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Local News and Real Estate

by Drew Meyers on 9:07 am February 15, 2017

The New York Times, Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal will find a way to survive, but it’s no secret local news has had a rough ride over the past two decades. Newspapers aren’t what they used to be. Some even say they are dead. There have been a number of startups try to bridge the local news gap, largely to no avail. Outside.in and Patch got the closest. Blockfeed in NYC is the one I wrote about most recently. Turns out, making money from … Read More »

CPM vs. CPC

by Bryn Kaufman on 10:02 pm February 3, 2015

Here is an example of why newspapers are having a hard time vs. Google. My local paper charges $50 CPM, which is $50 per thousand impressions, for a banner ad near the top of their homepage. Keep in mind this banner is not targeted to Real Estate buyers and sellers, it is just shown to anyone who wants to read the paper. Google on the other hand charges me an average of .21 CPC, or Cost Per Click, and they show my display ad on … Read More »

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