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The Trust Crisis in Advertising

By Jim Nail Jim Nail is a principal analyst at Forrester, serving B2C marketing professionals. Facebook's admission that their video viewing numbers have been inflated for two years is one more shoe dropping in an ongoing breakdown of the relationships between advertisers, agencies and media companies in the advertising ecosystem. Coming after [...]
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