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Tag Archives: Facebook
Facebook recently said that most of the 2 billion people on their platform had their personal data scraped. The reason, aside from Facebook’s appallingly sloppy controls over access to data, is defaults. Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg admitted that most people kept … Continue reading
Posted in Behavioral economics, Data, digital marketing, Security Tagged data, Facebook, GDPR, Mark Zuckerberg, security Comments Off on Default Power
Want Salient Fake News? Next Gen TV is the Ticket
Prediction: If you think it’s easy to use social media advertising to–I don’t know–sway elections via (small) bags of rubles, wait till you see what we get pumped into our homes via Next Gen TV. Full-motion, beautiful imagery, and powerful, targeted … Continue reading
Posted in Predictions Tagged Bloomberg, Facebook, fake news, Next Gen TV, TV advertising Comments Off on Want Salient Fake News? Next Gen TV is the Ticket
Profit Maximization, Humanity Minimization
Facebook stepped in it again, this time by allowing users of their advertising platform to target users via vile anti-Semitic terms. Do I think the people or the company is anti-Semitic? Of course not. I think the company* is anti-human. … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership, Organization, Philosophy Tagged algorithms, Facebook, leadership, people Comments Off on Profit Maximization, Humanity Minimization
Videri Quam Esse: P&G and Digital Advertising
P&G cut between $100 and $140 million in digital advertising last quarter and sales went up. I don’t mean they were flat or that margins went up through a short-sided strategy of cutting marketing investment. This wasn’t just advertising that sort … Continue reading
Posted in digital marketing, fraud, Marketing, Media, Strategy, Tactics Tagged digital marketing, duopoly, Facebook, fraud, Google, marketing strategy, P&G, waste Comments Off on Videri Quam Esse: P&G and Digital Advertising
What’s Up With WhatsApp?
I haven’t had a lot of time to think about Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp. But my former IMP colleague Larry Solomon has been thinking about it. He recently emailed to ask my thoughts, which are published on his blog here.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Facebook, M&A, WhatsApp Comments Off on What’s Up With WhatsApp?
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