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Topic: Social Media Week

The New York Times Might Ban Visitors Who Use Ad Blockers

'This stuff is not made for free,' says CEO

New York Times CEO Mark Thompson did not mince words Tuesday when talking about ad blocking, which has been causing more than a few headaches for publishers. During a keynote discussion…

Tumblr Draws a Distinction Between Its Ads and Those of Google and Facebook

Karp: We do branding. The rest of the Web doesn't.

If you like direct response ads and blue links and tired display ads, don’t talk to Tumblr. But if you’re a creative who’s dying to get clients off their click addiction…

Twitter Yawns at Jeep Hack Attack

And was Burger King actually a big winner?

.@jeep Glad everything is back to normal. — BurgerKing (@BurgerKing) February 19, 2013 Per Socialbakers, Burger King netted 30,000 Twitter followers when the brand's account on the site was hacked yesterday. But when…

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