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Why Networks Make Almost No Money From Digital Ads

Three out of every four Chevy ads you’re seeing while catching up on the latest episode of The Flash aren’t making The CW any money, which is pretty awful. 136 more words

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Ello Generates First Revenue ... Through T-Shirt Sales

Ello has its first revenue stream — and no need to fear, it has nothing to do with your personal data.

After the social network launched in mid-September with a steadfast, ad-free mission statement that put Facebook’s ad model to shame, there remained one burning question: If the social network didn’t plan to make money selling user data or showing advertising, what was it going to do to foot the bill? 224 more words


Ad Revenues Under Pressure

The major media conglomerates have reported on their Q3 ad revenues – and they’re the worst since the Great Recession. Cable networks dropped 0,6%, while broadcasters lost 0,3%. 39 more words


Chart Showing Why Newspapers Are Failing

Pick up a newspaper today and it’s awful. The journalists are “Social Justice” evangelicals and the stories are stale. Economics plays into that because ad revenue is heading towards the Internet (blogs, podcasts and online news) and leaving scraps behind for newspapers. 17 more words


Sapient up 40%-plus on $3.7B Publicis deal

Shares of Sapient, a U.S.-based marketing firm specializing in the digital space, are bounding higher after French-based Publicis Groupe snapped it up for $3.7 billion in an all-cash deal. 18 more words

Facebook's advertising revenue soars in 3Q

NEW YORK – Facebook grew its advertising revenue by 64 per cent in the third quarter, helped by a boost in mobile ads that are becoming an increasingly large chunk of the social networking giant’s overall advertising business. 662 more words


New Social Network Tsu -- Which Pays Users Who Post -- Raises $7 Million

New social network Tsu believes it can get you excited about seeing advertisements. (Seriously!)

That’s because Tsu, which launched on Tuesday with a $7 million investment led by Sancus Capital Prive, is splitting its ad revenue with users, paying them for actively posting on the platform and inviting their friends to join, too. 424 more words