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Ads in the sharing pop-up? Shrewd idea when it can be done like this, so as not to be too distracting.
New York Times’ iPad app: Advertising done right « sethlong.com

Ads in the sharing pop-up? Shrewd idea when it can be done like this, so as not to be too distracting.

New York Times’ iPad app: Advertising done right « sethlong.com

— 4 years ago
#new york times ipad app  #ipad  #ads  #advertising  #ny times ipad app 
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The fact is, the idea that advertisers are constantly meddling in coverage is a myth. The truth is, the small business owner has much bigger worries than how you’re covering the next election, or whether you’re making life hard on the mayor. He wants to know first and foremost: are you helping to add a few more ting-a-lings to the ring of his cash register.

So, my bottom line: I believe that advertising supported journalism — especially for the small, independent operation — is the purest, cleanest, best way to fund local reporting.

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— 4 years ago with 3 notes
#advertising  #ads  #hyperlocal  #future of news  #future of journalism  #journalism business model  #small business 
Seriously, I know test groups and market research says otherwise (uh, probably?) but old-school style ads just look so much cooler.
Fake Vintage Ads For Facebook, YouTube & Skype

Seriously, I know test groups and market research says otherwise (uh, probably?) but old-school style ads just look so much cooler.

Fake Vintage Ads For Facebook, YouTube & Skype

— 4 years ago with 15 notes
#advertising  #social media  #facebook  #youtube  #skype  #60s style ads  #ads  #vintage ads