Weekend Reads: Pinterest, Google Ads, Iced Coffee, & Hunger Games

Weekend Reads: Pinterest, Google Ads, Iced Coffee, & Hunger Games

An internet marketer explains how instructographics brought targeted, meaningful traffic to his site from Pinterest in droves. Not only is this the kind of traffic that converts, it’s also coming to his site in bigger volumes than his 40k per day Digg and Reddit salad days.
In the future you may have to whisper about the latest baseball game if you’re computer’s anywhere nearby because Google secured a patent that allows the supergiant to deliver ads based on the ambient noise in your surrounding environment.

The economics of iced coffee (and why it costs more than hot coffee).

And because the theaters in New York started a new showing of The Hunger Games once every six minutes from midnight to 1am (and had a 3am showing) Thursday night, I can’t help but add The Economics of The Hunger Games.

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