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Are Your Ads Funding Terrorism?

While brands are rightly concerned about their advertising showing on sites that promote white supremacy and terrorism, they may be surprised to...

Half of Americans Agree with Brands Quitting Twitter

According to a survey of 500 American adults fielded by Pollfish on Tuesday, more than half—49%—agree with the decisions made by big...

AdBlockers: New Threat or Boon?

We know that ad blockers are good for you. They're like your favorite health food: they're full of fiber and antioxidants, but...

Is Social Media Dying as a Sales Tool?

Social media is dying as a sales tool. It’s just that no one knows it yet. It’s true: brands...

Deep Dive: Inside the Walmart Ecosystem

Walmart reported higher earnings in its third quarter this week. All revenue increased by 30% between the second and third quarters, but...

Why Are Advertisers Dropping Neilsen?

The Currency Council was created to make TV advertising more fair and transparent by setting prices. It is made up of advertisers...

5 Ways To Engage Creative Consumers in the Metaverse

The creator economy is booming, with more and more people turning to creative pursuits to express themselves and make a living. Creative consumers...

We Must Embrace Attention as the Standard

The world has changed a lot since the dawn of digital advertising. When we started using digital measurement, it...

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Are Your Ads Funding Terrorism?

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Ringless voicemails have always been a thorn in our sides, but now they're also a thorn in...

Kari Shimmel Promoted to CEO of Campbell Ewald

In a move that's sure to make history, Interpublic Group's Campbell Ewald has promoted Kari Shimmel, making...

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