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For all its benefits, the much-vaunted surge in digital advertising has come at a cost.
There was a “big surge of reader interest with the pandemic and the election,” Pasick said.
Several users Recode spoke to said that in recent weeks, the platform has seen a surge in people desperate for more information on where and how to get vaccinated, and neighbors trading information about how to find an available dose.
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There might only be six to 12 weeks before the new variant triggers another surge.
This pattern suggests there is more to the story than retail investors buying shares and holding them through the stock surge, said Shapiro, the Georgetown policy fellow.
The biggest surge came from IPG’s Initiative, from the 8th spot to No.
These smaller-scale, regional outfits are enjoying a surge in popularity during the pandemic because they’re often less crowded than destination ski resorts.
By no stretch of the imagination should the drop in cases be taken to mean that the surge is completely over and the US can now relax.
That surge was fueled by users of the site Reddit, many of whom saw potential value in the company’s stock.
That shift has only accelerated as the coronavirus pandemic fueled a surge in online shopping as worried customers shunned stores.

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