Bing search results are now live on AOL.
The ten year partnership, which was announced last year kicked off on Jan 1st with Bing now controlling AOL’s web, mobile and tablet search providing paid search ads and algorithmic organic search results to AOL’s properties.
The Digital Analytics Association is hosting an upcoming symposium in LA.
Sessions include topics regarding data integrity, testing, product promotions, and multi-channel mapping.
Theme of the symposium (personalization) is still a holy grail among marketers and while efforts have been made to strive for the right message at the right time to the right person, there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done to bring the dream into fruition
Expert practitioners will be speaking and will also be available for questions on their own personal experience and best practices
Although not explicitly stated, many of the topics covered have direct relevance to PPC, Display, SEO and Social Media.
Bing announced a 10-year search partnership deal with AOL last June.
It’s official now. Bing currently powers AOL’s web, mobile, and tablet search as of last week.
Bing Ads are now enabled for AOL search traffic worldwide. Extends the reach and growth volume for all advertisers. Allow advertisers to reach a desired audience with AOL’s many established websites (ex: The Huffington Post).
Snapchat Lets Publishers Link Directly To Their Discover Content on Facebook, Twitter
Snapchat is now letting publishers link directly to their Discover content on social networks like Facebook and Twitter and around the Web. This is a larger step in making it easier for publishers and Snapchat stars to draw traffic to the app from around the Web.
This has the possibility to dramatically increase traffic and users of the Snapchat App making it an attractive social marketing platform for the right demographic.
LiveRail will be exiting the ad serving business.
The video ad server, SSP, and publisher monetization platform will be no more.
Facebook, who acquired LiveRail in 2014, has chosen to do this in order to focus on more profitable areas of business. This includes the Facebook Audience Network, which had about $1 billion in ad spend in Q4 2015.
Existing LiveRail customers will be migrated onto alternative ad servers or other publisher offerings from Facebook.
LiveRail, highlights Facebook’s current movement to expand its mobile ad network. The number of apps in this network has grown 10x year-over-year and now accounts for 6 percent of total time spent in mobile apps.