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Today’s Burning Question: Reaction to Twitter’s Native Ad Move

Written on
June 9th 2014
Author
Mike Daly

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 that ... more...

Today’s Burning Question: AdTech’s Perspective on Net Neutrality Ruling

Written on
May 16th 2014
Author
Mike Daly

ADOTAS — Today we solicited responses from AdTech industry leaders in reaction to this morning’s FCC ruling on net neutrality. According to The Wall Street Journal, the FCC today advanced new Internet rules that would ban broadband providers from blocking or slowing down websites, but allow them to strike deals ... more...

Today’s Burning Question: Marketing Implications of Google Glass

Written on
December 24th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article, originally published on Feb. 25, 2013, placed at No. 17 in our 20 most popular articles of the year. ADOTAS – Another day, another screen size! On the heels of Google’s unveiling of new details about Google Glass, we asked our panel of movers & shakers: “How will ... more...

How Secure Is Your Ad Server?

Written on
February 13th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

Yesterday’s news that OpenX shut down OnRamp due to a malware attack only serves to amplify the sound of an alarm that’s constantly ringing in the realm of online media. “This is another great example of the power of the Internet and the effects of poorly secured applications,” said Anthony J. ... more...

Today’s Burning Question: The Atlantic’s Sponsored Scientology Story Debacle

Written on
January 18th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

Today’s Burning Question from Adotas is: ”What can be learned from The Atlantic’s Scientology Sponsored Story debacle?” Here’s how our industry contacts weighed in: “The fact that there is so much internal and external strife at The Atlantic about native ads is not surprising. Ads that appear as content, such as native ads, ... more...