Twitter’s becoming more brand-safe—or is it? As the platform downgrades duplicate content, Elon Musk says he’ll bring Trump back to the platform.
Consumers want control over their ad experiences: Google is taking steps toward greater personalization, but new data suggests that personalization experiences don’t always yield better results for advertisers.
Advertisers and platforms identify Hispanic media as a growth opportunity: TelevisaUnivision, NBCUniversal, and Canela are among the players looking to strengthen their relationships with this demographic group.
TikTok’s makes a play for more ad dollars: Its Foursquare Attribution partnership could help advertisers optimize how they drive traffic to brick-and-mortar locations.
US TikTok users will spend more time with the social media platform this year than YouTube users will spend on YouTube. This difference will be just about a fraction of a minute but will expand in years to come.
On today's episode, we discuss what to make of Meta's turnaround user growth and slowing ad sales. "In Other News," we talk about the most important thing to pay attention to when it comes to influencers this year and whether Reels is Facebook's future. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Jasmine Enberg.
Virtual product placements are about to become big business: Both Amazon and NBCUniversal touted new ad units during the NewFronts.
Two years in, Meta’s latest ecommerce effort fails to resonate: Retailers are frustrated by the lack of basic elements, such as the ability to display products in multiple colors.
TikTok’s becoming more sophisticated: By allowing advertisers to add first-party cookies to its pixel, the platform is courting performance marketing dollars.
Google targets sensitive advertising categories: The search and display giant is allowing consumers to see fewer ads on certain topics, but who decides what’s sensitive and what isn’t?
Podcasting finds favor with brand advertisers: US ad spending on podcasts is growing at double-digit rates and will pass $2 billion in 2023.
NBCU is searching for new standards in video advertising: The network is challenging competitors and bringing new solutions across the fragmented industry.
Meta juggles its Facebook present and metaverse future: The social network gains users, but recent losses could mean less money for metaverse R&D, giving VR platform competitors an opening.
AppTrackingTransparency isn’t the death knell some feared: Just under half of all users have consented to tracking, far above initial estimates.
Money is quickly pouring into TV measurement: iSpot, Nielsen, and more have been part of multimillion or billion-dollar deals as the space heats up.
Microsoft’s gaming ventures could help expand its ad business: Its subscription and cloud gaming service could become the basis of a new ad format.
Amazon’s ad business was significantly larger than YouTube’s in Q1: Yet slowing ecommerce sales and rising costs meant the retailer posted its first quarterly loss since 2015.
Consumers are growing frustrated with ineffective digital ads: A new survey shows that the ad industry’s lack of a proper targeting solution is alienating consumers.
Pandemic era growth is officially over at YouTube: While ad sales slowed considerably in the last quarter, its TikTok competitor, Shorts, saw massive growth in viewership.