During the last few weeks, we’ve been trying something new at Bannersnack. One half an hour in the morning dedicated to reading the latest news in the domain. No Facebook, no Instagram, no Snapchat. Only reading and absorbing information. After that, we share our ideas and knowledge about the topics we read. It’s like a brainstorming about the news we read on the internet.
And what kind of friends would we be if we didn’t share our precious everyday findings with you? So, we decided to introduce a new category on our blog called #WeeklySnacks in which we’re presenting you the last week’s most important news on the internet. If you find interesting articles or you have ideas or tips, just let us know on Twitter or Facebook or simply use this hashtag!
Hoping that this new kind of content will become your first read for Monday morning, we’re presenting…
#WeeklySnacks – Most important bites from last week.
There’s no doubt that the advertising experience has been decreasing in quality worse and worse in the last few years. Google, Facebook, a few other ginormous brands and a few associations as the International Advertising Bureau decided to found the Coalition for Better Ads.
Instagram stepped up their advertising game by improving the way in which instagrammers could interact with the ads.
Instagram hit 500.000 advertisers. This can only make us really happy and proud since Instagram is one of our favourite social networks!
Bing and CBS partner to bring search services for CBSi Web properties in seven markets worldwide.
Good news for retailers! Facebook makes it easier to incorporate data about products directly into the ads.
Omnicom made a bold move and agreed to be paid on a performance basis, leaving the advertising world astonished. Is this the begining of a new era?
Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments section below!