TrueView for Shopping from Google was updated in early July with new options for viewers to buy products advertised in videos. Released July 12, the changes are an extension of TrueView ads that initially offered the products featured in YouTube ads. The number of advertisers using TrueView increased 50 percent during 2015. Of those advertisers, one of three use it weekly, according to Google. That shows that retailers recognize the
Facebook continues to bridge the gap between traditional and digital channels with advancements to its TRP (target rating point) video advertising platform that make it easier for advertisers to extend TV ads to social channels. Last week, Facebook unveiled updates to its advertising interface that grant marketers access to dayparting and Nielsen DMA targeting. These features offer targeting during specific parts of the day and access to specific local television
Consumers are hungrier than ever for local information — context is everything for decision-makers, and it’s available online. Smartphones enable customers to save time and streamline purchases with improved access to digital content and localized search results. In fact, according to Google, 50 percent of consumers who conduct a local search on their smartphone visit a store within a day, and 18 percent of those searches lead to a purchase
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Last week, Facebook announced that they are expanding the Like button to include Reactions, a visual way for users to express more detailed opinions about content quickly and easily. This is the most significant Facebook UX change in years. To add a reaction, Facebook users hold down the Like button on mobile or hover over the Like button on desktop to see the reaction image options, then tap either Like,
“I think the business model of traditional pay TV is so different from the other services Millennials subscribe to that it just doesn’t fit how they think about buying media.” — Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch He’s right. Media is evolving to offer users more personalization and control. Today’s consumers want content that comes with them — on-demand content that’s accessible anywhere, from any device. Cable alternatives like Sling TV,