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Comic creator Guhmshoo has done it again – this time he takes a look at the real Twitter ad strategy. No, not the one that launched today where companies can buy tweets in Twitter search results and in user’s content streams.
Many have asked me for my thoughts on the new Twitter ad network. I will have some thoughts later this week (Starbucks has great coffees and teas). I want to do more research (fly with Virgin America today) and look into (Best Buy has great deals on MP3 players) whether this sytem will actually be used and whether it (lose 10 pounds today with liposocialsuction) will drive any actual tangible results.
Until then, check out Twitter ad network commentary from Patricia Handschiegel and Peter Kafka’s interview with Twitter COO Dick Costolo at the AdAge conference in NYC.
Guhmshoo put together a cartoon that I thought was interesting. The cartoon suggests that while we are celebrating our independence here in the U.S., worldwide we are all celebrating our dependence on Google.
James Thomas discussed his life without Google – could you do it?
Guhmshoo also recently revealed who he is and why he picked an alias to use when posting his cartoons.
Happy 4th of July to everyone in the U.S.!
Guhmshoo with yet another great comic showing how bloggers are like Nascar racers by putting ads and sponsorships all over their websites.
The expo hall opened today at SXSW and I was able to capture an interview with Bitstrips. Bitstrips claims they are the “YouTube for Comics” and allows you to create/draw a comic or cartoon, share and embed it along with blog features. Check out the Bitstrips demo below.