ADOTAS – Dave Zinman is an ad industry veteran who invented the ad server and now serves as CEO of the text-based advertising company Infolinks. Adotas recently sat down with Dave to talk about the future of advertising and ways that brands and publishers can combat the growing concern...
ADOTAS -- Sales & marketing veteran Jeff Davis talked with us at ad:tech 2013 about all the things he had to unlearn from his 20-plus years at Procter & Gamble when he decided to head up Orabrush. Earlier today, in his ad:tech session, "B2C Video Marketing: The Key Driver to...
ADOTAS -- When Mark Twain was at a meeting of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee on November 12, 1879, he proclaimed, “I never could make a good impromptu speech without several hours to prepare it.” We live in a real-time...
ADOTAS -- Social media is the tool of the decade for marketers and brands. With new technologies and the advancement of online and mobile advertising, social marketing has advanced at an exponential rate. In order for brands to compete in today’s cut-throat marketing wars, adapting to this new technology is...
ADOTAS -- Google is being sued for alleged AdSense fraud, according to CNET, and at least one ad tech CEO has seemingly reacted with a virtual shrug of the shoulders. "My view, as a CEO that has experience with both sides of this issue -- I've run a publisher network that has...
This past week, we asked our readers: "Did the FTC let Google off too easily?" The results are as follows: Yes: 75 percent. No: 25 percent. This week''s Adotas Poll Question is: "Will Facebook's new Graph Search feature give Google a serious run for its money?" We'll publish the results next week.
Facebook recently unveiled a new policy that asks users to assess which ads they like or dislike, in an effort to serve up more compelling ads. On the surface, this change makes perfect sense as a way for Facebook to please its users and thus expand its advertising empire. Yet...
ADOTAS -- Mobile display ad spending is growing rapidly across all segments and will nearly triple between 2012 and 2014, jumping from $1.10 billion to $3.07 billion, according to eMarketer. While standard banners, rich media and video are the largest mobile display formats, dual-screen advertising is easily the most...
As it becomes more and more apparent that the mobile channel is just as important, and in some cases more important, to advertisers as traditional desktop advertising, a solid multichannel strategy isn’t just a bonus or an afterthought, it’s a necessity for those who want to stay competitive. However,...
During their press conference, Apple announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, featuring two new models with stunning 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch Retina HD displays, and with an all-new dramatically thin and seamless design. The larger screen is part of an ongoing trend of consumers spending more time interacting with media...
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