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Aug 22, 2014

also, lot of good jobs from atlantic media, double verify, tapsense, taco bell and others. digiday.com/jobs/

Aug 22, 2014

we redid our jobs board. try it for free with the promo code "gratis" digiday.com/jobs/

The crazy skin-lightening ads that have been banned in India

digiday.com — Indian advertising is about to get a little darker. And that's a good thing. On Tuesday, the Advertising Standards Council of India, a self-regulated advertiser group, issued a new set of guidelines that will ban all ads that depict those with darker skin as being inferior in any way.
Aug 22, 2014

Cringe along to the skin-lightening ads, thankfully on their way out of India digiday.com/brands/four-ad… from @shareenpathak

Aug 22, 2014

Win #India via @Digiday New guidelines will ban ads that depict those with darker skin as being inferior bit.ly/1lltoic

Aug 22, 2014

These Indian skin-lightening commercials are *insane* (and now they've been banned) digiday.com/brands/four-ad…

Aug 22, 2014

RT @raju: Finally. India bans skin-lightening ads that made dark-skin a social taboo: digiday.com/brands/four-ad…

Aug 22, 2014

RT @raju: Finally. India bans skin-lightening ads that made dark-skin a social taboo: digiday.com/brands/four-ad…

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How Bleacher Report has evolved its platform approach

digiday.com — At a time when publishers are obsessed with opening up their sites to larger numbers of contributors, Bleacher Report has gone in the opposite direction. The 8-year-old sports site built its editorial operation around a combination of SEO optimization tactics and its network of unpaid bloggers, which helped boost its audience numbers at low cost.
Aug 22, 2014

Now 90% of traffic comes from 300 paid writers. RT @Digiday How Bleacher Report has evolved its platform approach trib.al/z4v6Irj