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Phil Nottingham
Video strategist & man who tweets things about creativity in business. Theatrical misadventurer, Objectivist, Feminist, Saxophonist and general enthusiast.
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Phil Nottingham 11h
Replying to @ruedlinger
Shit. How do I get served that ad?
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Phil Nottingham 12h
It's 2018, and I now buy so many things directly from Facebook ads. It's mostly reclaimed oak shelves and obscure musical equipment, but thats probably because they've nailed the targeting.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 20
Replying to @philnottingham
To those of who you DM'd me and said this was harsh and offensive, you're right. I've reconsidered, and propose just 100 hours community service for first-time offenders.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 20
Replying to @STATrob
I feel like this is the prime example of unnecessary Canadian apology. All I can do is applaud 👏👏👏
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Phil Nottingham Aug 19
People who clap between movements in symphonies should be sent to prison.
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Tony Haile Aug 17
Back of the napkin: avg data load of ads on mobile pages = ~3.3MB Price per Gig of non unlimited mobile plans = $10-$15 If mobile RPMs <$30 then people are paying more to download ads than publishers are making by serving them.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 17
Replying to @CyrusShepard
US Supreme Court would need to set precedent though, and seems unlikely. If they did, though, I think we’d see Google shift to offer a fairer balance in their offering to website owners.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 17
Replying to @CyrusShepard
Counter idea - Is a problem, albeit legal, not regulatory per-se. Intellectual property law applied accurately should mean that Google can’t scrape your site and use it as ad collateral without contractual permission, just as I can’t legally reprint Harry Potter but with ads.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 17
Replying to @jonoalderson
Ironically the composer of “everybody dies”
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Phil Nottingham Aug 16
Replying to @iPullRank
An SM58, Two Mackie HR824's and a lot of gaffer tape.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 16
Last one down on my musical heroes wall :(
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Phil Nottingham Aug 16
PSA - I’ll do it fully naked for a grand.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 16
Replying to @portentint @Michael512
Go nuts. cc
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Phil Nottingham Aug 16
Replying to @portentint
In fact, if you could just burn all of your striped shirts Ian, that would be great.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 16
Replying to @portentint
Or videos of any sort, please.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 15
Do you mean companies using video well for search? or tools for Video SEO?
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Ms. Pepper Aug 14
Really enjoyed using 's Soapbox tool to create a presentation for today's . 🛋️ Hit play in the link below to learn about using with landing pages + how to use videos in campaigns at the bottom of the funnel.
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Barry Adams 📈 Aug 14
And ‘social media marketing’ tops the list. Just goes to show, marketers are astonishingly stupid.
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Phil Nottingham Aug 14
The image card being pulled in is my kind of lunch.
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Crowdcast Aug 14
from is LIVE!! Join for the Keynote, live right now:
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