A study suggests that nearly half of Facebook users will never click on ads, making things less than favorable for those looking buy a piece of the site today.
With Facebook as one of the biggest tools for brands to connect with its fans, the number is quite jarring for companies that have invested the big bucks on Facebook advertising. Perhaps that’s why General Motors pulled $10 million worth of advertising from Facebook on Tuesday, citing that the service had not delivered effective results.
Japanese technology company, NTT DoMoCo, is developing an intelligent digital display prototype that uses an embedded camera to recognize the number of people standing in front of it at any given time.
Still, bad though it is, I vaguely prefer the clumping, clueless, uncool, crappiness of Microsoft’s bland Stepford gang to the creepy assurance of the average Mac evangelist. At least the grinning dildos in the Windows video are fictional, whereas eerie replicant Mac monks really are everywhere, standing over your shoulder in their charcoal pullovers, smirking with amusement at your hopelessly inferior OS, knowing they’re better than you because they use Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard. I don’t care if you’re right. I just want you to die.
What’s the song in the rollerskating Diet Coke ad? Who portrays the Mac home movie in the Mac/PC ad? What commercials have used Goldfrapp songs? The answers to these questions and more