When Robin Williams' sudden passing began circulating in social media early Monday evening, Burger King marketers quickly placed a call to Twitter headquarters to pull a
Twitter officially unveiled Promoted Video today as a beta product that could be a boon for its revenues when rolled out fully.
Facebook to marketers: Brands are trends, too. That’s the message from Facebook as it promotes its new trending topics feature to Madison Avenue.
Facebook’s auto-play video ads will certainly attract marketing niches that are already invested in online video—from entertainment (movies, particularly) to automotive to consumer-packaged goods to retail.
Twitter has opened its self-service ads platform to small businesses in United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada today, six months after debuting the same offer domestically.
Global brand marketers that want to zero in on what they can get out of Promoted Trends—which cost around $200,000 a day in the United States—might want to run a few tests in Latin America on the cheap.
Even though Twitter reps claim that consumer-packaged goods firms like Kraft and Unilever are already plenty active on their ads platform, a new agreement with Datalogix holds the promise that such noodle and soap sellers will have a better metrics-based premise to throw dollars at
Many brands—Capital One, Dove Men's Care, Nike and Buick, to name a few—were at the ready last weekend for March Madness, purchasing Promoted
Super Bowl XLVII might be 60-some hours into the books, but brands are still pushing their big-game-based initiatives via Twitter ads today.