November, 2009

YouTube Attempts to Maximize Profits and Enhance User Experience

November 17, 2009 |

Just a couple weeks ago, I wrote about the frustration users were experiencing with online advertising.  Amongst the biggest annoyances, were the ads where users couldn’t find the skip button, and ads which automatically popped up.  I also stressed the importance of avoiding these very tactics which irritate consumers.  Well, […] Continue reading

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Retailers Have a New Philosophy: Less is More

November 11, 2009 |

In light of the current economic times, retailers have begun to reduce the number of products they offer.  When the economy was booming, a consumer could easily peruse through a national retail store and find 88 varieties of Pantene shampoo or even 50 varieties of Oreo cookies. According to a […] Continue reading

Online Advertising A (Potential) Frustration for Consumers

November 04, 2009 |

According to a recent poll conducted by the LinkedIn Research Network/Harris Poll, nearly three-quarters (74%) of marketers are using internet advertising.  However, as online advertising has expanded with technology over the years, consumer annoyance has grown alongside it.  The same poll showed that characteristics of internet advertising that are the […] Continue reading

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