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A study found female homicide rates fell 17 percent after the site created an "erotic services" section. So why would Congress add to the risks?
The league ran ads on the New York Times website alongside the article in question.
In our view, neither extreme outcome is necessary. To avoid joining our friends in South Park as ad zombies, consumers should
Hint: Facebook's got something to do with it.
They're scrambling to stop the loss of revenue that supports online content.
"We messed up," says executive from the Internet Advertising Bureau.
Research proves those annoying full-page ads just don't work.
She has considered fake-searching other items, like a compendium of the greatest philosophical thought of the twentieth century or tiny bikinis. Every time either of them popped up on her screen, it would make her proud that she would have been in need of such things.
The phrase "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is" is often overused but it certainly rings true with dietary supplement and weight loss advertisements -- be it on TV, in print, on the radio or on the Internet.
Here is the full chart, via Chartbeat: What's interesting though, is that research also says that after 10 seconds of viewing