Tag Archives: Digital Advertising

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Why & How to Use Sponsored Posts by @alextachalova

Sponsored posts can be a good alternative to display ads. Learn how you can get the most out of them.

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Google to Begin Notifying Sites With “Annoying Ads” Issues by @MattGSouthern

As Google preps its Chrome ad blocker, the company says it will soon be notifying with "annoying ads."

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Google Ads Not Allowed on Sites with Pop-Under Pages by @MattGSouthern

Google has updated its AdSense ad policies, no longer permitting the use of such ads on pop-under pages.

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What Google’s Misrepresentative Content Means for AdSense Publishers by @admanjaybee

What is Google's misrepresentative content policy and how does it affect you? Google's John Brown sheds light on this policy.

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Do Google’s New AdSense Native Ads Violate Its Own Policies? by @MattGSouthern

Google has introduced a new type of AdSense ad unit called "Native ads," which may be violating its own policies.

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10 Insights on the First Dynamic Remarketing & Display Campaigns for Automotive Marketers by @ChandalN

Read the breakthrough interview with Dave Meindl, the world's first automotive marketer doing dynamic retargeting and display campaigns in the GDN!

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Google to Stop Using Information in Gmail to Target Personalized Ads by @MattGSouthern

Later this year, Google will stop using information in Gmail to target personalized ads.

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Google is Compressing Its Display Ads So Pages Load Faster by @MattGSouthern

Google has started compressing its display ads by up to 40% in an effort to improve page load times.

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Google Can Now Remove AdSense Ads From Single Pages by @MattGSouthern

Google has announced a couple of changes to its Adsense policies which will help ensure greater transparency.

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Google Says 300×250 Sized Ad Units Allowed Above the Fold by @MattGSouthern

Google has issued an AdSense policy change which involves the restriction on placing 300×250 sized ads above the fold. Effective immediately, Google has removed this restriction and is now allowing 300×250 sized ads to be placed above the fold. Google’s reasoning for this is because it believes 300×250 sized ads can be placed above the fold in a way that doesn’t hurt the user experience. ”After careful review, we’ve determined that when 300×250 ads are implemented above the fold in a user-friendly way, the ads do not annoy, distract, or result in ad performance issues.” The company reminds users, even […]

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