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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.
A new manifesto from an ad-blocking company Eyeo tries to build support for the idea that some ads are OK. That's good for its business, since big advertisers pay to get on its whitelist.
With the company's $900 million write-down on its Surface RT, could it be that part of the issue is that the Surface brand hasn't caught the public's imagination, despite the dancing ads? Or, perhaps, because of them?
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.
Yahoo is now looking toward what might have been seen as an unlikely source (before today) for online advertising: Google.
The Facebook-owned entity has hooked a really big fish in the advertising world.
Google blames death of its 5-year-old Google TV Ads platform on the booming popularity of mobile video.
People can still buy the genetic-testing startup's popular at-home testing kits, but they won't see any marketing for these products.