I hope the media world can forget the truism that "arguments deliver audience" long enough to urge everyone to vote.
To reduce social complexity and try to contain it within an online ecosystem is a fool's errand. Trying to support such a system with advertising just makes it worse.
You can vote with your ballot. You can vote with your wallet. Better yet, do both.
Facebook's users are actually the ones having a rough time -- including the 14 million people who had a significant volume of data stolen.
Why have some of the world's largest tech companies failed at bringing marketplace technology to TV? To me, the answer is pretty straightforward.
Sources like UpWork all offer quality people with strong experience who can work at competitive prices with flexible schedules and expectations.
Instead of zeroing in on the negative aspects of technology as I've been doing, today I'm trying something different: optimism.
How do you respond to someone who says he's "LOVING the economy"? With anger -- and facts.
The ANA released a report on "in-housing" agency functions that sheds some important light on a trend unlikely to end any time soon.
Did you know that the average price across all national TV advertising in the U.S. is less than $2.50 CPM?