AM Affiliate: Google, Gawker, and Kodak Winners of April Fool’s Day

Congratulations! You’ve made it to April! And if you’re in NYC, you might be wondering who’s pulling a prank that’s seeing snow flurries fall across the city. The answer: Weather. But on the internet, brilliant minds are at play, hatching up some of the kookiest April Fool’s jokes. A quick… Read more“AM Affiliate: Google, Gawker, and Kodak Winners of April Fool’s Day”

AM Affiliate: Facebook Website to Die, Love Is No Longer Profitable, & More

– Four ways to increase qualified leads. [MediaPost] – Hulu plans to go global with their new pay-per-view (well, sort of) initiatives. [MediaWeek] – How Facebook–the website, not the concept–will evaporate into the internet ecosystem. Perhaps the first omen is the shuttering of its Gift Shop. [Adotas] – Is romance/dating… Read more“AM Affiliate: Facebook Website to Die, Love Is No Longer Profitable, & More”

AM Affiliate: TV Is Dead, Smart Drugs Are Alive, and Everyone’s Shopping Again

Welcome to your end-of-week AM Affiliate! Today, we try to step outside of the social media arena to bring updates on how advances in marketing and technology are spurring some pretty big lifestyle changes for people worldwide. [ recreational viagra | female version viagra | cialis discount | viagra substitute… Read more“AM Affiliate: TV Is Dead, Smart Drugs Are Alive, and Everyone’s Shopping Again”

Will Google Put Cable Providers Out of Business With Web TV?

Google TV is coming! What does that mean as far as the user experience is concerned? Most importantly, unprecedented accuracy in delivering ads tailored to individual users’ viewing habits. This is obviously great for the advertiser because it makes their approach far more effective—and for Google who, as their Google… Read more“Will Google Put Cable Providers Out of Business With Web TV?”

Why Skype Adding Ads Could Be Revolutionary

Not necessarily a bad thing: Skype’s plans to monetize its video chatting service through serving advertisements. While this move will inevitably provoke some backlash from Skype users–since they’ve enjoyed Skype’s free service with no advertising—it may revolutionize the way advertisers connect with customers. This shift will allow for banner ads… Read more“Why Skype Adding Ads Could Be Revolutionary”