Introducing Ad Tech Ryan Gosling

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If you’ve ever read The Feed before, you are familiar with my love of Ryan Gosling Tumblrs. On that note, we, at Digiday, in an effort to embrace current digital culture and trends, are trying our hand at the infallible Ryan Gosling Tumblr formula. We give you: Ad Tech Ryan Gosling, because only Ryan Gosling can make ad-tech jargon sound sexy.

Follow the Tumblr and follow us on Twitter @Digiday to get updates on the latest Ad Tech Ryan Gosling posts. Also, we are accepting Ad Tech Ryan Gosling submissions. Leave your best ad-tech-related “Hey girl” suggestions in the comments section of this story.

Here are some examples of our posts so far.

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