South Korea’s Portal, Daum, To Run Google AdSense
Forbes reports that Daum, South Korea’s second largest portal, is going to be going with Google when their contract expires with Yahoo (Overture) in January. Google’s vice president of Asia Pacific and Latin America operations, Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, said “Daum is Google’s longest-standing partner in Korea, and we are pleased to build on our alliance by connecting Korean Internet users worldwide to a wealth of new content.” Google and Daum previously had a relationship starting back in 2003, when Daum syndicated Google search technology.
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