WSJ -- Oct 29 -- Some ad networks have begun to exit a crowded niche on the Internet JellyCloud closed its doors this month after raising $11.5m in venture-capital funding earlier this year. Adzilla, a similar network, also ceased operations. AdBrite recently cut 40% of its work force to make itself profitable. Other ad networks "are in severe trouble and could be closing their doors in the back half of this year or the beginning of '09. People are bracing for the worst," says Ross Sandler, an Internet analyst at RBC Capital Markets. FULL ARTICLE @ WSJ
Mark Brooks: Meanwhile, advertising prices came down. :-) Ramp up those campaigns. Now you can afford to do more direct response campaigns again. The stock market isn't the only market going through a major correction.