A bad week for journalism and ad targeting but a good week for Twitter and TikTok, plus some amazing pictures of dogs in bags. It is My Five time.
In this week’s My Five, Facebook fails to deliver (again), PETA is causing offence (again) and Bieber’s dividing opinion (again)… or is he?
It’s a Facebook-heavy My Five this week. Doubling its office space in London and promising to end advertising discrimination in the US, all whilst its stock price nosedives big time!
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Facebook is set to roll out ads in its mobile applictions – what will this mean for the user?
As the popularity of Facebook grows, so do the advertising costs.
Facebook has announced a new feature that allows users to tag brands and celebrities in their photos. Another gift for big brands?
Data from Q1 2011 suggests that Facebook now accounts for almost a third of all online display advertising impressions in the US.
Facebook is trying to improve the way in which it delivers ads by targeting real-time conversations.