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Turns out emotional messages on social media are the way to followers' hearts—and wallets.
IntentMap boasts the largest pool of first-party data with more than 1,000 advertisers opted in.
First quarter ad outlays top $13 billion--$2 billion more than last year and more than twice what was spent in 2010.
According to eMarketer, U.S. mobile video advertising will grow more than 70% to $2.62 billion in 2015
Retailers will account for more than a fifth of that, followed by automotive and financial services.
Retailigence keeps tabs on product availability at more than two million stores.
Hootsuite Ads aims to show social marketers that the best posts to promote are the best posts.
The Chango veteran moves from programmatic to in-image advertising.
An eye-tracking study gives the Canadian division of the cosmetics company an entirely new outlook on the display ad.
Mobile's 76% growth paces the medium's fifth consecutive year of double-digit gains, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
The creativity-obsessed advertising and marketing industry publication makes a big splash with its hire of the highly regarded journalist.
Almost 6% more marketers will run a video ad campaign on the social networking site, according to Mixpo.
Female-centric ads are empowering women—and making money for brands.
Mobile's rise is the cause. Device display will pass desktop ads for the first time in 2015, according to a new forecast.
Marketers can now create and monitor ads from their iOS devices.
The goal: remove click-through rate as a key metric for display advertisers, says Madison Logic Data's CEO.
Demand drove up prices markedly. Facebook's CPM went from 46 cents in Q1 to $1.54 in Q3, says a Social.com study.
Nationwide, McDonald's, and Budweiser remain the talk of the town, even well after Sunday's game.
Fans and marketers are flooding Twitter, raving about Sunday's Big Game.
Mobile searches reach to heavenly heights on the Lord's Day. Meanwhile, marketers find CTRs sacred in Q4, according to Adobe.
The social media landscape continues to change for marketers—at a rapid pace. With no signs of slowing down, here's a brief breakdown of some of the biggest shifts on the social scene.
The digital newsstand seeks to expand adoption with an "all-you-can-read" plan for $9.99 a month.
Twenty-year ad tech veteran hired to take in-image advertising to the next level.
Bread-and-butter spot ads are declining by 3%, but the medium's other-channel revenue shows life.
The ex-DMA chief will lead TAG, a joint industry program dedicated to eliminating digital advertising fraud.
Little more than two years ago Mark Zuckerberg's mobile acumen was disrespected. But two years is an eon in digital time.
The social network that brought ephemeral picture posting to cell phones may see its new ad strategy fade just as inevitably.
The next wave of the digital evolution is pushing marketers toward hyper-relevance; but not everyone is catching on.
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