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Effective ad placement in story about support for Elizabeth Warren presidential run

By Doug Powers  •  April 15, 2013 02:55 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Earlier I was reading a story at the Boston Herald website about the possible political future of Dances With Identity Theft, which is titled “Elizabeth Warren winning support for 2016 White House bid.”

After a couple of paragraphs there was an ad that pops up on a rotating basis, and it fit perfectly with the subject of the story:


When the picture is clicked it goes to a YouTube video about the Mashpee Wompanoag Tribe taking on the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. No word yet on whether Fauxcahontas supports their cause.

Target marketing at its finest.

**Written by Doug Powers

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