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Predictions for 2010


2005 puts us at the mid-point of the first decade of the new millennium. What will things look like at the end of the 1st decade of the new millennium in the world of advertising? I thought I'd project where the ad industry is headed and what 2010 (or sooner) might look like. This two-part article will take those discussions a few steps further. First, we'll look at a scenario that is likely to be common by 2010 when the heretofore separate worlds of TV advertising, search marketing, behavioral targeting and inventory yield management blend together. If you buy some of this scenario, it's interesting to look at the implications for ad agencies. In part two, I'll speculate on the likelihood of Google being the biggest "ad agency" in world. If you look through the prism I lay out, it will cause you to think differently about where the industry is headed whether or not you agree with some of the specifics.

Search marketing, Behavioral Targeting and Yield Management's alchemizing effect on TV advertising

The accountability and efficiency of search marketing, behavioral targeting and publisher inventory yield management can look pretty compelling to a media planner compared to the relative lack of trackability of a TV spot today. What happens when you combine the best of these worlds? Let's look at a scenario that might take place when these worlds are combined.

It may easy to write this off as the ramblings of a guy who has spent too much time in the technology industry but before you do that, consider the following:
? All major search engines keep a search history indicating your interests, needs, likes, etc.
? Forrester projects that over half of TV households with have a DVR device by 2009.
? Today, most DVRs keep track of what we could be considered a "search history" of everything that your household has watched and what you plan to record in the future.
? With your implicit approval, that "search history" of your TV behavior could be combined with your online search and surfing behavior which would create a profile that would be quite precise regarding your preferences and interests. Whether one company delivers all of this technology (e.g., Microsoft or AOL) or a deal is done between DVR suppliers and search engines, this can easily be accomplished.
? Most people's broadband Internet access is provided by cable companies today. Setting a cookie applicable to both the TV and internet access is relatively trivial.
? Tacoda, a leading behavioral targeting company, has over 80% of the North American Internet audience in their network. They have a wide variety of non-personal demographic information about their users.

So let's fast forward five years and look at a scenario with a couple in their late 30's we'll call Mike and Jill. Periodically, they talk about the need for a vacation but have had a hard time agreeing on a location. Jill's idea of a great getaway is a "spa weekend" with mud baths, cucumber bodywraps, aroma therapy and countless other "treatments" that sound like some form of torture to Mike. Meanwhile, what Mike would really like to do is make a trip to a Final Four as his alma mater is in the Top 10 and he's sure they are going to make it a long ways in the "Big Dance". Whenever he talks with his buddies about the "Big Dance", Jill is confused Mike has never liked to dance.

One thing they can agree on is their enjoyment of watching Alias together although they are watching Jennifer Garner for different reasons. The rest of Mike's TV viewing largely consists of watching ESPN, Fox Sports and ESPN2 so he can be smarter than his buddies when it comes to filling out his bracket. Meanwhile, Jill loves watching the Travel Channel and shows on other networks about "getaways" whether they are about "romantic getaways" or "girls' weekends".

During the week, Mike often eats his lunch at his desk while reading some of his favorite websites (www.foxsports.com, www.ESPN.com, etc.). He's checking out the latest rankings to see where his alma mater is ranked and analysis from experts on the "Road to San Diego" (the site of the 2010 Final Four). He notices one of the ads on the webpage he's reading is about a San Diego vacation. Though he's never been to San Diego, he knows it has a nice climate and gets the bright idea that he could kill two birds with one stone if he suggests that a trip to San Diego would be a nice place for a trip with Jill and another couple friend (the husband of that couple also happens to be a college buddy who enjoys hoops as much as he does). Suddenly, the $500 daily spa fee doesn't sound too bad for Mike if it means he can attend the Final Four.

Since Jill had Arizona in mind for a "spa weekend", he figures he needs to sell Jill on San Diego. He surfs over to his DVR home page to see if he can find some shows that highlight San Diego that he can highlight and record for Jill. It turns out one of the shows is in 30 minutes on the Travel Channel so he's able to record it for later viewing even though he and Jill aren't home at that moment. It also turns out that one of the past episodes of Alias had Jennifer Garner's character incognito at a beach party at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego (she snuck into the private party by swimming in from the ocean in scuba gear with a party dress in stow).

Over dinner that evening, Mike brings up the idea of San Diego as a great location for a vacation and that late March is a particularly nice time to visit (failing to mention that the timing happens to coincide with the Final Four). He lets her know that he's marked some San Diego shows for her to watch including the Alias episode since they have a "Season Pass" for Alias (i.e., it records/stores all Alias episodes). Jill is surprised and impressed that Mike has gone to this trouble.

Meanwhile, let's take a look at what's going on behind the scenes. The cookie that the cable company has stored is keeping track of various actions that Mike and Jill are taking (sites they visited, shows they watched, searches they performed). This behavior is combined with the ad marketplace system running at Google or the particular search provider of choice. This system is similar to Google's Adwords system or Overture's Precision Match. In the future, it's likely to include "behavioral targeting" attributes as well.

In this ad marketplace, millions of similar actions are aggregated and offered up to what by 2010 will be millions of advertisers for sale in a real time automated auction. These marketers will have established their spending levels, behavioral and demographic profiles. In the time it takes for an average search to complete, several advertisements have already been sold against each of the programs recorded for Jill. On the media outlets' sites, they are doing additional optimization (aka "inventory yield management"). This optimization determines what the optimal type of ad to serve is. In one situation it might be a textual advertisement while in other cases, it might be a more traditional form of TV ad.

As Jill goes to watch the shows Mike has teed up, the ad delivery system is poised to take action. The way in which the ads are viewed will be dependent on the couple's billing preference with the cable provider (yet another yield management variable). They may have chosen the free cable option that requires them to watch ads at set periods. As the show starts, a number of advertisements appear at the bottom of the screen. A couple of these have a dollar sign next to them indicating that they can reduce their cable bill if they watch them. This is attractive particularly since Jill wants to watch them anyway since they are infomercials for a San Diego area spa. She can choose to watch them now or later.

Later on in the evening she checks her email before going to bed. The ad delivery system knows this is the same person who has been watching ads about San Diego area attractions so it serves up some discount offers for packages to San Diego which she emails to Mike with a message about how excited she is about going to San Diego. Who knew that an ad delivery system could enhance marital harmony?!

Will these sort of events transpire five years from now? My belief is that they are largely foreseeable. Undoubtedly, the specifics won't take place exactly like this, but it's not a huge leap to get to this place with consumers and businesses that are more than willing to benefit from the experience.

If you buy all or part of this scenario, what does it mean for the parties most financially vested in the ad marketplace - media outlets, ad agencies and marketers? It means further evolution in their business models. Perhaps the most radical impact will be on ad agencies that have already seen their business evolve. In part two, I'll make the provocative statement that Google will be the largest ad agency in the world by 2010. While this potentially ludicrous notion may not seem worth thinking about, viewing the ad agency business through a Google prism should cause ad agencies and their clients to experience profound insights.

If you want to have more fun with the previous scenario, you can weave in various other variables that include, but aren't limited to, the following factors:
? Product placement evolution. At one time there was a website that allowed you to buy products that were shown in TV programs. Think about that woven into the aforementioned ad marketplace. This is an evolution of what AdvertisingAge's Madison+Vine regularly reports on.
? User reviews. User ratings of various advertiser products could become another variable determining which ads get served. Amazon-like collaborative filtering can be facilitated thus increasing content consumption.

Will Google be the biggest ad agency in the world by 2010?
In part one, I laid out a future of how Internet-based advertising models will pervade the TV world. If you buy some of these factors, there are inevitable industry changes that will happen to the ad industry. I will make the provocative statement that Google will be the largest "ad agency" in the world by 2010. While this potentially ludicrous notion may not seem worth thinking about, viewing the ad agency business through a Google prism should cause ad agencies and their clients to experience profound strategic insights.

Dramatic industry shifts usually don't happen from obvious places. Ample evidence of that exists if you look at various businesses whether you look at the music business, the encyclopedia business, the newspaper classified business, the retailing business or many others. Companies that too narrowly define their competition inevitably have their business cratered from unexpected places. Aggressive, growth-oriented companies whether they are Google or Wal-Mart don't care about pre-existing industry dividing lines. If it wasn't them, some other organization would gladly eat away at incumbents' businesses even though the leaders of the change are attractive "bogeymen" for those under attack.

If you take a step back, the purpose of ads and search are to connect buyers with someone selling what buyers want (even if they don't know they want it yet). In both cases, fees are collected from the people who have something to sell for connecting them with buyers of those items. No one is rushing to categorize Google as an ad agency -- "they're in the Search business". You don't have to study Google very hard to realize they aren't limiting themselves to the "search business" which is increasingly hard to define in any case. It's important to recognize that Google isn't charging for search; their income is from advertising. As the old saying goes, if it looks and quacks like a duck, it is a duck. If they were considered an ad agency, they'd already be in the top 5 with a much stronger trajectory than any of the top 5 agencies.

You may be saying, "wait a minute, they are more like a media outlet than an ad agency" (which is largely true today) but withhold judgment for a moment and some interesting insights can be drawn. To begin with, they are already doing media planning if the business has a high volume of clicks and it's highly likely they are working on ways to make that easier (and thus scale to smaller advertisers).

If I walked into most offices of the leaders of the largest ad agencies in the world today and stated that Google/Yahoo/MSN are their competitors, at best I'd get a polite laugh. They may say that I don't "get" the ad agency business. Having been on both sides of the challenger/incumbent equation, I can say unequivocally that not "getting it" is usually an advantage for the challenger. The challenger isn't shackled by the current way of thinking and perhaps more importantly, the current business model. Like virtually every other company (especially a public company), Google and "their competitors" are inspired by what will make them the largest sum of money. Today, Google's revenues are advertising-based, but tomorrow they may have increasingly more characteristics associated with the agency business. Comparing some of the assets that agencies have versus Google is instructive. I'll put these in context of some of the criteria I used to evaluate the ad agencies that I worked with when I held large ad budgets.

1. Efficiency with my budget: When my team owned the relationship/budget with an agency, I counseled them to look for padding and inefficiencies as the model shifted from a commission-based model (which had its own issues) to a salary multiplier that seemed like a fair approach based upon the number of people on the account. Furthermore, it was hard to know how well the agency negotiated with media outlets to get the best CPMs. With Google's Adwords, you bid on how much you are willing to pay for a click which can range from pennies to dollars depending on the term. Google has a great feature where if you bid $1.50 for a click and the next highest bidder is $0.75, they'll adjust what they charge you to $0.76. This looks like a more efficient way of spending my ad dollars and infinitely more trackable.

2. Consumer insight/research: I've worked with some fabulous media buyers and account planners. Their ability to dive into various syndicated research to identify the media properties with the optimal demo/psycho-graphics often impressed me. However when you combine the almost unbelievable volumes of click behavior across many thousand websites that provides a very robust picture of brand motivation and preferences. It's an approach virtually any cold-blooded capitalist selling stuff would appreciate and is unrivaled by other means of capturing actual buyer behavior.

3. Ability to reach my target buyers where they "live": Google's Adsense offering (i.e., syndication of their contextual search ads) has major implications and makes them look an awful lot like a media agency. Not only does Google serve up ads on their own high-traffic site, they are syndicating their ads to virtually every nook and cranny of the web. As an advertiser, it gives them an efficient way to reach into highly targeted sites that would be impossible to buy in a manual manner. Anecdotally, I'm seeing Google ads on all kinds of obscure and relatively low traffic sites that happen to be highly relevant to me professionally or personally.

4. Ability to service local, regional and international markets: This has at least two dimensions: First, can you run particular ads for people who live in particular geographies whether that is England, New England or Boston? Second, is it easy to localize the advertisements themselves? Particularly on the first point, it's much easier to do this with Google than the machinations an agency has to go through to make it happen (e.g., working with dozens of different media outlets around the country/world). On the second point, it's comparing apples and oranges since localization of text ads is easy compared to localization of ads that involve more than simple text. That said, they cover many languages and countries today so it's a straightforward process.

5. Focus on driving results vs. their ego: Since much of the execution of a campaign on Google is strictly driven by machines, there is no ego involved. From time to time, one runs up against this dynamic with agency creatives where they are more focused on winning awards than selling your product.

6. Creative work: This is an area where it would appear that agencies have a clear advantage if for no other reason that the creative palette is very limited with Google today. If you look at some of the trends outlined in part one combined with increased bandwidth and broadband penetration in the next five years it seems inevitable that the Google creative palette provides won't be so limited. The advantage Google has in this scenario is that the cost to launch and test a new campaign is low so creatives can refine their creative and copy while avoiding the high stakes and slow turnaround of typical campaigns of today that are bogged down by approvals at the client level. This quick turnaround should shift creatives perspective from thinking of how limited their palette is to relishing the opportunity to get immediate feedback on campaign ideas that may be conceived of, executed and killed/expanded in less than a day.

7. Account service: This is an area where agencies should maintain a clear advantage for the foreseeable future as people-oriented service is a core part of their value proposition. As Google and others gain an increasing share of their customers' wallets, there will be an expectation of increased account service for large accounts. In a competitive market, Google will respond if Yahoo or MSN try to offer better service. This factor can diminish the inherent advantage agencies have.

8. Media neutrality: Most agencies like to claim media-neutrality but it's virtually impossible to find in practice. The core obstacle is that the client's budgets aren't media neutral. There are often different teams, let alone different budgets for different media - print, online, broadcast, etc. This makes it virtually impossible for agencies to be media neutral. The philosophy behind Google's technology is media neutral. It just so happens that it's all executed on HTML webpages right now. Take the notion of delivering ads in the content you prefer to consume, on the device (PC, mobile device, etc.) you happen to be using at the moment and delivering the most relevant ad at the moment you consume it and extend it beyond online. It's not hard to imagine this happening when your TV and radio have their own IP addresses along with your more traditional computing devices (this is already in process).

9. CRM: Marketers and agencies working on their behalf spend large sums of money to create and maintain an accurate customer database that helps paint a picture of their customers' behaviors, likes & dislikes, demographics etc. It's not unusual for a marketer to spend millions each year just keeping their database up to date with basic information such as addresses. Meanwhile, Google's customers do much of the maintenance work themselves as their cookies capture every web search, links you clicked on and when you did it. One area that Yahoo & MSN have a clear advantage over Google is a much larger database of demographic information via their email/IM users (certainly one of the drivers for Google launching Gmail to much fanfare). Combine the demographic information with the surfing and searching behavior, and there isn't an agency in the world who wouldn't die to get their hands on that rich picture of their clients' customers.

Conclusion
Is Google explicitly out to get the agencies' business? Unlikely. It just so happens that when you look at the natural progression of their activities, it ends up dramatically impacting the agency business. The ironic thing is that they are probably spending significant sales & marketing resources cultivating agency relationships with complete sincerity. Like many other successful businesses, over time they will have more and more channel conflict where parties who were previously 100% complementary start to step on each others' toes. In the end, Google won't look like an ad agency anymore than eBay or Craigslist look like a newspaper classifieds business, but they will capture money from the same customers as the business that they are pilfering. It's the agency leaders that should ask themselves what facets of Google's business do they need to develop or co-opt. Agency leaders would be wise to ensure they don't have blinders on regarding their current business and their partners, or they are liable to be victims of an inevitable force.

Dave Chase is a partner with Altus Alliance, which specializes in driving revenue traction for emerging businesses. Before joining Altus Alliance, Chase spent nearly 20 years in the industry with over a dozen years at Microsoft in various senior marketing and general management roles, including his role as MSN's managing director for industry marketing and relations. In that capacity, he was responsible for MSN taking a leadership role within the Interactive Marketing industry to grow Online's share of the overall ad market in concert with AOL, CNET, Yahoo!, Google and other market leaders.

Chase played leadership roles in launching several new businesses within Microsoft including Microsoft's entry into the enterprise software and server business which is now an $8B business. Starting at the dawn of the commercial Internet, he was integral in Microsoft's entry into consumer internet businesses that achieved both critical and financial success.


Todays News by officejax free advertising and ad exchange solutionsMORE RESOURCES updated Sat. October / 19 / 2019

Facebook opens search ads to all advertisers - Search Engine Land
Facebook opens search ads to all advertisers  Search Engine Land

Advertising, brand management professional named Bellisario Professor - Penn State News
Advertising, brand management professional named Bellisario Professor  Penn State News

Taco Bell being sued for 'false and misleading' advertising - Fox Business
Taco Bell being sued for 'false and misleading' advertising  Fox Business

Juul agrees to stop advertising to youth in settlement with Oakland nonprofit - San Francisco Chronicle
Juul agrees to stop advertising to youth in settlement with Oakland nonprofit  San Francisco Chronicle

Vendasta Receives Top Award for Advertising Intelligence - MarTech Series
Vendasta Receives Top Award for Advertising Intelligence  MarTech Series

Amid Private Dinners and False Advertising, Facebook Comes Under Fire - Undark Magazine
Amid Private Dinners and False Advertising, Facebook Comes Under Fire  Undark Magazine

Amazon's Starting to Pull Away From Competitors in Search Advertising - Motley Fool
Amazon's Starting to Pull Away From Competitors in Search Advertising  Motley Fool

AT&T's Xandr purchases TV advertising company clypd: source - Reuters
AT&T's Xandr purchases TV advertising company clypd: source  Reuters

Couple sues Taco Bell for deceptive advertising after being overcharged $2.18 for Chalupas - FOX 5 DC
Couple sues Taco Bell for deceptive advertising after being overcharged $2.18 for Chalupas  FOX 5 DC

San Francisco Proposition F: Campaign Advertising & Contributions - KALW
San Francisco Proposition F: Campaign Advertising & Contributions  KALW

AT&T's Xandr Acquires Clypd to Boost TV Advertising Business - Yahoo Finance
AT&T's Xandr Acquires Clypd to Boost TV Advertising Business  Yahoo Finance

Fox Partners With iSpot.tv To Improve Advertising Performance - Forbes
Fox Partners With iSpot.tv To Improve Advertising Performance  Forbes

Google Dominated the $55 Billion Search Advertising Market for Over a Decade. Here's How Amazon Plans to Shake Things Up - Inc.
Google Dominated the $55 Billion Search Advertising Market for Over a Decade. Here's How Amazon Plans to Shake Things Up  Inc.

5 Movies That Altered Advertising and Marketing - Adweek
5 Movies That Altered Advertising and Marketing  Adweek

Snap launches dynamic ads to draw more advertisers - Reuters
Snap launches dynamic ads to draw more advertisers  Reuters

No Truth in Washington Post Advertising - CNSNews.com
No Truth in Washington Post Advertising  CNSNews.com

The Best Global Brands 2019 Got There By... Advertising 10/18/2019 - MediaPost Communications
The Best Global Brands 2019 Got There By... Advertising 10/18/2019  MediaPost Communications

China’s advertising industry waits to hear the winners of the Effie marketing awards - Euronews
China’s advertising industry waits to hear the winners of the Effie marketing awards  Euronews

Amazon gaining on Google in search advertising market share - GeekWire
Amazon gaining on Google in search advertising market share  GeekWire

From the Archives: Squash advertising - Los Angeles Times
From the Archives: Squash advertising  Los Angeles Times

Honest Ads Act Is False Advertising - The Wall Street Journal
Honest Ads Act Is False Advertising  The Wall Street Journal

Advanced Advertising on Linear TV Coming Into Focus, FreeWheel's Dave Clark - BeetTV
Advanced Advertising on Linear TV Coming Into Focus, FreeWheel's Dave Clark  BeetTV

Google, Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft's earbud advertising explained - Fast Company
Google, Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft's earbud advertising explained  Fast Company

UofM signs $6 million contract with California advertising firm over local firms - Daily Helmsman
UofM signs $6 million contract with California advertising firm over local firms  Daily Helmsman

Snap's (SNAP) New Dynamic Ads Target E-commerce Advertisers - Yahoo Finance
Snap's (SNAP) New Dynamic Ads Target E-commerce Advertisers  Yahoo Finance

Why Your Favorite Denim Brands Are Advertising Like It’s the ’90s - Glamour
Why Your Favorite Denim Brands Are Advertising Like It’s the ’90s  Glamour

Meet the Women Running LA’s Top Advertising Agencies - Adweek
Meet the Women Running LA’s Top Advertising Agencies  Adweek

Ad Giant Wins Over Disney With Big Data Pitch - The New York Times
Ad Giant Wins Over Disney With Big Data Pitch  The New York Times

Bernie Sanders wants to ban advertising during presidential primary debates - Fox News
Bernie Sanders wants to ban advertising during presidential primary debates  Fox News

Clear Channel Airports debuts digital airport advertising network - Retail Customer Experience
Clear Channel Airports debuts digital airport advertising network  Retail Customer Experience

Juul agrees to restrict youth advertising - The Guardian
Juul agrees to restrict youth advertising  The Guardian

Advertising - The Ins and Outs of Amazon Advertising (And Why You Should Try It): Timothy Seward - MarketingProfs.com
Advertising - The Ins and Outs of Amazon Advertising (And Why You Should Try It): Timothy Seward  MarketingProfs.com

Microsoft Advertising's pitch deck for sponsored products ads - Business Insider
Microsoft Advertising's pitch deck for sponsored products ads  Business Insider

‘Crisis of trust’: Elizabeth Warren shines new light onto Facebook’s advertising business - Digiday
‘Crisis of trust’: Elizabeth Warren shines new light onto Facebook’s advertising business  Digiday

Advertising Week 2019: It All Starts With Brand Trust - Forbes
Advertising Week 2019: It All Starts With Brand Trust  Forbes

Livestreamed shootings have advertisers demanding better safety from sites like Facebook and YouTube - CNBC
Livestreamed shootings have advertisers demanding better safety from sites like Facebook and YouTube  CNBC

YouTube is letting politicians reserve advertising space for 2020 election - The Verge
YouTube is letting politicians reserve advertising space for 2020 election  The Verge

Q&A: How Podcast Advertising is Changing - EContent
Q&A: How Podcast Advertising is Changing  EContent

House panel pressures Reynolds to stop advertising Vuse e-cigarettes, pushes for documents - CNBC
House panel pressures Reynolds to stop advertising Vuse e-cigarettes, pushes for documents  CNBC

River Rouge sues Detroit over billboard and bus advertising - WXYZ
River Rouge sues Detroit over billboard and bus advertising  WXYZ

The power of PR in a post-advertising world - PRWeek
The power of PR in a post-advertising world  PRWeek

Amazon (AMZN) Q3 2019 Earnings Preview: AWS, Prime & Advertising - Yahoo Finance
Amazon (AMZN) Q3 2019 Earnings Preview: AWS, Prime & Advertising  Yahoo Finance

5 Advertising Week Takeaways To Keep On Your Radar For 2020 - Forbes
5 Advertising Week Takeaways To Keep On Your Radar For 2020  Forbes

IBM's Rangaiah on Moving Beyond Advertising to Customer Experiences - BeetTV
IBM's Rangaiah on Moving Beyond Advertising to Customer Experiences  BeetTV

Rethinking and Predicting the Future of TV Advertising - Adweek
Rethinking and Predicting the Future of TV Advertising  Adweek

Surge Entertainment Center by Drew Brees advertising for workers; No open date has been announced - The Advocate
Surge Entertainment Center by Drew Brees advertising for workers; No open date has been announced  The Advocate

ZAFUL launched the first out-of-home advertising campaign to target the Philippines Market - Yahoo Finance
ZAFUL launched the first out-of-home advertising campaign to target the Philippines Market  Yahoo Finance

We Need A Truth-In-Advertising Commission — For Voters - TPM
We Need A Truth-In-Advertising Commission — For Voters  TPM

Singapore bans advertising for high-sugar beverages - BeverageDaily.com
Singapore bans advertising for high-sugar beverages  BeverageDaily.com

Amazon held its first big ad conference last week, luring about 400 people to Seattle - CNBC
Amazon held its first big ad conference last week, luring about 400 people to Seattle  CNBC

Steve Perry, newsgroup advertising manager, to retire - Sequim Gazette
Steve Perry, newsgroup advertising manager, to retire  Sequim Gazette

Pueblo City Council approves marijuana advertising changes - KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Pueblo City Council approves marijuana advertising changes  KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

How advertising rates vary by category on Amazon - Marketing Land
How advertising rates vary by category on Amazon  Marketing Land

Massage Parlor Advertising a “Satisfying Experience” Busted For Prostitution - Spring Happenings
Massage Parlor Advertising a “Satisfying Experience” Busted For Prostitution  Spring Happenings

Kentucky gun range embraces 'free advertising' from ABC News mistaking its event for Syrian bombing - WDRB
Kentucky gun range embraces 'free advertising' from ABC News mistaking its event for Syrian bombing  WDRB

TM Advertising Closes Its Doors After 85 Years - Adweek
TM Advertising Closes Its Doors After 85 Years  Adweek

What HBO's 'Succession' can teach us about advertising - AdAge.com
What HBO's 'Succession' can teach us about advertising  AdAge.com

Snapchat Introduces a New Ad Unit for Ecommerce Advertisers - Search Engine Journal
Snapchat Introduces a New Ad Unit for Ecommerce Advertisers  Search Engine Journal

Advertising in the automotive industry: It’s a piece of cake - ITProPortal
Advertising in the automotive industry: It’s a piece of cake  ITProPortal

Alliances are Advertising Week's big trend - Axios
Alliances are Advertising Week's big trend  Axios

Advertising club reveals rebranding of Interfaith Human Services - - State College News
Advertising club reveals rebranding of Interfaith Human Services -  State College News

Oscar Mayer’s wieners are a triumph of American advertising - The Takeout
Oscar Mayer’s wieners are a triumph of American advertising  The Takeout

Disrupt: Advertising Deer-Hit Repairs | 2019-10-17 - FenderBender
Disrupt: Advertising Deer-Hit Repairs | 2019-10-17  FenderBender

BPA Worldwide and Centro Launch Full Service Solution for Audience-Driven Advertising Programs - Benzinga
BPA Worldwide and Centro Launch Full Service Solution for Audience-Driven Advertising Programs  Benzinga

Juul halts advertising in United States, replaces CEO - The Verge
Juul halts advertising in United States, replaces CEO  The Verge

Global Digital OOH Market 2019-2023 | Use of AI in OOH Advertising to Boost Growth | Technavio - Business Wire
Global Digital OOH Market 2019-2023 | Use of AI in OOH Advertising to Boost Growth | Technavio  Business Wire

Twitter "Unintentionally" Used Your Phone Number for Targeted Advertising - EFF
Twitter "Unintentionally" Used Your Phone Number for Targeted Advertising  EFF

Is Extended Reality The Future Of Digital Advertising? - Forbes
Is Extended Reality The Future Of Digital Advertising?  Forbes

'Stealth advertising' complaint against Federer dismissed - swissinfo.ch
'Stealth advertising' complaint against Federer dismissed  swissinfo.ch

Twitter misused security information for advertising purposes - CNET
Twitter misused security information for advertising purposes  CNET

Facebook agrees to pay advertisers $40 million over inflated video stats - AdAge.com
Facebook agrees to pay advertisers $40 million over inflated video stats  AdAge.com

Tech Mahindra, InMobi to collaborate on video advertising solutions for mobile devices - Economic Times
Tech Mahindra, InMobi to collaborate on video advertising solutions for mobile devices  Economic Times

Startups’ TV Advertising Soars in New Report - Wall Street Journal
Startups’ TV Advertising Soars in New Report  Wall Street Journal

TikTok says it doesn't allow political advertising - CNN
TikTok says it doesn't allow political advertising  CNN

New way of advertising newer variety of apples - FreshPlaza.com
New way of advertising newer variety of apples  FreshPlaza.com

Facebook Ads in Search Results Rolling Out to More Advertisers - Search Engine Journal
Facebook Ads in Search Results Rolling Out to More Advertisers  Search Engine Journal

Congressman presses Reynolds to halt advertising of Vuse e-cigarette - Winston-Salem Journal
Congressman presses Reynolds to halt advertising of Vuse e-cigarette  Winston-Salem Journal

How blockchain will impact digital signage advertising - Digital Signage Today
How blockchain will impact digital signage advertising  Digital Signage Today

New connected TV study debunks 3 common myths about political advertising - AdAge.com
New connected TV study debunks 3 common myths about political advertising  AdAge.com

LinkedIn Introduces Enhanced Targeting Tools for Advertisers - Search Engine Journal
LinkedIn Introduces Enhanced Targeting Tools for Advertisers  Search Engine Journal

Snapchat Must Hit More Angles with Advertisers - The Wall Street Journal
Snapchat Must Hit More Angles with Advertisers  The Wall Street Journal

House subcommittee asks e-cigarette companies to stop advertising - CNBC
House subcommittee asks e-cigarette companies to stop advertising  CNBC

OTT Advertising: Why The Industry Needs More Transparency - AdExchanger
OTT Advertising: Why The Industry Needs More Transparency  AdExchanger

Cracking the code on podcast advertising for customer acquisition - TechCrunch
Cracking the code on podcast advertising for customer acquisition  TechCrunch

Disney Bars Netflix TV Ads in Battle for Streaming Supremacy - The New York Times
Disney Bars Netflix TV Ads in Battle for Streaming Supremacy  The New York Times

U.S. seeks advertising, sales data on e-cigarette companies - Reuters
U.S. seeks advertising, sales data on e-cigarette companies  Reuters

Retailer buys controversial Trump-themed billboard in Times Square - mySA
Retailer buys controversial Trump-themed billboard in Times Square  mySA

Andrew Glennon Calls out 'Teen Mom OG' Advertisers Amid Amber Portwood Domestic Violence Case - PopCulture.com
Andrew Glennon Calls out 'Teen Mom OG' Advertisers Amid Amber Portwood Domestic Violence Case  PopCulture.com

Peloton sues cycling rival Echelon, alleging copycat products and false advertising - AdAge.com
Peloton sues cycling rival Echelon, alleging copycat products and false advertising  AdAge.com

Advertisers on Why WhatsApp's Status Is a Good Testing Ground for Ads - eMarketer
Advertisers on Why WhatsApp's Status Is a Good Testing Ground for Ads  eMarketer

Advertisers are pushing the limits of how they make money from agencies - Digiday
Advertisers are pushing the limits of how they make money from agencies  Digiday

How the Ban on Medical Advertising Hurt Women Doctors - JSTOR Daily
How the Ban on Medical Advertising Hurt Women Doctors  JSTOR Daily

eBay is trying to cut into Amazon's growing advertising business - Business Insider
eBay is trying to cut into Amazon's growing advertising business  Business Insider

Adidas: We over-invested in digital advertising - Marketing Week
Adidas: We over-invested in digital advertising  Marketing Week

How Blockchain Is Affecting The Marketing And Advertising Industry - Forbes
How Blockchain Is Affecting The Marketing And Advertising Industry  Forbes

RV advertisement pushes Valparaiso candidate; Portage Dem raises $146K, campaign reports show - Chicago Tribune
RV advertisement pushes Valparaiso candidate; Portage Dem raises $146K, campaign reports show  Chicago Tribune

Older People Are Ignored and Distorted in Ageist Marketing, Report Finds - The New York Times
Older People Are Ignored and Distorted in Ageist Marketing, Report Finds  The New York Times

WebPick Launches In-depth Study About the Evolution and Growth of Full Page Online Advertising - Business Wire
WebPick Launches In-depth Study About the Evolution and Growth of Full Page Online Advertising  Business Wire

You Will Be Shocked by This Article - The New York Times
You Will Be Shocked by This Article  The New York Times

Senator Warren Takes On Facebook's Political Advertising Policies - Media, Telecoms, IT, Entertainment - United States - Mondaq News Alerts
Senator Warren Takes On Facebook's Political Advertising Policies - Media, Telecoms, IT, Entertainment - United States  Mondaq News Alerts

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