In a bid to attract more brands and advertisers to its platform Twitter has launched ArtHouse - a new content studio helping marketers to create ‘Twitter-first’ content. At the same time, Pinterest is also wooing the advertising community by introducing new suite of video advertising services to give brands new abilities to feature and track videos
Google unveiled a new suite of advertising products at the annual Google Marketing live conference in San Francisco this week. Announcements include a new set of visual ad formats for retailers on Gmail, Google Images, YouTube App, Google Assistant and more.
Facebook has introduced a new brand safety update and a new set of ‘inventory filter’ controls for advertising that appears within placements outside the social newsfeed across Instant Articles, Audience Network and Facebook instream video.
This week, Apple presented its Spring “Apple Event”. While previous “Events” have historically focused on product releases/updates in the Fall/Autumn, Apple took a cue from the traditional broadcast market to showcase its announcements in content development, subscription services and Apple Payprior to the upfront season.
Instagram has released a Branded Content ad format, designed for influencer activity and providing advertisers with additional functionality and visibility over reporting metrics. Previously only available to select partners, the product is now available to all advertisers.
Facebook has started to test ads in its search results and marketplace again. In 2012 the social giant offered ‘sponsored results’ in search but shut down the service in 2013. After a 5 years hiatus Facebook has decided to run another test to compete directly with Google Ads by relaunching its search advertising.
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