CNET News | June 24, 2020 10:55:19Advertisers are paying to have logos displayed when their content is published in the CNET Advertiser Network, according to an investigation by the digital news site CNET.
The network’s findings are based on data provided by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), which is the trade group that represents the most-used online advertising industry players, such as Facebook, Google and Twitter.CNET found that advertisers paid between $2,000 and $5,000 for a logo that appeared in an article, as well as $5 for each additional article that mentions the company, as compared to $1.40 per article for an article about another company.
This, the NAB said, was a common practice among the industry.
The data also showed that the NAGs logo was used in nearly a quarter of the CNE articles published between December 2015 and June 2020, and that the average value of the ad was $2.85 per article.
This is in addition to the $3,000 that advertisers spent for a company’s logo to appear in the NIA article.
The NAB also reported that nearly a third of the ads featured logos from Google or Twitter, but it said that this was a small percentage of the total.
The NAB’s data also suggested that these companies are increasingly using their logos to appear on the front page of the online news site they own or control, instead of the front-page article they usually write.
This practice, known as “sitemap placement,” has become more common in recent years.
Google and Facebook, for instance, are the most commonly cited sources for the NIBs logo.
The companies have not released a public explanation for this practice, but some analysts believe that the logos are used to highlight their products or services.
The ad network also found that ads that featured logos were most likely to have more positive coverage.
In addition, the average length of ads featured an NIB logo, as opposed to an ad from a competitor.
Cnet’s research, conducted over a four-month period, also showed the average ad price advertisers paid for their company’s name in the network’s data.
The average price paid was $0.06 per ad in the first six months of the year, compared to the average price of $0,23 per ad for a competitor’s name.
This price difference was even more pronounced when considering the fact that the ad network had only included the average of all ads that included the NIP brand.
The CNET Network also looked at the prices paid for the brands of online publishers that have published the most articles and the price paid for each article.
This was the case for the most frequently cited publishers: The New York Times, Forbes, BuzzFeed and TechCrunch.
These publishers are not only the top online publishers in the United States, but they also hold a large share of the world’s online ad revenue.
However, the data shows that some of these publishers are taking advantage of a loophole in the digital advertising industry: They are paying the same amount for their ad space as they are getting for their brand.
This makes them very attractive to advertisers because they don’t need to pay any more to appear alongside their competitors.
The research also found the average paid for a CNET article on the Nippon News Agency was $1,500, which was $5 more than the average amount paid by the top three publishers.
This is an interesting finding because it is an indication that some publishers are paying much less for their ads to appear with CNET’s articles, even though they have the most content, and because of the way the network works.
The bottom line?
The Advertising Industry Is Moving To Pay More for the Content It Uses Advertisment networks have been looking to improve the quality of content on their websites, but the NNAB data indicates that companies are now paying for this content in much greater amounts than they are paying for content themselves.