This has been a big week in digital, as many industry giants had their NewFronts in New York. Still, Pinterest and Instagram have newsworthy items of their own.
It's all about content for AOL, per the media giant's NewFront event. But AOL is focused on distribution, formats and data, rather than just the content itself.
This week in digital has seen some exciting events, in addition to a new IAB tool and Wall Street analysts picking their horse in the race to acquire Yahoo.
In theory, having no DMARC record should have no impact on deliverability, but not everyone got that memo.
This week featured a lot of video offerings, in addition to Microsoft reintroducing Tay after her disastrous debut and Google giving AdWords its first makeover.
For beginners, buying ads can be a confusing labyrinth of jargon and acronyms. To help you make sense of them, we've compiled this (we hope) helpful glossary.
This month sees executives switching social platforms, and significant appointments at AOL and the IAB. One CEO also plans to leave one of the world's top agencies for one of its top universities.
As the world becomes more smartphone-centric, failing to master mobile marketing is no longer an option. Here are some of the best and worst ad formats.
News of the week features YouTube’s two Super Bowl advertising programs, Facebook’s new features, AOL’s identity crisis and ClickZ’s first intelligence report.
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