posted on Jan, 22 2009 @ 12:35 PM
I know that it's been a long time since my last thread, but I have begun my career in radio,(and almost finished my first book) and have been really
busy with all of that. I wanted to start this thread to draw attention to something I have been monitoring for a little while now.
With advertising reaching a stall in the television world, I wondered why no one has mentioned the drastic drop in advertising by gasoline companies.
Record profits should not negate the competition between rival gas companies, unless there really is no seperation in gas companies after all.
So where have all of the shell/mobil/exxon comercials gone? I know I see BP comercials, but most of those are green solutions and do not mention their
So where have these adverts gone? Again, profit margin does not negate competition, unless there really is no competition, and this is a monopoly,