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As the hardtracking staff previously noted, the New York Times has been preparing to jump into the native advertising pool along with the rest of the sink-or-swim set. According to Advertising Age, the recently installed Times executive VP of advertising, Meredith Kopit … Continue reading
Fact #1 (via Adweek): Politico’s Allbritton Buys Capital New York The subscription approach to news is getting a significant boost, with Politico owner Robert Allbritton buying Capital New York with an eye on applying Politico’s business model to the online news site. Allbritton plans … Continue reading
Mark (Data)Suckahberg is at it again, urging users to give Facebook more grist for the marketing mill. From AllFacebook . . . Read the rest at Sneak Adtack.
Say hello to yet another mainstream publisher that’s gone native (advertising). From today’s New York Times: A Message That Tries to Blend In AS Madison Avenue continues debating the pros and cons of a hot trend in marketing known as native … Continue reading
Facebook CEO Mark (Data) Suckahberg has just sunk his talons deeper into your digital carcass. New York Times piece (via the Boston Globe): Critics probably won’t like Facebook’s policy SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook pressed ahead Friday with changes to its privacy … Continue reading