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Welcome to HTML5

September 2, 2015 | by Isaac Maltzer | Advertising News, Digital Trends

September is here. And for everyone in the digital space, that means one thing in particular. HTML5 The move towards an HTML5 dominated internet experience took huge strides yesterday as Google Chrome updated its platform to block Flash-based web ads. They are not gone completely, but in order for a flash ad to load on Chrome, users…

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5 Reasons Why Google+ Sparks Interest

October 3, 2011 | by Civilian | Digital Trends

At the end of last month, Google revealed their Google+ Project. Although Google’s social media endeavor was initially lacking in users (it was only accessible to those with exclusive invites), there is no shortage of buzz about the fastest-growing social network in history. It is said to rival Facebook, though, ironically, the most followed user…

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Facebook beats Google

March 23, 2010 | by Civilian | Digital Trends

In case you hadn’t heard, Facebook is now the most visited website in the United States, according to analysts at Hitwise. In the 2nd weekend of March, Facebook snuck ahead with 7.07% of U.S. web traffic, barely beating Google’s 7.03%. So what does this mean to advertisers? Simply stated, it’s time to stop putting all…

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June 15, 2009 | by Civilian | Advertising News, Digital Trends, Media Buying

Google recently extended its efforts from online advertising and analytics into print, radio, TV and campaign management. Several other advertising blogs have deemed this the end of traditional media as we know it and the certain death of traditional agencies. As a firm that spends tens of thousands of dollars annually to stay up to…

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