Politicians learn internet is a finite ad venue

By on Oct, 13 2014 with Comments 0

Democrat and RepublicanIt seems like on the internet there is room for an unlimited amount of content, but when it comes to a presence of useful virtual turf for the placement of political ads, it turns out that just like television and radio time, there is only so much of it to go around.

According to an article in the New York Times, some smart political operatives were aware that this would be a problem and booked internet time early. Those that railed to do this are finding a lack of availabilities just when they need them the most, in the final days before voters head for the polls.

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