Pinterest Is Now Offering App-Install Ads to All Marketers. Will It See Sales Growth Like Facebook and Google?

Ibotta is already doubling its spend on the platform.

Inside an Anonymous Marketing Group’s Efforts to Take Down Breitbart One Ad at a Time

Sleeping Giants aims to curb the network's influence in an effort by ad industry veterans.

Amid an Advertiser Exodus, Even YouTube’s Own Ads Are Running on Vile Content

For the embattled network, it's an embarrassing sign of the problem's breadth.

Twitter Is Gathering User Feedback About a Possible Subscription Model

A subscription-based TweetDeck could help Twitter gain more revenue and user interest.

Chase Will Go Big With Its First Facebook Live, Featuring Eric Clapton Performing on Stage

Clapton will perform four songs, two on Saturday night and two on Sunday night, exclusively broadcast on Chase’s Facebook page.

As YouTube Faces Criticism Over Ad Placement, TV Networks Vow Not to Repeat Its Mistakes

As TV networks increase their programmatic inventory, they say they're being careful to learn from Google's mistakes.

Facebook’s Head of Advertising Says Purpose-Driven Marketing Won’t Slow Down

Facebook's vp of advertising said he hopes more brands will take to purpose-driven storytelling.

Ryan Gosling Says Social Media Is Still in Its ‘Bambi on Ice’ Phase

Ryan Gosling think people haven't fully untapped the social power of social media yet.

Vice Will Distribute Short-Form Scripted Content Across Digital Channels From blackpills Studio

Look for original series from short-form digital media studio blackpills on Vice properties.

Facebook Is Finally Offering Header Bidding to Publishers on a Broader Scale

The social network is partnering with several ad-tech companies and opening the Facebook Audience Network to mobile web publishers.