“Today, the advertising market is functionally unregulated. It’s a market worth hundreds of billions of dollars a year, and it’s the main driver of revenue for some of the country’s biggest companies. “Given the power of a company like Google to unilaterally manipulate the online advertising market, it is essentialRead More →

Los Angeles, meanwhile, reached 20 markets, including Chicago, during a 10-week promotional campaign that began in mid-April. Now LA is launching its first-ever national campaign, a $ 10 million effort built around a ‘comeback’ theme. Scheduled to start on July 5 and run through September, the campaign will include television,Read More →

SALT LAKE CITY, June 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Scorpio, a leading provider of technologies and services helping local businesses thrive, today announced that it is now an advertising partner of Yelp, enabling Scorpio customers to optimize their presence on Yelp and manage advertising campaigns more effectively. As aRead More →

Following Google’s announcement on Thursday that Chrome would delay its elimination of third-party cookies by almost two years, the overwhelming feeling in the industry is…relief. Although agency, ad tech, and programmatic publisher executives told confident stories about digital ad projects without third-party cookies, this reality was more like a trainRead More →

The European Commission has opened an antitrust investigation on Google for advertising. The organization says it will check whether Google favors its own online display advertising technology over competing advertisers and publishers. And it will examine whether Google “distorts competition by restricting third-party access to user data for advertising purposesRead More →

The EU has opened a new large-scale antitrust investigation into Google, investigating whether the tech giant has unfairly stifled competition in online advertising. Margrethe Vestager, the European digital competition authority, announced the investigation today – saying Google may have unfairly handicapped those who buy ad space, tech companies selling adRead More →

Consumer concerns regarding the issue of data and privacy when using social media channels have increased in recent years, contributing to policy changes on many platforms, which has impacted commercial advertising strategies. . Talk to Joe streeter, editor of Payment expert, two seasoned marketing professionals discussed the impact of dataRead More →

Facebook-owned WhatsApp has launched the latest privacy ad campaign in multiple regions as it is the messaging platform’s action after some ambiguity around the app. The messaging platform introduced the privacy policy before this year which has increased user data sharing on the Facebook platform and many rival companies andRead More →

A brilliant idea to help stop people losing face masks has won accolades for a school in Ross-shire. Some of the county’s budding young entrepreneurs have won national awards for their online advertising. The best team from St Clement’s School in Dingwall have won the Best Publicity Award at YoungRead More →

A confluence of technological and legal developments can usher in significant changes to the multi-billion dollar digital advertising industry. The online advertising ecosystem is currently dominated by targeted behavioral advertising – the practice of tracking people’s online behavior across websites by placing cookies or other trackers on their devices, creatingRead More →

Online advertising holds promise, but remains one of the most neglected industries in Pakistan. By Sayed Shehzer Abbas Online advertising is also known as online marketing. It is a marketing strategy that uses the Internet as a tool to make products popular. Online advertisements help build brand awareness and driveRead More →

Google has been fined € 220m (£ 189m) by French competition regulators for abusing its dominant position in the online advertising market in a landmark settlement that could rebalance the relationship between tech giants and digital publishers. The agreement with the French Competition Authority, which found that Google unfairly favorsRead More →