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Download AdExchanger.com’s May-August 2010 Q&A Report: Learn From The Ecosystem

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AdExchanger.com May-Aug 2010 ReportYes, it’s another opportunity to “Learn About The Ecosystem” and reflect upon another four-month block of data-driven Q&As on AdExchanger.com.

Learn from, review and slice-and-dice recent insights and info from members of the digital ad ecosystem including web publishers, digital agencies, ad networks, exchanges, ad tech and data companies.

AdExchanger.com presents Volume III of its Q&A report, a 262-page publication consisting of all the Q&A interviews on the site from May to August of 2010.

Collect ’em all!…

  • Volume I from all of 2009 is here.
  • Volume II containing January-April of 2010 Q&As is here.

And now, select from two versions of Volume III:

You can buy a printed, bound copy
of the report from QOOP.com for the cost of the printed paper plus shipping – click here!

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