Exclusive: Leaked Details of How Facebook Plans To Sell Your Timeline to Advertisers. There’s no FCC policy for sponsors paying to change the algorithm.
Delta now forces passengers to watch ads during takeoff. Seat back screens remain locked on, and the audio is over the PA system.
Yet at the same time they require us to turn of our Kindles. Skeezy.
I made the mistake of going to a website today. It’s understandable, of course — everybody does it, from time to time — and I’m sure I’ll forgive myself, eventually. I don’t mean just any website, of course, I mean a publication. A place where… Continue reading →
Facebook is crack to journalists and pushers like Nieman Lab aren’t helping their addiction. Publishers: own your technology, user experience, and data. Quit sharecropping on others’. Previously.
First, Brian Boyer wrote: “Craigslist takes the classifieds, fool me once. Groupon takes the coupons, fool me twice. Good thing nobody else is selling display ads!” Then, Nieman Journalism let Vadim Lavrusik publish essentially marketing copy about how journalists can use Facebook’s Pages product. For… Continue reading →
Q&A: CMN’s Rusty Lewis and Jon Beck about new advertising options for College Publisher. CMN’s new managed WordPress offering is required to use their advertising software, ultimately meaning they still take a cut of the overall revenue.
Advertisement spotted on Yelp allows you to add a new appointment to your personal calendar, not a jankity website they’ve set up, for the series premier. Clicking on the button downloads an .ics file. Useful.
This is a framework for inventing a better Craigslist. It is highly unlikely that newspapers will reclaim the monopoly they had on classified advertising pre-internet. They controlled the platform before the internet, and were able to dictate what information used their print pages to gain… Continue reading →
Yesterday, I off-handedly had an idea that could be a business model for news organizations: vetting advertisers. Under the assumption that an organization practicing journalism builds its credibility though truthfulness, transparency, and accuracy, there exists the possibility that they could then monetize that credibility by… Continue reading →
At the ad:tech conference this year in New York City, the most widely anticipated news came from a company less than three years old. This is hardly a surprise to those who follow the tech industry; Facebook, currently valued at over 15 billion dollars, is the… Continue reading →