Evolution of Ad Ops

Discussion in 'News & Announcements' started by Conrad Zagarzazu, Mar 25, 2012.

  • by Conrad Zagarzazu, Mar 25, 2012 at 2:54 PM
  • Conrad Zagarzazu Moderator

    Here is some insight as to where Online advertising is headed, specifically Ad Operations.
    It has become an increasingly trending topic with much traffic focused on Ad Operations job search and help forums. Take a look at the below.

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Discussion in 'News & Announcements' started by Conrad Zagarzazu, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. Sheena
    Nice post Conrad. I can see that Ad Ops are improving year by year.
  2. Sheena
    I am glad that Adops is on its way to the top!
  3. Mumita
    Journey started from 2004.
  4. Mumita
    But there is a straight sharp upward line in 2008.
  5. Mumita
    these rising process is continuous.
  6. Mumita
    very good graphical representation.
  7. Mumita
    line fluctuation observed after 2008 but remain steady.Good,
  8. Lady Blogger
    Hello Mumita thank you for the detailed information
  9. Lady Blogger
    I agree with Mumita, the graphs are awesome.
  10. Mumita
    You are also welcome.
  11. Mumita
    it is changing job searching pattern.
  12. Mumita
    Use of news paper for this purpose decreases.
  13. Mumita
    however news paper has value itself.
  14. Sheena
    Newspapers are still in today. Yes, you can read anything in the internet but there is something that you will only find in the newspaper.
  15. Sheena
    The columnists of different newspapers are professional and they analyze things before they write it down.
  16. Mumita
    though we informed by TV and internet but there is some attraction in newspaper.
  17. Mumita
    It is only how i feel nothing else.:)
  18. Sheena
    I agree with you Mumita
  19. Lady Blogger
    Agree with this post. It works like magic. Newspapers are with us before the TV and the Internet.

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