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- Problem with ad agencies
- Matt Probert
July 14, 2005, 11:00 am
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A little while ago, Dylan suggested that may be a certain advert,
featuring a provocatively dressed and posed young woman, was perhaps
detrimental to the web site it appeared upon. At the time I explained
it came from an agency, not directly from us.
Investigation revealed that the advert in question is indeed
controversial - 'adult' to coin a phrase. It's not for a respectable
marriage agency, but rather for a seedy wannabe swingers agency.
Suffice to say, we have now banned the company from advertising on our
site. But it's a problem. One handles advertising to an agency and
expects the agency to be responsible in screening advertisers. I think
this is an area that the industry needs to clean up.
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Re: Problem with ad agencies
Using a pointed stick and pebbles, Matt Probert scraped:
Indeed I did.
Indeed you did.
That's how it appeared to me at the time - even by just looking at their
I'm glad to hear (read) it! :)
Well yes, one would expect that an advertising agency would have more
sense than to potentially put off their publishers by accepting dodgy
clients! Perhaps it would be prudent to contact them and let them know
of your misgivings?
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