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Just a month after Facebook said it’d show less news in its news feed, news publishers are already feeling the brunt, multiple data sources show.
Failure to comply won't just mean potentially heavy fines
As we reported last month, Google is uniting all of its different payment tools under the Google Pay brand.
The company said that every $1 spent on Yelp ads resulted in a $110 offline return, based on aggregate transaction data.
For the more than 200 publishers attending Digiday’s Publishing Summit in Monte Carlo this week, the main issues that were front of mind were plain: how to diversify platform distribution in the wake of Facebook’s news-feed changes, what more can be done to fight ad fraud, and how the arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation will affect business.
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The funny thing about fake news is how mind-numbingly boring it can be.
Google has finally disclosed the new recrawl limits by revising the help document over the weekend.
While use of trademarked keywords has been allowed by courts, this case may be more complicated than it seems on the surface.
Top European publishers gathered in Monaco this week at the Digiday Publishing Summit Europe to discuss the latest trends in publishing.
Consumers across the globe are warming up to proximity mobile payments.
Facebook Inc. must stop tracking Belgian users’ surfing outside the social network and delete data it’s already gathered, or it will face fines of 250,000 ($312,000) euros a day, a Belgian court ruled.
The rule would bring traditional media disclosure requirements to digital ads.
Real-Time Config component enables integrations with other technology partners such as data management platforms and server-side header bidding without impacting speed.
EMarketer projected a drop of 2 million U.S. people under 25 in 2018
After making a deal with Getty Images, Google has revamped some of their image search features and user experience.
TechCrunch has learned of a potentially serious new bug affecting a wide range of Apple devices.
Chrome’s built-in ad blocker will go live tomorrow. It’s the first time Google will automatically block some ads in Chrome, but while quite a few online publishers are fretting about this move, as a regular user, you may not even notice it.
But roughly 40% are merely talking about doing something
Scary! (If you don’t work at Google or Facebook.)
Uber Technologies Inc. had a painful 2017, but the business managed to grow.
If Facebook wants to influence what shows up in its News Feed, it should pay publishers.
EU GDPR Sanity: Practical Advice for Effective Compliance
New, visually rich mobile content format is designed to generate more engagement from users.
It’s generally best to be cautious of industry hype
The digital transition has been going on now for over a decade and although we see it and live it every day we will not have made the transition to a fully digital life until the work flows and processes around new technology are modernized and adapted.
Snap is offering hundreds of dollars in free ad credits to advertisers who buy vertical video ads on Instagram.
Many players still don’t reveal their ties to one another
Alibaba has furthered its physical retail footprint after it invested another billion dollars into projects to develop its so-called “new retail” strategy which combines online and offline.
Apple is one of the biggest watchmakers in the world.
Marketers need to account for all touchpoints in the customer journey
The deal effectively ends Getty's European antitrust complaint against Google.
Publishers are looking increasingly to reader-revenue models, not just to secure a sustainable business model but also to reduce their dependency on the duopoly, according to a report from Axel Springer.
How can Facebook promote meaningful interaction between users? By letting them downvote inappropriate comments to hide them.
However, the OneBox and other search practices were cleared by the Committee.
When Snapchat rolled out Stories in 2014, it didn’t take long for Instagram and Facebook to copy the feature.
Much of the content creation and verification process is automated.
Google and Facebook are the biggest tech companies in terms of advertising and biggest traffic sources for publishers, but they still only account for less than 5 percent of publishers’ digital revenue, a new report from publisher trade group Digital Content Next shows.
Latency remains a burden to video advertising
Publishers who are looking to reduce reliance on Facebook since the social network announced plans to deprioritize news are giving LinkedIn a fresh look.
Twitter made $91 million in Q4.
Live events organizing has become a ripe area for innovation
One marketing tech sector is capitalizing on data regulation
Snapchat is starting to turn things around, boosting its sluggish user growth rate and beating Wall Street’s expectations for the first time with today’s blockbuster Q4 2017 earnings report.
SoftBank made waves when its gigantic Vision Fund hit a massive $93 billion first close of a targeted $100 billion total last year, but already it is clear why the firm is reportedly planning a sequel.
NEW YORK, Feb. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Yext, Inc. (NYSE: YEXT) announced an integration with the Mono Platform that drives automated website creation and easy, consistent Digital Knowledge Management for small businesses and their digital service providers worldwide.
Bitcoin and crypto aren’t the only things on the decline, sales of tablet devices once again dropped in 2017, according to new data.
Multi-perspective answers is another example of how Bing is using artificial intelligence to inform richer search results.
Axel Springer’s national daily newspaper Welt is ready to ramp up its video strategy, four years after acquiring TV news broadcaster N24 and integrating it into Welt’s print newsroom.
More than half of Facebook’s launch partners on Instant Articles appear to have abandoned the format, new Tow Center research suggests.
The team at SocialRank has spent the last few years building ways for brands and marketers to get a better sense of who’s following and engaging with them on social media.
Spatialand joins Walmart’s tech incubator, Store No. 8.
It’s no longer surprising when Amazon does something well.
They're demanding more changes, saying their problems have intensified rather than improved since June of 2017.
Bing and Yahoo saw search ad spend jump 32 percent over prior year in Q4 among Merkle's client base. Google spend growth slowed slightly from Q3.
Is there a point when investors will turn off the spigots for giant unicorn funding rounds?
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc on Thursday reported a profit near $2 billion, the largest in its history, as the online retailer drew millions of new customers to its Prime fast-shipping club for the holiday season and as changes to U.S. tax law added to its bottom line.
The iPhone X debut wasn’t enough to push iPhone sales to a new record.
Thierry Ondet, 47, ist neuer VP Enterprise Sales Central Europe bei Yext in Berlin, einem Anbieter für Digital Knowledge Management.
The Association of German Magazine Publishers (VDZ) found news websites expect their revenue from native and programmatic advertising, as well as digital subscription sales, to drop
Mcommerce accounts for 58.9% of digital sales
The two platforms are the most popular among consumers