How can smaller players compete against the 800-pound gorillas of Google and Facebook? By working together on their own walled garden solutions.
When promoting a game to mobile app users, nothing beats the effectiveness of video. A report finds video networks doing especially well in mobile app rankings.
YouTube is the undeniable leading video destination, but Amazon sees a weakness. By offering brand safety and detailed shopping metrics, it hopes to lure advertisers away.
Publishers have six months to clear all the poor ad experiences from their desktop and mobile sites, or risk having all their ads blocked for Chrome users.
Be afraid, video marketers. Auto-playing video are one of the most annoying, most loathed types of ads, and soon Google Chrome might block them by default.
Google and Facebook are still the dominant players in online advertising, but Facebook’s emphasis on video will lead to significant growth, advises eMarketer.
Two powerful players siphon off the majority of online ad spending. Are advertisers happy about that or are they looking for an alternative?