Super Bowl Ads by the Numbers

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Super Bowl Ads by the Numbers

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal explains why companies spend so much on Super Bowl ads. With a $5 million average price for thirty seconds of airtime, it’s a hefty amount of money for even the largest companies to invest. That doesn’t …

Reddit Grows Up

The freewheeling content found on the Internet is starting to see boundaries. In the wake of Russian fake news and other outrageous content, more aggregating websites are looking at the need to manage their content. Reddit, whose website is “the …

Physician Reputation Management and Yelp

A few bad online ratings and reviews for physicians can ruin a practice. The Wall Street Journal, in this Marketwatch link, examines the challenges physicians face with Yelp ratings and reviews and how some are addressing the issue of …