Online Media Daily
Thursday, August 15, 2013
  • NSA Surveillance Prompts Web Users To Protect Privacy

    People are more concerned about online privacy now than before the recent revelations about National Security Agency's extensive surveillance efforts. Last month, 57% of … Read the whole story

  • All The News Fit To Feed: NY Times Tapped Facebook When Site Went Down

    Where did "The New York Times" turn to post stories after its site went down Wednesday? Facebook. The outage, which the "Times" said occurred … Read the whole story

  • Outbrain Cleans Up Native Ad Content, Nixes Dubious Marketers

    Does the embrace of native advertising by publishers necessarily lead to inferior content and shady marketing practices? The native ad specialists at Outbrain are … Read the whole story

  • Womensforum.com Expands Ad Options

    Started in 1996, Womensforum.com's biggest changes have come in just the last year, with its acquisition by Escalate Media Holdings, which also operates the … Read the whole story

  • Franchisees Tout Authenticity, Dive Into Local Biz Social Media Presence

    Between franchisors and their franchises, who controls a brand's social media presence? A majority (51%) of franchisees surveyed reported that their franchisors are "highly … Read the whole story

  • Placed Wants To Link Mobile Ads To Store Traffic

    The location analytics firm Placed is partnering with launch partner local ad network xAd to leverage its 100,000-person panel in order to track whether … Read the whole story