After launching the new Yahoo news stream experience in February, the company announced their newest advertising format today, Yahoo Stream Ads. Designed to offer an unobtrusive advertising experience, the stream ads are labeled by Yahoo as the “sponsored twin” to news feed articles,… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Facebook’s Creative Council evaluated hundreds of Facebook ad campaigns submitted by brands and agencies from across the globe to select winners for the 2013 Facebook Studio Awards. This year’s top winner was Oreo, taking home the Blue Award for the Oreo Daily Twist Campaign, a social… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
When implied popularity can be purchased, a problem will arise. That’s exactly what has been plaguing social media, a blatant spamming to help promote accounts, updates or links. Social spam is so popular that it has even become a multi-million dollar business. Politicians,… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
With today’s announcement of their viewability measurement tool, Active View, receiving accreditation from the Media Rating Council, Google released new data highlighting CTRs of display ads based on viewability metrics. According to their findings, users are up to 21 times more likely to… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
During the 2012 it may have felt like 100% of the people you saw on Twitter and Facebook featured politically-oriented content the the actual number was far less. A new Pew Internet study shows that 39% of adults took part in some form of political activity on a social network. The majority of… Please visit […]
A new report from eMarketer estimates that 15 percent of online retail sales will be made on a mobile device this year, climbing upwards of $39 billion by the end of 2013. The majority of sales will be made from a tablet with only 35 percent of m-commerce happening via a smartphone. This… Please visit […]
Bruegger’s Bagels is thanking loyal customers and driving its social media strategy with an offer for three free bagels that can be redeemed by showing a coupon on their smartphones at checkout.
(screenshot via CNN) Twitter is warning media outlets to be “extra vigilant” in light of today’s incident involving a fake tweet sent out by hackers that had gained access to the Associated Press’ Twitter account, @AP. It’s also good advice for brands and marketers… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.