co-founder Ken Lerer says that paying contributors is "not our financial model"--never mind that new $5 million in funding.
The Washington Post is suspending its pay gate in an effort to get information out to all readers.
The blogging platform has an about-face on its stance against ads and announces that advertisers can now pay to post content and have increased account exposure on the site.
The start-up, which runs viral-video marketing campaigns, hopes to grow faster internationally. Awkwardly, the announcement follows a public flap over Unruly's pay-for-post promo of Google's Chrome.