- Distribution rules.
– New media companies will establish distribution networks before they build a single destination for their content. Companies will understand the need to put their efforts to reaching an audience across the web, instead of driving them to a single destination. As I have noted in a previous post, TVLoop is a prime example of this. Instead of creating a site similar to Hulu, where all the content lives on a single destination, they first created a distribution network reaching an audience that already existed on social networking sites. Without sounding cliche, companies need to fish where the fish are instead of exerting their efforts luring them to a single trap. The most important thing is understanding how to monetize these distribution networks and create monetary value for the content.
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A new report from eMarketer says the original projections of $1.8 billion in ad spending on social networks in 2009 are actually lower. eMarketer is now claiming this number is actually closer to about $1.3 billion for 2009. While this number is still greater than social network ad spending in 2008, it is not as high as once thought to be.