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nypost | April 02, 2020
While newspaper sites and digital publishers have been reporting massive surges in traffic tied to coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, industry sources say ad agencies are often blocking their programmatic ads from appearing next to any stories about the virus. Ad revenue was down 33 percent for digital publishers and 39 percent for legacy publishers, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau, and at least part of the problem is advertisers wanting to avoid all content tied to the global...
searchenginejournal | February 10, 2020
Microsoft Advertising is bringing new functionalities to shopping campaigns which are designed to help advertisers save time and gain more insight into account performance. Here’s more information on each of the new features, which are all guided by advertiser feedback. Previously, product groups were arranged in a hierarchy view, which only let advertisers view product groups that belong to a specific ad group. With the new list view, advertisers can view all product groups across an enti...
SKIPPY | June 22, 2020
There are as many versions of "happy places" as there are people who have them, but if you're a peanut butter lover, only one escape will do: Go To Your SKIPPY® Place™.That's the premise of the new ad campaign launched today by the makers of SKIPPY® peanut butter. The national campaign was created to remind people that no matter what else is going on, you deserve to give yourself an occasional timeout and a peanut butter snack."More than ever, we ...
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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