OnlineVideo.net covers the world of online video advertising, but when we look back at the stories that appealed to our readers the most this year, one company keeps coming up. Facebook stars in 3 of the year’s top 10 stories.
Considering that Facebook’s walled garden controls a lot of the online video advertising world, and that the company made some huge privacy blunders this year, it’s no wonder it was on everyone’s mind. Other top articles looked at addressable advertising, blockchain, and influencer marketing, all hot topics that we’ll hear more about in the year ahead.
Our biggest Q&A examined RhythmOne’s acquisition of YuMe, while Super Bowl ads show an enduring appeal. Readers also read up on the state of the European video advertising market.
Thanks to you, dear readers, for making OnlineVideo.net a regular stop this year. It’s because of you that this is the foremost news site for online video marketing. We’ll do our best to bring you the hot topics for 2019 and beyond.
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