Web video advertising is exploding. But that doesn’t mean people like all those pre-roll ads.
In fact, the only thing people dislike more than pre-rolls are those universally reviled mobile pop-up ads. That’s according to the annual Internet Trends slide deck released by
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner Mary Meeker at the Code Conference on Wednesday.
To read more about what if any types of ads people like, and other insights from Meeker’s presentation, click here.
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Here’s the full Mary Meeker deck, which covers everything from mobile hardware sales to the gaming industry’s influence on all media.
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