Apple's privacy features in Safari are shaking up the advertising market

imore | December 09, 2019

Two years ago, Apple unveiled Intelligent Tracking Prevention for Safari which aimed to protect users of the browsers from unwanted tracking. It was yet another in a long-running move towards more privacy on behalf of the company for its customers, and this technology, in particular, seems to be having a major impact on the advertising industry. In a report by The Information, executives within the online publishing industry have said that the technology has been "stunningly effective" at preventing companies from identifying users' behavior across the web. One executive says that it has led to a devaluing of Safari users. On the other hand, it has also created somewhat of a discount market for those who want to save on advertising, as long as buyers are okay with the data being less precise. The Information reports that the cost of reaching a Safari user has dropped as much as 60% while Chrome users continue to get more expensive.

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For direct response advertisers driving real revenue growth through Facebook and Instagram, the power of video ads is clear. Digital video ad spend is expected to top 30.3 billion worldwide by 2018. And it’s just the beginning.Nanigans teamed up with Facebook for this webinar on strategies and creative best practices for running video ad campaigns on Facebook and Instagram.

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For direct response advertisers driving real revenue growth through Facebook and Instagram, the power of video ads is clear. Digital video ad spend is expected to top 30.3 billion worldwide by 2018. And it’s just the beginning.Nanigans teamed up with Facebook for this webinar on strategies and creative best practices for running video ad campaigns on Facebook and Instagram.

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Plymouth Rock Launches The Bostonians Ad Campaign

Plymouth Rock | July 20, 2022

Plymouth Rock Assurance today announced the official launch of its latest multi-channel ad campaign titled, “The Bostonians.” Assembling a cast of characters from across the Boston sports world, the new creative positions Plymouth Rock as the go-to insurance provider for Boston sports fans. “Plymouth Rock was founded with the idea to offer more than just insurance to our policyholders,” said Ethan Tarby, Chief Marketing Officer, Plymouth Rock Assurance Corporation. “Plymouth Rock was founded with the idea to offer more than just insurance to our policyholders,” said Ethan Tarby, Chief Marketing Officer, Plymouth Rock Assurance Corporation. “Today that includes a number of innovative product offerings, including our sports programs, which provide insurance benefits and unique access to our favorite sports teams. We think ‘The Bostonians’ campaign is a fun way to bring together the sports and insurance worlds – hopefully with a few laughs along the way.” “The Bostonians” campaign was created in partnership with Plymouth Rock’s lead creative agency, HeyLetsGo. Ads feature a fun cast of characters living together under one roof, all with two things in common — a relentless love for the Patriots, Red Sox and Bruins and an appreciation for Plymouth Rock insurance and their unique fan perks. This big, happy Boston sports family includes mascots Wally, Pat Patriot and Blades, Bruins announcer Jack Edwards, the Red Sox groundskeeper, the Bruins ice cleaner, a Patriots end zone Militia Man, a Patriots cheerleader, the beloved sister from Lawrence and their nosy next-door neighbor. The new work features seven 30-second spots styled after 80s and 90s sitcoms and even includes its own theme song. Ads will air across cable, digital and social channels. Videos can be viewed on plymouthrock.com/TheBostonians and on Plymouth Rock’s YouTube channel. “Our goal for this campaign was to show how Plymouth Rock offers insurance solutions that are tailor-made for Boston sports fans,” said Tim Cawley, Chief Creative Officer at HeyLetsGo. “We want ‘The Bostonians’ to be more than just ads about Plymouth Rock’s great sports perks.” To learn more about Plymouth Rock auto and home insurance and its special perks for Boston sports fans, reach out to your local insurance agent or visit plymouthrock.com. About Plymouth Rock Plymouth Rock was established to offer its customers a higher level of service and a more innovative set of products and features than they would expect from an insurance company. Plymouth Rock’s innovative approach puts customers’ convenience and satisfaction first, giving them the choice to do business the way they want – online, using a mobile device, by phone or with one of Plymouth Rock’s agents. Plymouth Rock Assurance® and Plymouth Rock® are brand names and service marks used by separate underwriting, managed insurance, and management companies that offer property and casualty insurance in multiple states. Taken together, the companies write and manage more than $1.6 billion in auto and home insurance premiums across Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Each underwriting and managed insurance company is a separate legal entity that is financially responsible only for its own insurance products. You can learn more about us by visiting plymouthrock.com.

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Dan Peres Is Ad Age’s New President

Ad Age | June 14, 2022

Ad Age’s editor-in-chief Dan Peres has been named the president of Ad Age. Peres joined Ad Age in July 2020 as the editor-in-chief and has climbed the ranks swiftly since then. He was also named associate publisher in October 2021 and handled editorial operations, sales, marketing and events. His new role as the president will include strategic growth planning for Ad Age. Ad Age has become a digital-first news organization, and its audience base has grown exponentially. In addition, the revenue has reached its highest point in over a decade under Peres’ leadership. “Under Dan’s leadership, Ad Age has seen remarkable growth in both the audience segment of the business and overall revenue,” said KC Crain, president and CEO of Crain Communications, parent company of Ad Age. “Under Dan’s leadership, Ad Age has seen remarkable growth in both the audience segment of the business and overall revenue,” said KC Crain, president and CEO of Crain Communications, parent company of Ad Age. “Dan has been successful in his ongoing vision for the brand, constantly working with his team to innovate while continuing to deliver top-tier journalism essential to the marketing industry.” “I look forward to working closely with Jeanine Poggi, our editor, and James Palma, our head of sales, along with the rest of the amazing team at Ad Age, to grow this iconic brand,” Peres said. “I am incredibly lucky—and proud—to be working with such a talented group of journalists, sales people, designers and event planners to keep Ad Age evolving as quickly as the industry it covers.”

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Google’s ‘Real Tone’ Super Bowl Ad Wins Big at Cannes

Google | June 23, 2022

Google received top honors for correcting historical wrongs by fixing camera technology on mobiles in its ‘Real Tone’ commercial that featured in the Super Bowl this year. It took home the top prize in the Mobile Lions category. The jury perused through a number of contenders, and one of the main criteria was how the ad campaigns held up to the mobile category. “When we got to the Grand Prix, practically everyone raised their arms for this idea,” said Hugo Veiga, global chief creative officer at AKQA, who led the jury for the mobile category. “When we got to the Grand Prix, practically everyone raised their arms for this idea,” said Hugo Veiga, global chief creative officer at AKQA, who led the jury for the mobile category. “What is in this idea, specific idea,” he said. “What is the mobile part of it that really expands the experience.” “This was an idea that simply portrays reality,” Veiga added, “and what a huge step that is.” Other Gold Lion winners were: Supermax Online’s “The Eye Tracker” by De La Cruz Ogilvy, Guaynabo, and Burger King’s “Burger Glitch” by David Sao Paulo. The jury considered how mobile technology is transforming everything from photography to banking and also the most high-tech augmented reality applications in mobile. Google bagged the award for its simplicity and for correcting a historical wrong. “Real children could not see themselves in the picture,” Veiga said, about how mobile cameras had not been designed initially for inclusivity. Now it “allows people to see themselves as they truly are,” Veiga said.

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