Disclaimer: This blog is very hyphen-heavy. If you have an aversion to hyphens, we recommend you stop reading now and venture to other, less grammatically correct blogs. At our consumer engagement agency, 5ivecanons, we wear many hats. We also wear many layers, as it gets a little cold in here. But, I digress. It’s no secret […]
To display or not to display, that is the question. And with some data showing over 70 percent of banner ad impressions are fraudulent – why do it? Display (or banner) advertising has been around for several years now and it is a successful way to show your advertisement to many people.
Without images, social media sites such as Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest and personal WordPress blogs wouldn’t have a good portion of their content. Content is king.
But unsurprisingly, the users of these sites habitually reblog, repost or retweet copyright-protected images, including stock photos that were never purchased.