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Programmatic Ad Buying Declines 12% in Q1 of 2017 vs. Q1 2016

In Q1 2017, the number of programmatic advertisers dropped substantially, falling 12% year-over-year, according to MediaRadar latest results of its “2016 Consumer Advertising Report”.The number of print ad pages decreased 8% year-over-year to 107,698 pages while native ad buyers stood the biggest growth in buyers for any ad format.


Facebook Earnings Q1 2015: US$3.54 bn Revenue, Mobile Ad Sales Key

 What: Facebook, the world’s No. 1 social network, just reported its first quarter earnings  with revenue of US$3.54 billion on non-GAAP earnings per share (EPS) of $0.42, missing analyst expectations of US$3.56 billion in revenue but beat expectations of US$0.40 EPS. Why it matters: Facebook’s financial performance on mobile was very strong. Actually, Mobile ad sales were key to […]


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Verizon to Launch AdFellows Program to Promote Diversity in the Marketing Industry

Verizon to Launch AdFellows Program to Promote Diversity in the Marketing Industry

Verizon has launched  AdFellows program, a paid fellowship that will give diverse young marketers internships at companies & agencies.20 diverse young marketers will have the chance to work within Verizon & its partner agencies (McCann Worldwide, Momentum, Rauxa, Weber Shandwick, and ZenithOptimedia) over the course of eight months


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6 Things We Learned During #Portada17

6 Things We Learned During #Portada17

After an exciting day in New York, during The Sports Marketing Forum, with top speakers presenting insights and best practices on how to use sports and soccer content to connect to the rapidly growing multicultural demographic in the United States, this is what we learned: