Native Advertising

Journalists have complained that the line between advertising and content is blurring. Advertisers, for example, place articles into blogs or newspapers as if they were for information only. This is so called “native content”. They do it because research suggests that this form of advertising is more effective than banner ads. But is this a problem? Matt Ingram thinks it is a wake up call for journalists to better serve the public.

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