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Monster In the Mirror: AdMonsters’ Rob Beeler

In our latest Monster In the Mirror, we thought, who better to showcase than our very own Content Czar Rob Beeler. Rob works like a champion, and all you have to do is read below to find out why. Only Rob can make magic from two MacBooks, a ThinkPad, and…

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Business Across Borders and Screens: How the Atlantic Built Quartz

“The world is getting smaller and more global, and more companies from small to large are doing business across borders,” says Jay Lauf, Publisher of The Atlantic’s new mobile-specific news site Quartz. “Global business professionals, almost by definition, are very mobile, very tech savvy, and very connected. They need things…

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This Week In Ad Ops: Social Data, Mobile Tracking and More

Getting Ready for SonomaThere's tons going on over here at AdMonsters, including a major update -- we've filled all our seats for our Sonoma Publisher Forum. We're truly excited to have industry leaders from some great companies including the Washington Post Company, NBC Universal, BuzzFeed, and more, joining us in…

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This Week in Ad Ops: Big Company Moves, Mobile Margins, and More

 We're Making Waves Our Publisher Forum in Sonoma, Calif., is coming together nicely; we've secured a stellar batch of industry leaders for our keynotes and sessions, including, Method, Inc.'s Paul Valerio, Former Cheezburger CRO and startup analyst Todd Sawicki, BuzzFeed's Eric Harris, and MAGNAGLOBAL's Brian Monahan.We've also opened up registration…

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Mobile Trust: Build It, and They Will Come

Mobile’s potential beckons like a field of dreams but whether it becomes a reality depends on the ability to build consumer trust for your platform or business. Mobile usage is surging. Gartner Group forecasts mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common web access device worldwide within the next…

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The Best of AdMonsters 2012

This wraps up my first full year at AdMonsters as US Editor, and it’s been a helluva ride. The AdMonsters editorial team has spent 2012 finding its voice in an ever-crowded landscape of ad tech trades, and the below list shows our successes, including content from our recently introduced Connect…

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Making the Most of the Mobile Leftovers

I recently began reading a novel by Tom Perrotta called The Leftovers that imagines a suburban US neighborhood post-Rapture. One of the religious sects that emerges in the novel is named the Guilty Remnant. It isn’t often I read a novel that reminds me of my job managing yield for…

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