Is Instagram Ear Hustling Your Conversation to Create Targeted Ads?
All consumers need to do to cook up a classic example of the word 'creepy' is look at today's targeted ad campaigns.
The Many Ways the Cannabis Industry Lacks Traditional Marketing Expertise
Cannabis brands are forced to evolve their marketing practices in the face of new competition.
The 5 Rules of Killer Copywriting That Will Hook Prospects at 'Hello'
Copywriting is the one marketing tool that will never change. So, why don't people still not know how to do it right?
Sheryl Sandberg: We Can Change the Face of Leadership Through Advertising
She spoke about the problem of perpetuated gender stereotypes at the World Economic Forum this week.
The 7 Worst Reasons for a Content Marketing Campaign
Doing the smart thing for the wrong reasons is just dumb.
5 Steps to Writing Better Ad Copy
Following these easy steps will help you create copy that sells your products or services.
10 Facts You Didn't Know About Facebook Advertising
What works today may not work tomorrow.
Facebook Underreported iPhone Traffic for Some Publishers
The social giant said on Friday that a recent update to one of its metrics had led to the issue and affected publishers using one of its legacy platforms.
6 Lessons From the Legends of Advertising
Discover the six overriding lessons for putting together a promotional campaign that produces the best results.
The 13 Most Interesting Ads of 2016
These ads are bound to make you laugh -- or in some cases, shed a tear.
In the Ad-Blocking Arms Race, Relationships are the Most Valuable Currency
Content publishers must work directly with their target audience to best serve user needs.
Social Media Ads to Hit $50 Billion by 2019
The rapid expansion of social media platforms on mobile devices, as well as faster internet connectivity and more sophisticated technology has shifted the way people get their news.
Craig Simpson's Top 10 Must Read Books for Marketing Professionals
Become a better marketer by picking up some of these impactful books.
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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.
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