This post by implies that the data they collected spells problems for sponsored content.
I have no dog in this fight. But the data they're showing tells me sponsored content is a lot more effective than banners. Look at the likelihood people will click on a sponsored article. 32%?!!!!!
What am I missing...?
New Whiteboard Friday covering some of the structural content and links questions that pop up again and again in SEO: http://bit.ly/16L7Bud
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