Last quote by Harry Kargman
Google and Facebook, while as big as they are now, in the early days they had the same problems that Snap did. If you look at Snap's progression and the trajectory and its journey, they haven't been around as long, and frankly, I don't think Evan [Spiegel] was focused on revenue before they went public.feedback
Harry Kargman has been quoted in 6 different articles. Most recently, Harry Kargman has been quoted saying, “This is an ostrich situation where the ostrich just pulled its head out of the sand.” in an article called YouTube ad boycott could spell trouble for Alphabet's Google. This is only one of 7 quotes from Harry Kargman. To see more examples Harry Kargman’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter Harry Kargman's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what Harry Kargman said about quality recently and in the past.
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Quotes by Harry Kargman
Apr 27 2017
This is an ostrich situation where the ostrich just pulled its head out of the sand.feedback
Apr 12 2017
With this joint bundle advertisers will get massive reach and frequency across all NBC properties and all of Kargo's content partners. It's the perfect combination of premium content and premium ad tech.feedback
Apr 03 2017
Brands are migrating those dollars now that their Google dollars are put on hold. We're seeing companies like AT&T move their brand dollars to safer content places, and Kargo is one of those places. What we're finally seeing is that marketers are waking up, and they're saying – 'just doing audience targeting at mass scale is not enough for us. We need to be guaranteed that we're running in great, brand-safe places, we need to know that our brand messages are actually aligned with the messaging on the page itself.feedback
Jan 18 2017
It's hard self-managing and self-moderating numbers. There's not as much friction when you're trying to figure out how many particular ads play and are shown. The problem is when you see issues, you are tempted to brush them under the rug.feedback
Dec 13 2016
What we're seeing is a flight to quality, people asking tougher questions like 'Who are your publishers?, What is the quality?, What is the experience on the screen?'. With those tougher questions there's going to be an influx of advertising to us.feedback
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