Digital media could learn a thing or two from PornIQ's method of crafting recommendations.

This week, a site that averages 70 million daily visitors released a new product devoted to personalized user experiences. But despite the tech world's obsession with that trend, you're unlikely to hear of this iteration around the agency or on any conference call. While all but a select few advertisers will shy away from Pornhub‘s new PornIQ, despite its cheap and plentiful inventory, the site exists as an experiment with the way we consume media. And the industry might want to pay attention.

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