To get you ready for Sunday’s big game, here is a comprehensive list of everything we know about what this year’s ads will entail. From full-length ads to teasers, we’ve got it all for you right here!
By purchasing YouTube in 2007, Google established a leg up in video advertising. Lately, Facebook has made moves to regain its video ad competitiveness.
Many marketers believe that Power Editor is the superior tool for ad creation. But Facebook is clearly making an effort to even the playing field between it and Facebook Ads Manager. With all of the recent improvements to both platforms, I think it’s clear that they’re both pretty out of this world.
Once you’ve decided that social media advertising fits into your budget and strategy, it’s important to make sure that you adhere to each network’s policy.
Holiday advertising is a great chance for brands to connect, but it needs careful handling of tone and story. Here are the brands that did it best in 2015.
After sifting through the archives of advertisements and marketing campaigns, here are five of the most enduring holiday campaigns to date.
Facebook is giving businesses a wider range of advertising options – here’s an overview of the changes.
Apple’s iOS 9 is giving users the ability to block ads, forcing marketers to find new ways to get their brand’s message across.
Mobile app management is becoming a vital functionality for social media platforms, here’s how Facebook and Twitter have made it happen.
As a follow-up to our first 2015 Cannes Lions Festival post, here is an end-of-week roundup examining several important takeaways from the festival where marketers and advertisers converged to discuss new trends.
The Cannes Lions festival is a place for marketers and new media advertisers to converge and discuss industry trends. Here are some noteworthy takeaways.
Online dating companies like Tinder are increasing their efforts to sell ad space. These are strategies for both them and the brands they are selling to.