Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

 

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) […]

 

Live Local TV News: Twitter’s Counterpunch to Fake News

To counter the tweetstorm around the Parkland shooting, Twitter ran a concurrent local TV news feed to show what was really happening. What can we learn?

 

When Standing by Brand Values Means . . . Sean Hannity and K-Cups?

Brand values have never been more central to a consumer than they are now, and brands have been among the first to be expected to react to recent scandals.

 

Brand Integrity in the Wake of Charlottesville: How to Respond?

Brand integrity is a growing concern in light of current events like the tragedy in Charlottesville, Virginia. So, how can brands effectively respond?

 

A Brand Blacklist Isn’t Always a Black-and-White Issue

How will brands deal with ad safety issues as TV ad buying becomes automated? Is a blacklist the right solution?

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