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Topic: Mobile advertising

6 Mobile Apps Hillary and Trump Should Use to Win Over Young Voters

Even Pokemon Go could earn them some support

The 2016 presidential election is drastically different from previous races when it comes to courting young voters, primarily because of the many popular mobile apps out today that didn't exist…

Google's Ad Revenue Hits $19 Billion, Even as Mobile Continues to Pose Challenges

Up 19 percent since last year

Google is still the primary moneymaker for parent company Alphabet. During the second quarter of 2016, Alphabet's revenue hit $21.5 billion, a 21 percent year-over-year increase. Of that revenue, $19.1 billion…

This Yogurt Brand Found a Clever Workaround to Get in Front of Pokemon Go Players

Stonyfield targets Pokestops

Less than a month since the app launched, Pokemon Go fervor is still high and brands including Zipcar and McDonald's are getting in on the craze. But the game doesn't…

Why This Group of Brands Should Pay Attention to McDonald's Roll Out of Pokemon Go Ads

Foot traffic shows opportunities

Pokemon Go's first sponsored locations reportedly went live today in Japan, offering retailers the chance to create "gyms," which let players battle or train characters in the mobile game. According to…

Chinese Consortium's $1.2 Billion Deal to Buy Opera's Ad Business Falls Through

Privacy concerns around app maker were sticking point

A purposed acquisition from three Chinese internet firms to buy mobile giant Opera for $1.2 billion has fallen through. In February, the trio of firms—Qihoo 360, Kunlun and Golden Brick Silk…

Why Retail-Minded Marketers Are Intrigued by Pokemon Go's Forthcoming Ads

Cost-per-visit model practically guarantees store visits

Google Adwords, the digital giant's paid search offering, has long been a go-to platform for ecommerce players looking to increase sales. More recently, it has represented a lucrative source for direct-marketing…

8 Data Points That Marketers Need to Know About China's Biggest Mobile Player

A peek under the hood of WeChat owner Tencent

Tencent, which owns the huge Chinese messaging apps WeChat and QQ, has a mountain of mobile data that brands are just starting to get a glimpse of. Considering the Chinese…

9 Data Points That Show How Marketers Are Using Snapchat

Study sheds light on emerging platform

New York-based L2 researches emerging social platforms, and we asked the company to pull numbers for our June 13 cover story about Snapchat. Due to its extensive study, we weren't able to include…

Instagram Ads Now Include Mobile Banners

Direct-response tool rolls out internationally

Slowly but surely, Instagram is turning into a direct-response platform for brands, and now calls-to-action look a little bit more like banner ads than highly styled and edited posts. The Facebook-owned…

How AOL Used Snapchat as a Recruitment Tool for Millennial Women

Increased application interest by 18 percent

Last November, AOL was looking for a new way to promote diversity and talent while also getting more millennial women to apply for jobs. Twitter and Instagram seemed like natural…

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