The invention of radio did not kill newspapers, as doomsayers of the time predicted. Nor did television kill movies any more than the Internet killed television.The only thing that happened as each medium became popular was that advertising found yet another place to call home.Advertising has not only survived, it has thrived in the traditional print and broadcast media and has become pervasive on the Internet and mobile devices.One thing that hasn’t changed is that marketers still use ...

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