Last week, PageFair released its 2017 Adblock Report, and the news was not good for publishers and advertisers.
Yesterday, Amazon disappointed Wall Street when it reported its fourth-quarter earnings for 2016. But buried within its earnings report was data suggesting that Amazon's efforts to become a larger player in the digital advertising world are gaining steam.
Google is giving advertisers new ways to target users on YouTube.
As it prepares for a 2017 IPO that could be the largest in the social media space since Facebook went public in 2012, all eyes are on Snapchat.
Facebook isn't just the world's largest social network. In the past two years, it has also become one of the world's most popular online destinations for consuming video content.
In 2015, Verizon purchased AOL for $4.4 billion. Now, the mega wireless carrier is leveraging its wireless network as part of a new ad offering called BrandBuilder by AOL.
Easily spotted on the mobile web: holiday ad next to plane crash story; Muslim dating ad next to KKK story; beauty ad next to domestic violence story; car ad next to emissions scandal story.
Brand advertisers and their agencies only want to pay for mobile ads that are seen by a person.
US Advertisers are spending US $2.6 billion on mobile ads each month, $0.4 billion in the UK, they understandably want to know that their ads are seen by real people
Publishers are rushing head on into header bidding - the popular new technique sweeping ad tech by storm.