1. Scott Johnson from Johnson Enterprises
    11 hours ago re: Y&R Sets Up Shop In Fast-Growing Mongolia by Steve McClellan (MAD - Sept. 19)

    Herbalife operates very similar to Amway, the world's largest MLM scam. Read about both of them here: www.StopTheAmwayToolScam.wordpress.com

  2. patricia caldwell from freeland earth
    Yesterday, 9:19 PM re: Microsoft Takes Aim At Google, Says Gmail Invades Privacy by Wendy Davis (Daily Online Examiner - Feb. 07)

    opening and purified as heart though strenghn minds is sky blue soothing truth forth of fellow folk there of people will never understand away of attentioning thing because lack unity of connections visual spirits of beyond our feelings let thus mentioning do i conquer thoughts and things etc this power of leaning catches learning an name thanking thoughting everything thanks to jesus christ for listening.sharing is caring

  3. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited
    Yesterday, 6:26 PM re: They're Highly Touted, But These Shows Remain Unconvincing by Adam Buckman (TVBlog - Sept. 19)

    Don't worry. The Walking Dead is here.

  4. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited
    Yesterday, 6:07 PM re: Everything Is Now Your Responsibility by Kaila Colbin (Online Spin - Sept. 19)

    How many things in our lives we didn't want to do - like listen to an entire class/seminar - that later we find when we least expect it to use what we were forced to learn ? It takes time and effort to learn the basics. The boring is necessary to expand into form and the time is an investment.

  5. Sheldon Senzon from JMS Media, Inc.
    Yesterday, 5:55 PM re: They're Highly Touted, But These Shows Remain Unconvincing by Adam Buckman (TVBlog - Sept. 19)

    Read your post and wonder what provoked you to review these shows based on content/quality/relevance. I think we have enough TV critics, perhaps you can find something more productive to do with your time. By the way, I think Ray Donovan is outstanding. The cast is extremely talented with a ton of previous acting credits. Masterpiece Theater it's not, but what can you do....

  6. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited
    Yesterday, 5:46 PM re: Are You Afraid Technology Will Make You Obsolete? You're Not Alone by Fard Johnmar (Marketing: Health - Sept. 19)

    That gap is growing, sadly, on one of your themes. The other is privacy. There is no way in hell I want any of my personal health concerns open to marketers or anyone for a myriad of reasons. Putting health/medical information out there is one thing, spying on people in trouble is another. The ol' safety we can't be hacked is snake oil.

  7. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited
    Yesterday, 5:24 PM re: Are YouTubers Really Stars? Hollywood Struggles To Acknowledge It by P.J. Bednarski (VidBlog - Sept. 19)

    But can they take direction ?

  8. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited
    Yesterday, 4:52 PM re: LinkedIn Argues It Has Free Speech Right To Email Users' Friends by Wendy Davis (Online Media Daily - Sept. 19)

    Free speech means you say something without going to jail. It doesn't mean you can spy on people and send those people messages.

  9. Chuck Lantz from 2007ac.com, 2013ac.com network
    Yesterday, 4:37 PM re: LinkedIn Argues It Has Free Speech Right To Email Users' Friends by Wendy Davis (Online Media Daily - Sept. 19)

    Until recently, I visited and used LinkedIn daily. At first I was amazed at how the site was able to cross-reference people I may have met once, or whom I knew years ago in their emailed updates, most of whom I had never named online. Then, it began to get a bit creepy, so I stopped posting there. Their emails stopped shortly afterwards. It was so sudden that I think some legal issues may have been involved in their sudden silence. I guess there is such a thing as too much information.

  10. Anni Paul from BoscoSystems
    Yesterday, 3:54 PM re: Todacell Research Shows Matching Mobile Ad Colors To Country's GDP Improves CTR, ROI by Laurie Sullivan (Data and Targeting Insider - Sept. 18)

    This is absolutely fascinating to me and not hard to believe at all. Colors and marketing effectiveness have always been related, although I don't think enough is known to say advertisers have it down to a science. But if color can somehow make mobile ads more attractive or relevant - and we know relevance is the lifeblood of mobile advertising http://www.airpush.com/how-consumers-are-driving-a-new-acceptance-of-mobile-advertising/ - then knowledge will really be power here. Please follow up on this subject with more coverage.

  11. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited
    Yesterday, 3:33 PM re: A Prospect Ignored Isn't Really A Prospect by Gord Hotchkiss (Search Insider - Sept. 19)

    You did say contractors. What did you expect ? This problems are nothing new with contractors and I do not see this changing in my lifetime. The reasons are for another time and points you are making.

  12. Nancy Vein from mamacare
    Yesterday, 3:20 PM re: Future Bumper Sticker: My Kid Is On The Honor Roll At Starbucks by Barbara Lippert (Mad Blog - June 18)

    I think that your kid is really lucky and I think every parent wish the same for his own child. I show such articles to my son every day and explain him that he can also gain success and he definitely deserves it. Unfortunately, he is not the most hard working person and he prefers getting writing personal essay help instead of improving his own. So, I realize that I have to find some kind of motivation personally for him. It is not so easy but I believe I will manage to help my dearest person.

  13. Genesis Toralba from ASU
    Yesterday, 3:12 PM re: Are YouTubers Really Stars? Hollywood Struggles To Acknowledge It by P.J. Bednarski (VidBlog - Sept. 19)

    In my opinion, YouTubers are the real stars. Yes some starts in Hollywood started from nothing, but most of them got their way into fame by association. For example, their parents, or other relatives, might have gave them a ticket to star in a movie without actually having to do much work, or even go to acting classes or anything. YouTubers on the other hand, are just themselves, they say what is on their mind and people like them for who they are. Take Jenna Marbles for example, she just makes videos that makes us all laugh because we can relate to stuff that she says. She also takes into account what her subscribers want to see and applies that to her videos. I’ve yet to see a video of a celebrity just interacting with their fans, they usually just call security or wave them off. Another very popular YouTuber is Michelle Phan. She makes make-up tutorial videos and she recently also started her own line of makeup and opened her own store. She also started with low quality videos on YouTube and this is how far along she has come since she started doing so. I have to say that the real stars are those who no matter what happens, are still able to work hard to make their fans happy, and it looks like YouTubers take the Oscar for this, even though they don’t walk the red carpet, they are usually the ones that are liked the most out of many celebrities.

  14. J S from Ideal Living Media
    Yesterday, 3:10 PM re: Are YouTubers Really Stars? Hollywood Struggles To Acknowledge It by P.J. Bednarski (VidBlog - Sept. 19)

    I'll just leave this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lFfF5XLsCQ

  15. Matt Cooper from Addroid
    Yesterday, 3:08 PM re: Unreliable Mobile Clicks Have Bad Impact On Ad Engagement by Mark Walsh (Mobile Marketing Daily - Sept. 18)

    They had to do a study to figure out that automotive ads are about brand building? Auto has been recognized as upper funnel for far over a decade now. The tier two stuff is hyper geo-targeted but is still just trying to get them into a dealer as the manufactures are very sensitive about cutting them out. I swear I'm not getting all sale(y) here but we do video banners in standard ad placements and generally see a 40% lift in CTR vs. a static which DOES translate into conversions for DR clients or they would never use us again. This whole premise seems off to me and I apologize if that sounds combative. However, it's just not resonating with my day-to-day experience even though I can see a lot of thought was put into this study.

  16. Dave Morgan from Simulmedia
    Yesterday, 2:47 PM re: TV Programmatic: The Best Of All Possible Worlds? by Mitch Oscar (Audience Buying Insider - Sept. 19)

    Great piece Mitch. You've captured the history, opportunity and future of all of TV media' programmaticism better than anyone ever has!

  17. Ed Papazian from Media Dynamics Inc
    Yesterday, 2:24 PM re: A Solution To The Agency Talent Dilemma by Drew McLellan (MAD - Sept. 18)

    There is, no doubt, a fair amount of worker exploitation at the larger agencies however we should remember that getting into an agency in almost any capacity can be the pathway for bigger things----either in the agency business or elsewhere. These aren't factories where everyone's work and career prospects are equal. For many young people coming out of college, an agency job is worth its weight in gold---even if you have to work your @**& off for the first few years.

  18. Ed Papazian from Media Dynamics Inc
    Yesterday, 2:16 PM re: TV Programmatic: The Best Of All Possible Worlds? by Mitch Oscar (Audience Buying Insider - Sept. 19)

    Doug, in the case of "dubious web clicks" it's a matter of the ad not even having a opportunity to be seen. When you refer to "dubious linear viewing" , the ad almost always has a chance to be seen, the question is whether it's placed in an overly cluttered break, which diminishes its impact, or lacks the appeal to capture and hold the attention of those members of "the audience" who are present. While Nielsen can't say whether a "viewer" actually paid any heed to a commercial, its ratings can tell the advertiser, with some degree of credibility, whether the viewer's set was tuned in when the commercial appeared.

  19. Mike Mellon from The beach
    Yesterday, 12:35 PM re: What's Your TV Name? Or Are You Just 'CATV'? by Wayne Friedman (TV Watch - Sept. 19)

    Nice article Wayne. I wonder if that idiot will comment on this one.

  20. Joe Marchese from true[X]
    Yesterday, 12:24 PM re: Attention: Nothing Else Matters by Joe Marchese (Online Spin - Sept. 18)

    Ha. Didn't know the title had a Metallica connection.

  21. Douglas Ferguson from College of Charleston
    Yesterday, 11:33 AM re: TV Programmatic: The Best Of All Possible Worlds? by Mitch Oscar (Audience Buying Insider - Sept. 19)

    The TV buying/selling community seem stuck on the same 3 questions, but how does the client weigh in? Is there much of a difference between paying for dubious web clicks and paying for dubious linear viewing?

  22. Seth Ulinski from TBR
    Yesterday, 11:17 AM re: Attention: Nothing Else Matters by Joe Marchese (Online Spin - Sept. 18)

    Joe- working on related patents now. On a side note, didn't know you were a Metallica fan, great title.

  23. Ed Papazian from Media Dynamics Inc
    Yesterday, 11:15 AM re: Attention: Nothing Else Matters by Joe Marchese (Online Spin - Sept. 18)

    Actually, we sell this and other reports, but we will issue a press release on some of the findings shortly.