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Google Lets You Measure Conversions That Start On Web, End In App (Or Vice Versa) For Display Campaigns

Google Lets You Measure Conversions That Start On Web, End In App (Or Vice Versa) For Display Campaigns

Google announced that advertisers can now take advantage of Estimated Total Conversions for measuring conversions that started on the web and finished in an app, or vice versa, for display campaigns. This will require the advertiser to set up conversion tracking on their Android and/or iOS app for in-app activities. The feature will work if the click and conversion happen …

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Google Adds Engagement Columns In Reporting For Lightbox Ads

Google Adds Engagement Columns In Reporting For Lightbox Ads

Google announced that it is adding three new columns to AdWords Display reporting later this month. It says these will give advertisers who use Lightbox ads an easier way to view engagements, engagement rate, and average CPE metrics. Google said in a note on the AdWords Google+ page: These new columns will help advertisers easily differentiate engagement metrics (when someone …

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Google Launches Estimated Cross-Device Conversions For Display Ads

Google said on Tuesday that it will start rolling out estimated cross-device conversions for display ads to all advertisers. Google launched estimated total conversions for search ads in AdWords a year ago. As Google’s Sridhar Ramaswamy said at the time, “Estimated Total Conversions will provide you with a holistic view of all of the conversions driven by your Google search …

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Google’s New Mobile Ad Formats, Flash-to-HTML5 Tools

Recognizing that display ads don’t always translate well from the desktop to mobile devices, Google announced on Monday that it will be launching several new mobile display formats and tools across the Google Display Network, the AdMob Network, and DoubleClick over the coming months. New formats include: mobile lightbox engagement ads, TrueView video ads for the AdMob network, an anchor …

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Report: Microsoft To Overtake Yahoo In Online Ads This Year

Microsoft will surpass Yahoo in digital ad market share this year, according to a new report from eMarketer. This comes as Yahoo just reported a disappointing quarter, with much of the disappointment coming specifically from its display advertising business. “Our top priority is revenue growth and by that measure, we are not satisfied with our Q2 results,” said CEO Marissa …

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Kantar Media Compares 2013 Ad Spend Growth Across Media, Looks At Top 10 Advertisers

Kantar Media has a new report out indicating that U.S. advertising expenditures increased 0.9% last year, driven mainly by large advertisers. Expenditures finished the year at $140.2 billion, with ad spending during Q4 up 1.6% year-over-year. Spending among the top ten advertisers reached $15,964.4 million, up 6.6% from the previous year with Pfizer putting in the highest growth rate. Check …

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New ‘+Post Ads’ Let Advertisers Reach Millions Of Sites With Google+ Posts

It was only a matter of time before Google+ got ads, and that time has now come. Google product manager Eran Arkin announced in a Google+ post that the company’s social layer is introducing something called “+Post Ads”. These are basically promoted posts, but rather than just appearing on Google+, they appear throughout the Google Display Network. For now, Google …

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Google Launches New Ad Creation Solution ‘Ready Creatives’

Google announced the launch of a new display ad creation solution called Ready Creatives, which is made up of two tools called Ready Image Ads and Ready Ad Gallery. With Ready Image Ads, advertisers can add their URLs, and it will automatically construct display ads based on the images from the website. The creative can then be customized by adjusting …

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Google Launches DoubleClick Ad Verification Tool

Google announced a new ad verification tool for agencies and marketers using DoubleClick, called DoubleClick Verification. The tool includes site content monitoring to help highlight potential issues with ads. It will analyze content at the URL level for each page that your ad is served upon. It uses 18 classifiers for “unsafe” content categories. Among these are: gambing, adult, drugs, …

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