December 3rd, 2012

Internet Advertising to Exceed Newspaper Advertising in 2013

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Despite Leveson ignoring the internet, the elephant is getting bigger…

Hat-tip: paidContent.


17 Comments

  1. 1
    JH1234567890 says:

    How much is a full page spread in the Naurgiad?

    To reach, what, 200’000 public sector drones?

    No wonder ad buyers are heading for the net.

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    • 5
      Terrible But True says:

      Make that 200k e-petition signees… including the odd duck.

      That’s what gets the BBC attention when its ‘research’ they like.

      I actually was called by a lovely chap t’other day. After a long screed on some offer where I could not get a word in edgewise, he asked me if I was a Guardian reader.

      I said yes. But only online.

      Click (and that’s my phone… not on many of its ads).

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      • 11
        Quiet Bat Person says:

        Does this mean we are going to get ads for garden sheds and elasticated thermal underwear on the website?

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    • 10
      JH1234567890 says:

      Just answered my own question, here is the rate card.

      £18’000 for a colour full page.

      11p per claimed reader. Awful, awful, awful.

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  2. 2
    EdMiliband says:

    We need a judge led enquiry that I will support in it’s entirity, apart from some bits I won’t like

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  3. 3
    ah! monika's moniker is a gonner says:

    O/T
    The junior civil servants who take five WEEKS off sick in a year: Rate has doubled in just four years
    Foreign Office junior civil servants took 24.4 sick days off in one year
    The Department for Business was not far behind with 19.6

    More than I had in total over 38 years

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    • 4
      ah! monika's moniker is a gonner says:

      Obviously better for your health, working in the private sector.

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    • 9
      PSW says:

      At least I turned up for .4 of a day.

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    • 13
      Dimpled Mat says:

      It’s down to all the bugs they bring back from a stint in Bongobongo land (though on earth there is an embassy there in the first defies belief!).

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    • 15
      Puffed out says:

      Monika, be honest, could you stand the stress of working under/to Vince without a few days off to regain your sanity?

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    • 17
      Anonymous says:

      interesting,
      past 4 years have been a new world phenomena. america has not been the top dog, perhaps the stress of having a master who is not no. 1 anymore…has percolated to the bottom.

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  4. 6
    mrjohn says:

    right when the cool kids are getting bored with the interweb

    just us boring old fucks on this kind of site I’m afraid

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  5. 7
    Hank the Cat says:

    Slow day for news? How about Knickers Clegg and the 12m going to a charity his wife supports.

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  6. 8
    Daveid Icke says:

    Bloody reptiles..

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    • 12
      Anonymous says:

      scientists reveal that no matter how hard you try, you cannot change the laws of physics.

      flip a coin and 51% of the time it gives you the same result.
      bleeding reptiles.

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      • 16
        Just about any MP you care to name says:

        Flip a home and 99% of the time you’ll get accused of robbing the tax-payer blind, even though it’s all within the rules we put in place ourselves to make it legal.

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  7. 14
    Cleverson in Australia. says:

    Bugger off – I am having a nice time in Australia and hope to avoid any controversy by going next to the USA.
    I did believe I wrote the report in English, which is why I cannot understand why the BBC have to have past Iraq war lawyers try to explain my recommendations. Hey Ho. Gotta get back to the sun.

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