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The Adotas Internet Advertising Features Section provides in-depth industry inspired stories from over 65 leaders of the Internet advertising marketplace. Internet advertising features encompasses everything from strategic analysis to gossip mongering related to the happenings of Internet advertising. Adotas is proud to provide multiple features weekly that cover the Internet advertising marketplace so you can remain informed and competitive.

ADOTAS - While the development of CRM (customer relationship management) systems signaled a transition to customer orientation in businesses, these early systems tended to try to put the focus on the "M" in CRM, aiming to help businesses better manage their customers. With the emergence of customer power through...
Dan Larden, Global Strategic Partnerships Director, Infectious Media (pictured below), an international programmatic agency, shares his insights on Whiltelisting. With all the recent talk around ad fraud and viewability, it’s no surprise that whitelisting has started to enter into many conversations around brand safety. While it seems smart to reduce...
As we look around the web, we find that most digital media and content companies are treating the online experience in the exact same fashion as they have done offline. In the evolution of tech; first we had the phone, then fax, answering machines, voicemail, then e-mail, text, messaging,...

Content Is Still King

As we’ve all seen and read, major acquisitions to stake out broader positions in the changing online ad landscape have occurred, as companies look to extend their advertising reach on the Web. The mantra Content is still King is now more relevant than ever as huge dollars line up to...
ADOTAS -- Today, we asked our panel of ad industry experts the following Burning Question: "What are your thoughts on Twitter's $50 million acquisition of Namo Media?" Here's how they responded: “If we’re learning anything at all in the digital ad world here in mid-2014 it’s that Native advertising is an approach...