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Editor's note: Location is key to monetizing mobile ads, ThinkNear chief executive Eli Portnoy wrote in a guest post for us yesterday. Now James Hritz weighs in with some further thoughts on the matter, focusing on how app publishers view the matter.
A little more than a year ago, I wrote about a nationwide effort, The 2012 Project, to encourage more women to run for elective office. With primary elections Tuesday in California and five other states, I called The...
Mary Meeker’s presentation this week on mobile shone light on the mobile monetization problem and argued that “ad $ follow eyeballs, it just takes time.” However, she failed to address the reason for the mobile monetization issue and missed the...
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