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https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9962726a564ec243622ac01cab794a9e681cb1563d200181063a4ea4eb3e0565.png Pot calling the kettle Guinness Black.
And after 9 months they finally caught up. Errr is that a good thing.
This article would have been good if it wasn't paid for by the company. Instead it is propaganda. Dilutes the power of the message significantly.
If Bruce Gordon is involved in this company I wouldn't trust him at all. He was one of The Hanover Group that left many pensioners and others broke and then he was the first one to leave. In my opinion ...
Having experience with some of these companies, they actually seem rather underestimated. One of them has a spend of more than double the figure shown above for it. You're right that they arent a true representation, but they're in no ...
Why in gods name are you quoting Nielsen spend figures? They don't even come close to representing actual spends. Divide those numbers by 2 .... or 3 in some cases. Rate card is not a 'thing'. These represent an inflated ...
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