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Launched way back in 2013, San Francisco based company mNectar is streaming short playable apps as ads so that the online searchers could preview the app before installing it on their Android or iOS devices. Moving beyond Google's interactive streaming ads protocol, the company will now allow users to preview native or hybrid apps. Mainly meant for gaming apps, it…

Following the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Google’s advertising network, LinkedIn - the premium social business network is exploring its advertising potential by allowing advertisers to serve ads on its platform using their information on targeted businesses. The inclusion of this new feature enables businesses to upload information about the companies they're doing business with or would prefer to work…

In an effort to improve the Native Advertising Experience on its mobile-based platform, Facebook recently launched Canvas, an immersive ad player for its mobile interface. Facebook's Canvas can be described as an alliance between multiple brands and agencies that enables users to promote their brand story on a broad advertising platform aka a Canvas; that's how the name was derived.…

Launched back in 2011, the ever-growing advertising network of Snapchat is giving a lot of top ranked social networking giants like Facebook and Twitter a good run for their money. According to  recent Ad Age report, Snapchat's 16 months old ad business is looking at replicating Facebook's success, both in terms of popularity and market share value. In the ever-so…

Emotions speak louder than words!! Well, no one can deny the fact that emotions are one of the most powerful forms of communication. This is the reason why emojis have now found a place in almost all business marketing communications. And just when it seemed like they had made it to Google PLAs (Product Listing Ads), Google took a U-turn…

Popularly known for its premium business networking services, LinkedIn has decided to shut down its recently launched ad network program in order to focus more on expanding its Sponsored Content Business. Following the likes of Google, Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn had launched its ad networking program last February to target users outside its own community, by using its own data.…

  We are all victims of being randomly bombarded with various forms of ad communications, whether it's outdoor or indoor or the online advertisements. Many of these advertisements aren't that cutout and, therefore, doesn't seem to make the desired impact on its targeting audience as such.

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