Advertising, new media
Apples new touch-screen tablet-computer, the iPad, accept only “1st party cookies” by default. This is bad news for advertisers and analyst, who rely on “3rd… Read More »iPad in “3rd-party cookie”-attack: step back advertisers
With $188 worth in ad revenues, how much journalism can you afford to put into the average online article?
This is to me the most important questions, my new analysis raises: We as a society needs someone who on an ongoing basis scans the… Read More »With $188 worth in ad revenues, how much journalism can you afford to put into the average online article?
Internet beat both daily newspaper, tv and radio as advertising medium in Denmark in 2008. With revenues of euro 392,7 million, Internet cut out a 21… Read More »Breaking news: Internet number ONE advertising mediagroup in Denmark
This Tuesday Chris Anderson and I discussed his new book “Free” (scheduled for release in July). The book is about why and how the ever-declining… Read More »Wrap-up: The Danish Free Newspaper War in a “Free” perspective
The FDIM real-time application that was launched this summer gives great insight to the dynamics of the market. Take this one for example – the number… Read More »October 1st jp.dk lead daytime – pol.dk the night
Foreningen af Danske Interaktive Medier (FDIM – or IAB Denmark) today published results for the first half-year 2008. Click here for the press release, and here for… Read More »Danish first halfyear results: Display ads up 27 %