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Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

RT @rajunarisetti: Why @BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks @mathewi via @paidContent

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

"Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks"

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

from me earlier: "Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks"

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

new from me: "Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks" via @paidContent

“RT @cjoh: Forbes' pre-article display advertising is so obtrusive that I find it hard to link to it when they've got good content.”

Sponsors Now Pay for Online Articles, Not Just Ads

Sponsors Now Pay for Online Articles, Not Just Ads

RT @wblau: The New York Times about 'native advertising' at mashable and buzzfeed:

So, Did Tim Ferriss's BitTorrent Book Gamble Work?

So, Did Tim Ferriss's BitTorrent Book Gamble Work?

Tim Ferriss: "click-through rates from BitTorrent were higher than anything I've ever seen through paid advertising"

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RT @mediatwit: Most online advertising options, like banner ads, provide little profit to magazine publishers cc: @profsivek @AdWeek

Is Google's agreement with French publishers exportable to the U.S.? | Poynter.

Is Google's agreement with French publishers exportable to the U.S.? | Poynter.

RT @jeffjarvis: Google didn't "suck away the lifeblood" of advertising from news. It competed. It offered a better deal.

Two ways the new Flipboard could disrupt media: Advertising and revenue sharing

Two ways the new Flipboard could disrupt media: Advertising and revenue sharing

"Two ways the new Flipboard could disrupt media: Advertising and revenue sharing" via @paidContent

Two ways the new Flipboard could disrupt media: Advertising and revenue sharing

Two ways the new Flipboard could disrupt media: Advertising and revenue sharing

new from me -- "Two ways the new Flipboard could disrupt media: Advertising and revenue sharing" tip @mediagazer

“RT @AmyVernon: @Padday @mathewi Content & Advertising are like rectangles & squares. All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares”

The monetization dilemma for media: Paywalls on one side, advertising on the other

The monetization dilemma for media: Paywalls on one side, advertising on the other

"The monetization dilemma for media: Paywalls on one side, advertising on the other" via @paidContent

Buzzfeed is Building a Native-Advertising Network | Digital - Advertising Age

Buzzfeed is Building a Native-Advertising Network | Digital - Advertising Age

interesting RT @MediaReDEF: Buzzfeed is Building a Native-Advertising Network

Meet the Most Suspect Publishers on the Web

Meet the Most Suspect Publishers on the Web

the dark underside of online advertising is full of bot-infested click farms, says AdWeek:

And now, a word against our sponsor

And now, a word against our sponsor

I'm guessing @jackshafer doesn't like "native" advertising -- but what's the alternative? Paywalls for everyone?

“MIT'S Jason Pontin: "Editors Hate to Hear This," but Readers Have High Regard for Native Advertising: ”

When advertising becomes content, who wins -- advertisers or publishers, or both? - 99% News

When advertising becomes content, who wins -- advertisers or publishers, or both? - 99% News

"When advertising becomes content, who wins -- advertisers or #publishers, or both?" >

When advertising becomes content, who wins -- advertisers or publishers, or both?

When advertising becomes content, who wins -- advertisers or publishers, or both?

"When advertising becomes content, who wins - advertisers or publishers, or both?" via @paidContent

WPP's Sorrell says Twitter is a

WPP's Sorrell says Twitter is a "PR medium" not an advertising one | The Wall Blog

RT @markzohar: WPP's Sorrell says Twitter is a "PR medium" not an advertising one - via @trendspottr

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