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Twitter CEO Apologizes for Allowing White Supremacist Ad
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Twitter CEO Apologizes for Allowing White Supremacist Ad

The company, which has also been under criticism for not doing enough to thwart cyber bullying, said on Tuesday that it would upgrade some features to curb abusive behavior.
Facebook Aims for More Transparency With Video Ad Data
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Facebook Aims for More Transparency With Video Ad Data

The world's biggest online social network on Wednesday launched a new blog on its website called Metrics FYI, where it will share updates and corrections for its data.
Google, Facebook Move to Restrict Ads on Fake News Sites
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Google, Facebook Move to Restrict Ads on Fake News Sites

The shifts comes as Google, Facebook and Twitter face a backlash over the role they played in the U.S. presidential election.
Facebook to Stop Ethnicity-Based Targeting for Some Ads
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Facebook to Stop Ethnicity-Based Targeting for Some Ads

The feature, intended to help advertisers reach ethnic groups with relevant ads, has come under fire from politicians and civil rights leaders.
How to Spy on Your Competitors's Facebook Ad Targeting
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How to Spy on Your Competitors's Facebook Ad Targeting

Find out why you're seeing those sponsored posts on your Facebook Newsfeed.
Social Media Sensation Ken Bone Stars in IZOD's New Commercial
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Social Media Sensation Ken Bone Stars in IZOD's New Commercial

The star of the second presidential debate takes his success up a notch.
Rose Leadem
Lessons Outdoor Ad Media Needs to Learn from Mobile's Woes
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Lessons Outdoor Ad Media Needs to Learn from Mobile's Woes

Today's new breed of out-of-home advertisers are challenging the digital advertising platform.
Cynthia Johnson
8 Tips for Producing Advertising That Sells
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8 Tips for Producing Advertising That Sells

An advertising expert offers smart and easy-to-follow advice for crafting effective ad copy.
Craig Simpson
Spinning a Yarn: 5 Ways to Weave a Story Around Your Startup
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Spinning a Yarn: 5 Ways to Weave a Story Around Your Startup

To get noticed, match your great product with an eye-grabbing narrative.
Craig Corbett
3 Ways to Make Sure Your Online Ads Aren't a Turnoff
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3 Ways to Make Sure Your Online Ads Aren't a Turnoff

For starters, ponder your ad's placement, using that old real estate rule: location, location, location.
Andrew Chapin
Neiman Marcus Rolls Out $3.2 Million Worth of Fantasy Gifts
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Neiman Marcus Rolls Out $3.2 Million Worth of Fantasy Gifts

Luxury estates, private planes and fancy cars, oh my.
Nina Zipkin
Why You Should Disrupt Your Own Business
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Why You Should Disrupt Your Own Business

Change has always been part of business, it just happens faster now.
Tracy Byrnes
Online Marketing Agencies: Love 'Em or Leave 'Em?
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Online Marketing Agencies: Love 'Em or Leave 'Em?

Look at the signs and see whether or not it's time to find a new marketing firm to handle your company needs.
Jacob Baadsgaard
This Once-Per-Century Rebranding Is a Case Study In Marketing Done Right
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This Once-Per-Century Rebranding Is a Case Study In Marketing Done Right

Driscoll's, a venerable fruit seller, has rebranded for the first time since its founding more than a hundred years ago. It was worth the wait.
Jim Joseph