Demand Media

Demand Media, Inc. is an American content and social media company that operates online brands such as eHow, and Cracked, and is known for creating online content through its Demand Media Studios division based on a combination of measured consumer demand and predicted ROI. Demand Media's business model is controversial because their "content farms" have been accused of polluting search engine results with spam. The company also provides social media platforms to existing large company websites and distributes content bundled with social media tools to outlets around the web.
Posts about Demand Media
  • Publishers reap the rewards of content ad network bidding wars

    … health. We’re not like Demand Media, building our business on the back of Google. If it were to crater tomorrow, we would still have the lights on at Business Insider.” But publishers rationalize the practice, saying it’s hard to know for sure if users are turned off by the sight of content/ad widgets when they get to the end of an article. Don’t…

    Lucia Moses/ Digidayin Content Google- 5 readers -
  • Demand Media spins off Rightside

    …. Rightside comprises number two registrar eNom, retail registrar Name.com, new gTLD portfolio registry United TLD (which is branded Rightside), and its share of auction house NameJet. It is headed by CEO Taryn Naidu and chairman David Panos. The company also today named its initial board of directors. Related posts: Demand Media to spin off domains business as Rightside Taryn Naidu is a *%@$! Rightside bans company “ridicule” in its new gTLDs Demand Media mum on $18m new gTLDs investment …

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 2 readers -
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