The social network for places is getting serious about making money by letting any of its locations pay to promote their businesses.
Social.com can manage social ad campaigns on Facebook and Twitter using real-time customer and social conversation data.
If it works as planned, the new program will let Twitter tap into a huge roster of new advertisers.
Twitter is testing a streamlined way for small and medium-sized firms to place ads on the microblogging service.
Company confirms pilot program that lets third-party sites sign up themselves for contextual ads from Microsoft. No word on when it'll be ready for a wide-scale launch.
With 500 unique categories, such as cereal buyers and frozen food buyers, the social network creates more ways for advertisers and agencies to specifically target users' online buying habits.
The search giant is expanding a self-service program to let a wide network of Web sites small and large host its search term-targeted advertisements.
The check-in social network launches self-serve ads, which let small businesses around the world pay to rank their profiles higher in user search results.
The professional networking site is now letting advertisers opt to use video ads to catch the attention of the site's 175 million users.
The microblogging site rolls out its advertising expansion to mobile. Now users will see trend, tweet, and account ads on their Twitter mobile app timelines.