The Future of Media, As Told by Google Autocomplete

Yesterday, we explored how Google Autocomplete views agencies. The big conclusion: Google has a firm grasp on the many stereotypes about the many people in agencies. The picture is not much better when we turn our attention to the media side. This time, rather than look for introspection, we wanted Google’s “database of intentions” to tell us where media is heading. The results are rather, well, down.

 

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banner ads are

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social media is

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twitter is

 

yahoo is

 

aol is

nyt is

google is

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