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Advertisers Log on for Big Profits

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Advertisers Log on for Big Profits

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Advertisers Log on for Big Profits

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An ever-increasing number of commercials on the Internet means search engines like Google and Yahoo are making big profits. Still, the Internet draws only about 3 percent of total advertising dollars. The increase in ads may be coming at the expense of more traditional media.

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