All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘sponsored content’

Should The Government Regulate Paid Content?

Online advertising has changed. It used to be that Web sites would have a few banner ads or side bar ads to bring in revenue. Then consumers started to use adblockers and other methods to ignore these ads. That’s when sites turned to native advertising, and it’s caught the FTC’s attention. The Federal Trade Commission announced on Monday that it …

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LinkedIn Sponsored Updates Now Available To All Advertisers

LinkedIn just announced that sponsored updates are now available to all advertisers. The feature was announced last week, after testing for about six months. The company initially rolled it out to a select number of companies. Now they’re available via self-serve. LinkedIn’s Gyanda Sachdeva says in a blog post: Today we’re excited to announce that Sponsored Updates are now available …

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LinkedIn Launches Sponsored Updates in Your Feed

LinkedIn is finally following the path of other social sites like Facebook and Twitter as the professional network has just launched Sponsored Updates for your activity feed. LinkedIn has been testing Sponsored Updates for about six months nows, but today they’re finally pulling back the veil on the new advertising venture. “We know that getting relevant information at the right …

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