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It’s been over a year since Twitter started testing carousel ads to support multiple app install ads on the platform. But now it seems like the company's experimenting with a carousels ads format that incorporates normal tweets from users. Unlike Google’s, Facebook's and Instagram's carousel ad format, Twitter's new carousel ad format comprises of an array of tweets that include…

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Managing multiple ad accounts at the same time on Bing's platform will become a lot easier for businesses as Bing comes out with the latest version of Bing Ads Editor. The newest Bing Ads Editor, version 11.0 has reportedly been launched with many additions that include support for multi-account management system along with visual redesign support and many other never…

tweets

Last month, Twitter surprised everyone by re-categorizing itself from a social networking entity to a news App on iOS platform. Surprised! Don't be. This month more surprises await the users as Twitter's planning to serve them ads even when they are logged-out. With brands happy to pay similar amount of money for generating ad clicks from both logged-in and logged-out…

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Google recently expanded its AdWords space by sporting longer text ad format. The newly expanded Google AdWords Text Ad was first spotted by Ginny Marvin of Search Engine Land. In its latest endeavor, Google's testing an expanded Google AdWords Text Ad that features two lines containing the description, which now accommodates 80 characters; giving users 47% more free space. Here's…

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Based on the survey conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, IAB's Internet Advertising arm recently released a comprehensive 2015 digital-ad-revenue report for the US market. Going by the year over year analysis, the online ad spend in 2015, which grew over 20% compared to that of 2014, was worth approximately $60 billion. Here's the 2015 breakdown by ad category: The paid search volume…

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In the last couple of years, Google's search capabilities came under the scanner because of some new and existing search players such as DuckDuckGo, Yahoo and Bing network. Despite facing some stiff competition, Google searches still rule the roost when it comes to attracting large mobile search traffic. Search and Digital Marketing Agency Merkle’s First Quarter Digital Marketing, 2016 report…

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In its effort to make the system more transparent, EU (European Union) has asked the number one search engine, Google and the number two search engine, Bing to have a clear cut policy, when displaying advertising content in their SERPs. Caught on the wrong foot, Google as per its monogamous approach, made it clear that it is averse to the…

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