Interesting, albeit somewhat unbelievable
, article. Comments, methinks, were better than the article
. The article fails to mention, of course, the transactions whereby the tracking information is sold to other marketers kinda goes unmentioned, as does the reliability/reputation of those buying marketers. As well, I'd kinda like to see the bona fides
of the pollsters, ya know?
'Nother post snuck in while I was composing, but I'll let this stand.