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Top Ten Web Fads We (Thankfully) Don’t See Much of Anymore

Much like fashion, a lot of web fads look bad in hindsight. Some look lemon-juice-in-a-papercut painfully bad.

Here’s a list of items that I’m grateful we’ve grown (or are growing) out of. May they die in a fire like the unholy flames that spawned them.

Will Ink-stained Fingers Become Extinct?

A few weeks ago, a national study was released that found, for the first time, online news readership had surpassed that of print newspapers. Specifically, the study found that 34% of US adults said they got their news online. 31% cited print newspapers as their source of news. The study also indicated similar results for online versus newspaper advertising revenue.

Black Hat SEO

Someone always spoiled the fun for everyone in grade school. The kid who took the chicken patty and threw it on the wall made chicken patties go away forever. There is always a right and wrong way to approach everything. This somewhat cliché phrase translates to all parts of life, including the Internet.

AT&T Ready to Blast Cap in Internet’s Behind

You knew it had to happen eventually. You just knew AT&T was going to screw up the Internet someday. And now they have.

Do you know what’s in your media mix? And is everything in it good for you?

The answer may surprise you, but it’ll save you money in the long run. KK BOLD’s media department may shock a few casino marketers by telling them what they don’t need in their media mix. You may not need television, and we’ll tell you so. If direct mail is your best bet, we’ll have the…

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