Online advertising is critical to the survival of publishers. Print advertising continues to shrink and the only means for publishers to keep afloat is to grow online advertising revenue. However, ad blocking software installed by consumers are killing that source …
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Publishers Wage Ad Blocking Software War
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The amount of online advertising pollution has hit such a critical mass that Google and Apple, through their Chrome and Safari browsers, are about to take matters into their own hands. For those who do not have software that blocks …
Pew Research Center is out this week with a study that looks at our rapidly changing trends when shopping online. Nearly 80% of us shop online, 15% do so weekly and 51% of us have used a mobile phone to …
Fast growing mobile advertising is rapidly increasing consumer annoyance with this medium. Slow loading pages seeking to show ads is just one element of this annoyance. Equally explosive is the arms race with web companies as consumers download ever growing …