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Time For ‘New’ On AdExchanger


AdExchangerSometimes, it’s time for “new.”  And this summer is one of those times for AdExchanger.

Make no mistake, AdExchanger will continue to celebrate the connection that you make with the site and your fellow readers – a human collaboration with purpose and creative energy that you have always generated.

But, over the next week or so, you will notice a few new things here…

  • a new logo (today)…
  • which is going support a new website…
  • which is going to support our effort to introduce a new conference that is coming in September.

We’re not moving on from the AdExchanger of today… we’re just moving in to “new.”  Like you.

By John Ebbert

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