Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

 

Regulation of Online Political Ads vs. TV Ads

Unlike TV ads, online political ads are still very much the Wild West, with little regulation that can’t be easily circumvented.

 

Twitter No Longer Takes Political Ads. Are You Ready to Capture That Ad Budget?

On Wednesday October 30, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted: “We’ve made the decision to stop all political advertising on Twitter globally.” The rest of his series of tweets follows here. That announcement made the Monday, October 28, Advanced Advertising conference at NYC TV week, the “Voting for Advanced Advertising” panel (moderated by CNN’s Zain Asher) […]

 

The Creepier Side of Facial Recognition Technology

Halloween may be upon us, but scary monsters aside, there are plenty of other ways big tech and big data should have you a little freaked out. In the 2002 sci-fi movie “Minority Report” everyday citizens voluntarily submit to creepy, crawling robots who administer retina scans, as they walk through city streets, prepare dinner at […]

 

How Ghost Ads Can Help Prove the Incremental Revenue of Campaign Spend

Are my advertising messages working? Learn how marketers are using ghost ads to determine incrementality and attribution across social media.

 

The Evolving Agency, The Duopoly (Triopoly with Amazon) and the 4A’s 2020

At the 4A’s 2019 Decisions 20/20 show that I attended recently, Nick Brien, CEO of Dentsu Aegis, North America outlined the hard truths facing the agency business and the strengths of the duopoly (Google and Facebook). Despite the relatively gloomy prognostication and the agency CEO panel stating that the key problem was a failure to […]

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