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Topic: Google

Google Program Lets Readers Pay a Buck a Month to Block Ads

Test partners include The Onion, Imgur and Mashable

Web publishers for 15 years have struggled with getting readers to pay for content they are accustomed to acquiring for free. Pay walls have been built and dismantled, print-and-digital packages…

What Every Tech-Savvy Marketer Should Know About the Future of Programmatic Advertising

Brands prefer the private marketplace

Premium programmatic is a hot concept, and it's catching on. The ad industry's top brands are embracing more automation for digital campaigns—Cadillac, Tory Burch, CBS—and publishers are too. Instead of open…

This Insanely Large Billboard Will Light Up an Entire Block of Times Square Starting Tonight

Google is first to rent the 'jaw-dropping' space

An enormous eight-story digital billboard will light up Times Square Tuesday night, and Google will be the first company to run an ad campaign on it later this month. The billboard,…

Google’s Private Markets Give Brands More Reason to Buy Into Digital Ad Technology

Exclusive exchanges reshaping programmatic

Google's Neal Mohan says he wants technology to disappear. Now, that could sound odd coming from the search company’s ad tech chief, but he has a point, and it’s one…

Check Out Paper's Staggering Traffic From Its #BreakTheInternet Kim Kardashian Cover

Along with 9 other big marketing stats from the week

Here are this week's 10 most compelling data points from the digital marketing space, including one whopper stat that reveals what a success #BreakTheInternet was for Paper Magazine as well…

Nest Isn't Just Smart and Sleek, But Funny Too, in First TV Ads

Device spots debut in time for holiday shopping

The connected-home company, Nest, is about to air its first TV commercials, a series of four humorous spots that show off the company's smart thermostats, smoke alarms, Web cameras, etc.…

UPDATE: Google's DoubleClick Outage Affected 55,185 Websites

#Bannergate cost publishers and ad networks

UPDATE: This morning's crash of Google's DoubleClick ad server took down ads for more than 55,185 websites, equivalent to 315 ad network outages, according to data from online monitoring firm…

How This Agency Cleverly Stopped People From Googling Their Medical Symptoms

The right ads at the right time

If you're like me, you type your symptoms into Google every time you get the sniffles or feel the slightest bit under the weather. Well, that plan is ill-advised. It…

Here Are Forbes' 50 Most Influential CMOs of 2014

Study says males are 22% more influential than female peers

Male chief marketing officers on Forbes' third annual Appinions CMO Influence Study, which was released today, are 22 percent more influential than their female peers. Although women make up 32 percent…

Amazon Wants to Enter Your Homes and Hearts With This Super-Cheesy Infomercial

Its new Echo gadget is part of the family

"Alexa, do we really need a voice-activated speaker that listens for our every command?"  Amazon is trying to earn a spot on our bookshelves, countertops and coffee tables with Echo, a…

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