Are Podcasts the Answer to B2B Losses in Print?

When a podcast host reads a sponsored ads, sharing a story about the quirky website they created on Squarespace, listeners often take their finger off that 15-second fast-forward button.

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M&A Report: Forever 21, Evergage and The Ringer In the News

This week, Forever 21 is likely to be salvaged by several investment groups. Meanwhile, Evergage is acquired by Salesforce and Spotify gains another popular podcast network, The Ringer.

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What Does Political Advertising Look Like During an Election Year?

Election years give publishers the opportunity to bring in additional funds outside normal advertisers. How do politicians spend in an election year?

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Google the Cookie Monster: What their Latest Initiative Means to Ad Tech

The new SameSite requirements are not the only big step forward towards a more secure web for consumers this year — Google made yet another announcement on January 14.

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How the Auto Industry Slump is Affecting B2B Publishers

Last year, we reported on the cutting down of auto TV ad spend. The downturn of ad spending trend continues and is consistent across mediums. Notably, B2B ad sales are down.

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M&A Report: Barstool Sports, Hello and GoDaddy In the News

This week, Penn National gains a big stake in Barstool Sports, Hello Products is acquired by Colgate-Palmolive, and GoDaddy is set to expand its services with content startup Over.

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The Power of Host Read Ads in Podcasts

While podcasts may be a relatively new medium of advertising, host-read advertisements certainly are not.

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How Does the Questex Deal Fit Into B2B Events?

The Questex deal was one sign among many for just how strong the B2B events space is.

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M&A Report: Moody’s, VMware, and UberEats In the News

This week, Moody gets more data, VMware boosts its networking tech and UberEats in India sells to a local competitor.

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