Amazon Knows What You Buy. And It’s Building a Big Ad Bus…

Major online ad networks offer different ways to target customers. A brand that sells running shirts for women might turn to Google to find people who the company believes are female and interested in running based on their search and browsing history. The company may turn to Facebook for people in a women’s running group. […]

New Feature In Google Search Could Give Publishers More Ad …

Google Featured Snippets now can link to the exact content from a query to serve up from a search. It’s only available on content from mobile sites using Accelerated Mobile Pages, an open source initiative to promote faster load times. When the Featured Snippet links to an AMP article, Google will scroll the user down to […]

Xiaomi Mint Browser offers Ad free browsing experience to a…

With the Mint Browser, Xiaomi is looking to take on the likes of other existing browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, UCWeb, and Opera Mini. HIGHLIGHTS Xiaomi has now launched a new mobile browser for all the Android users out there called Mint Browser. The Mint Browser can be used by both Xiaomi Redmi and […]

1-800 Contacts Asks FTC To Stay Ruling Axing Ad Compacts

By Nadia Dreid Law360 (December 12, 2018, 8:29 PM EST) — Online retailer 1-800 Contacts Inc. has asked the Federal Trade Commission to stay part of its recent ruling knocking out more than a dozen of the lensmaker’s marketing agreements, saying the… To view the full article, register now. Algolia Reports Related Posts:What’s new with […]

SearchCap: Survey for agencies, Cortana app update, Bing Ad…

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Lawmakers propose bill on taxing Google, Amazon on ad, clou…

Global information and communication technology companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon may soon be required to pay value-added tax on a wider range of their earnings in South Korea, as lawmakers have introduced a new bill to bring changes on this end. Led by Rep. Park Sun-sook of the minor opposition Bareunmirae Party, a […]