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THE 50 MOST READ ADVERTISING AND BRANDING STORIES ON ADWEEK.COM IN 2016 OUR MOST POPULAR POSTS, FROM HEINEKEN TO ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER

Adweek | December 22, 2016

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As we wind down for the holidays, we're looking back at the stories that were most popular among Adweek.com readers over the course of the year. Today, we look at stories from our Advertising & Branding channel. Check back over the next few days to see similar recaps of our Tech, TV and AdFreak sections....

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DONT LET SKETCHY POP-UP ADS SCARE YOU

usatoday | November 28, 2016

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Q. My Mac’s copy of Chrome greeted me this morning with a pop-up alert saying my computer had been blocked and that I’d have to call a toll-free tech-support number to get it fixed....

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SOCIAL NETWORKS, VIDEO SITES MOST POPULAR FOR DIGITAL MARKETING IN CHINA

Emarketer | January 16, 2017

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When it comes to allocating digital ad budgets, marketers in China prefer social networks, video sites and search engines.Nearly 70% of marketers and media agency professionals polled in China in December 2016 by AdMaster said they would prefer to invest in social networking sites on mobile this year, the leading result. Fifty-five percent preferred to do the same on desktops and laptops, the second-highest rate for that media type....

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HOW CHINAS CLAMPDOWN ON KOREAN POP CULTURE HAS AFFECTED ADVERTISING

Adage India | December 21, 2016

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South Korean actress Jun Ji-hyun's photo appears on dozens of billboards in a Shanghai subway station, and she holds up the product she's plugging - an Oppo, the country's top-selling smart phone. It looks like a typical celebrity endorsement, but there's a backstory. Ads featuring Korean stars, once ubiquitous in China, have started to dwindle. And this particular ad might not be around for long. Advertising, along with TV entertainment and the music industry, has been affected ...

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THE 50 MOST READ ADVERTISING AND BRANDING STORIES ON ADWEEK.COM IN 2016 OUR MOST POPULAR POSTS, FROM HEINEKEN TO ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER

Adweek | December 22, 2016

As we wind down for the holidays, we're looking back at the stories that were most popular among Adweek.com readers over the course of the year. Today, we look at stories from our Advertising & Branding channel. Check back over the next few days to see similar recaps of our Tech, TV and AdFreak sections....

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DONT LET SKETCHY POP-UP ADS SCARE YOU

usatoday | November 28, 2016

Q. My Mac’s copy of Chrome greeted me this morning with a pop-up alert saying my computer had been blocked and that I’d have to call a toll-free tech-support number to get it fixed....

Read More
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SOCIAL NETWORKS, VIDEO SITES MOST POPULAR FOR DIGITAL MARKETING IN CHINA

Emarketer | January 16, 2017

When it comes to allocating digital ad budgets, marketers in China prefer social networks, video sites and search engines.Nearly 70% of marketers and media agency professionals polled in China in December 2016 by AdMaster said they would prefer to invest in social networking sites on mobile this year, the leading result. Fifty-five percent preferred to do the same on desktops and laptops, the second-highest rate for that media type....

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HOW CHINAS CLAMPDOWN ON KOREAN POP CULTURE HAS AFFECTED ADVERTISING

Adage India | December 21, 2016

South Korean actress Jun Ji-hyun's photo appears on dozens of billboards in a Shanghai subway station, and she holds up the product she's plugging - an Oppo, the country's top-selling smart phone. It looks like a typical celebrity endorsement, but there's a backstory. Ads featuring Korean stars, once ubiquitous in China, have started to dwindle. And this particular ad might not be around for long. Advertising, along with TV entertainment and the music industry, has been affected ...

Read More