Get ready to start seeing autoplaying video ads in your LinkedIn feed on mobile.
A study published by Quintly shows that videos uploaded to Facebook receive 530% more comments than videos from other sources.
Next time you’re curious about what you see in a Snap, new context cards from Snapchat will have the answer.
Google AdWords has upgraded YouTube ads with location extensions and the ability to measure in-store visits.
The new AdWords experience promises to be faster, more intuitive, with a renewed focus on achieving business goals.
Google is bringing Opinion Rewards to iOS, which is a program that pays users to take surveys from companies.
LinkedIn is working on a tool called Talent Insights to help companies make data-backed decisions when recruiting talent.
To help users make informed decisions about which stories to engage with, Facebook will provide additional context about publishers.
Google is looking to revive webmaster Q&A videos, and has put out an invitation for anyone to ask questions.
Google made a significant change to how AdWords budgets can be used, and advertisers are not the least bit happy.
Shopify is rolling out its “Shopping on Instagram” feature to thousands more merchants, just in time for the holiday season.
YouTube for iOS has been updated with iMessage support, letting users watch and chat about videos without leaving the app.
Google is removing a controversial search feature called First Click Free, which let users view content behind a paywall.
Google’s latest update to its iOS app allows users to filter search results by date range.
YouTube is adding restrictions on which accounts are able to add external links at the end of their videos.
Google has maintained its position ahead of competitor Microsoft, but was unable to top Apple.
Bing Ads is introducing new URL tracking parameters, to further assist advertisers in learning about the source of ad clicks.
Google is finally upgrading call-only ads with a feature that is available with other ad types.