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searchenginejournal | March 19, 2020
Google Ads is launching a feature that makes it easier for advertisers to appeal policy decisions and get ads approved.It’s not always bad actors that get their ads disapproved for policy decisions. As Google explains, it can also happen to advertisers with good intentions: This new feature allows advertisers to resubmit an ad immediately after fixing the policy issue.Advertisers can also appeal the decision without having to leave the Google Ads interface. Previously, advertisers had to g...
ENGINE Media | January 28, 2022
ENGINE Media Exchange (EMX), a leading SSP and end-to-end technology solution, and Audigent, the leading data activation, curation, and identity company, have teamed-up to expand the first-party data capabilities of EMX's Data Connected Marketplace™. As a result, digital media buyers using EMX's SSP will benefit from Audigent's SmartPMP™ product, which leverages inventory and data from established publisher and data partners. Audigent also provides digital media buyers wi...
Adform, PwC | July 28, 2022
Adform, the only global, independent, and fully integrated advertising platform built for modern marketing has unveiled an independent report with PwC showing that first-party IDs deliver significant uplift and scale on programmatic ad campaigns run with its ID Fusion solution.
With third-party cookies to be discontinued in 2023, advertisers and publishers are struggling to reach their audiences online in a consistent, transparent, and privacy-compliant way. Many publishers are ad...
Google | September 10, 2020
Following suit with Amazon’s move, advertisers in the UK, Turkey, and Austria are going to feel the impact of the UK’s new Digital Service Tax (DST). The additional cost will be passed directly through to advertisers. The fees will kick in starting November 1. Advertisers running ads in Austria and Turkey will have a 5% tax, and advertisers in the UK will have 2%. The main target of the DST are the large digital media companies, namely Google, Amazon, and Facebook. The threshold is f...
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