Thanks to ongoing public hearings in Washington DC centered on Russia's social media meddling during the 2016 election, we finally have our first real look at what it is that Vladimir Putin's fabled troll farms were actually doing. The bad news? Much of what was provided as evidence by the House
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Facebook plans to book more revenue in the countries where it sells ads, becoming the latest tech company to bow to pressure from nations to simplify its tax structure and potentially pay more income tax overseas.
The world of advertising à la Mad Men is no more. Consumers' eyes are drifting from newspapers and televisions to computers and smartphones, and the world's global advertising dollars are following them. But the overwhelming beneficiaries of this monumental shift are
Here's our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
After rolling out verified profiles for businesses on WhatsApp, Facebook is adding a tool for brands to promote their presence. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Facebook pockets billions of dollars in revenue each year thanks to its advertisement platform. What dark secret lay hidden underneath this corporate extravaganza? Let's find out, shall we?
Facebook has provided more details about the extent of Russian digital interference related to the UK’s Brexit vote last year. Read More
The social networking giant said the move was in response to pressure from governments and policy makers for greater visibility into sales made in their countries.
Major tax overhaul to appease govs and regulators Facebook has said it will no longer send advertising revenue through Ireland, and instead pay taxes in the countries where profits are earned.…
With the updates to Creative Hub and the Split Test feature, one can now institute a basic ad creation and testing process directly within Facebook. Read more at PPCHero.com