The State Of Social Advertising [Headlines]

The State Of Social Advertising [Headlines]
Advertising

More and more companies are using platforms like Twitter and Facebook to advertise their products. But how much spam are consumers willing to put up with?

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 7 november 2011

Businesses are truly starting to see the benefits of social media as an advertising venue. Users may not like it, but if it means keeping our favorite social sites running and robust without us having to pay, we’re willing to tolerate it (to some extent). Digg

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