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Facebook And IBM Are Working Together On Personalized Ads

Facebook and IBM have teamed up on marketing solutions with IBM’s marketing cloud clients now being able to utilize Facebook’s ad capabilities starting today. This includes Custom Audiences, which can be used in conjunction with IBM’s analytics and design features. IBM has a new feature called Journey Designer, which brands can use to create personalized customer experiences and then use …

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Google Shows Off New AdWords Formats, Tools

Google made a bunch of AdWords announcements at an AdWords event on Tuesday. The event, which was streamed live on the Internet is available to watch in its entirety here: “Consumers, particularly on mobile devices, now have higher expectations than ever before – they want everything right, and they want everything right away,” says Jerry Dischler, Vice President, Product Management …

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Here’s How To Measure Mobile Ad Viewability

The Media Rating Council (MRC) just issued its interim guidance for the digital marketing and advertising industry on how to proceed with measuring and transacting around mobile viewability. This applies to the “Opportunity to See” an ad in a mobile web browser or a mobile app. As you may know, the MRC works with other industry organizations (ANA, IAB and …

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Yelp Talks About Its Efforts In Ad Sales

Yelp released its Q1 earnings report on Wednesday, disappointing investors and sending its share price downward. The company did emphasize its rapid mobile growth. Another big focus of the company’s earnings call was on its salesforce. On its previous earnings call, Yelp had talked about beefing up its sales staff, saying it planned to increase sales headcount by 40% this …

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Twitter Acquires TellApart, Partners With DoubleClick

Twitter announced that it has agreed to acquire marketing technology company TellApart and partnered with Google’s DoubleClick to strengthen its cross-device measurement capabilities. TellApart provides retail and e-commerce advertisers with cross-device retargeting features for dynamic product ads, and Twitter sees the acquisition as a way to help advertisers reach its users wherever they are on desktop or mobile. Twitter says …

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Facebook Adds Video To Desktop App Ads

Facebook announced that it is adding video functionality to its desktop app ads so advertisers can encourage people to install and play Facebook desktop games. According to the company, over 130,000 new Facebook-connected games launched last year alone. “We strive to ensure that developers and marketers alike have the best tools to build, grow, and monetize their games,” says Facebook’s …

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Digital Video Ad Budgets Increase, Facebook Best For Short-Term Reach

A new study from Advertiser Perceptions and the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) found that 68% of marketers and agency execs expect their digital video ad budgets to increase over the course of the next year. The study was conducted based on a survey of 305 buy-side professionals, who largely expect that greater investment in digital video will come from overall …

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Google’s Search Ad Revenue Growth Is Getting Uglier

It doesn’t look like things are improving for Google’s core search advertising business. There have been major concerns about it for a while now, and while Google’s latest earnings report doesn’t look too shabby on the surface, its growth rate is on a steady downward trajectory. BI Intelligence released this chart illustrating the decline in year-over-year growth over the course …

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Facebook Talks ‘Anthology’ And Other Video Efforts

Facebook just announced the launch of Anthology, a new marketing program that gives brands access to a group of well-known video publishers to improve the quality of video ads. This group of publishers includes Vice Media, Vox Media, The Onion, Funny or Die, Electus Digital, Oh My Disney, and Tastemade. “As video consumption continues to grow on Facebook, it is …

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Spotify Lets Brands Tailor Ads Based on Your Mood with New Playlist Targeting

Spotify’s ad offerings for brands have included audience targeting for some time – based on age, gender, location, platform, and genre preferences. Now, Spotify’s turning to playlists to unlock users’ current moods, so advertisers can know if users are in chill mode or turn-up mode. The company has just announced playlist targeting for brands, set to kick off May 1. …

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Facebook CTRs Up A Whopping 260% Year-Over-Year [Report]

Click-through rates for Facebook ads have gotten tremendously better over the past year if findings in a new report are any indication. This comes as advertisers adopt different types of ads and become less reliant on organic post reach, which has declined significantly for many of them. Nanigans released its Global Facebook Advertising Benchmark Report for Q1, which it says …

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