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Ten things about advertising that make me wonder
Posted on December 23, 2011 by markkolier
Stuart Elliot of The New York Times writes the advertising column and periodically has 20 questions about advertising. I decided to come up with a few of my own. 1) Why are there ads in the subway with QR codes … Continue reading →
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