Facebook doubles advertising bug bounty
Facebook doubles advertising bug bounty

Facebook has doubled the reward for developers who point out flaws in the social networking giant's advertising code.

Cristiano Ronaldo stars in `Facial Fitness PAO` ad campaign

Cristiano Ronaldo has starred in the ` Facial Fitness PAO` advertising campaign.

A marketing plan

Godrej Group has roped in students of filmmaking to fuel a new marketing strategy for their products. Prachi Rege reports on this unique industry-academia tie-up

TV is more advertising than programming: Harsh Chhaya

With purchasing power on the rise in India, television sets are no longer a luxury and, given this scenario, well-known TV artist Harsh Chhaya feels that the medium should ideally be used to "uplift the benchmark of sensibilities" rather than taking them to base levels.

Facebook to roll out magnified right-hand column ads to make them hard to miss

Facebook is reportedly planning to increase the size of the advertisements that are shown in the right-hand column on its Web site, in an attempt to attract more attention.

Facebook eating into Google`s mobile ad market share: eMarketer

Facebook`s global mobile ad market share, which stood at a little over USD 3 billion in 2013, is witnessing a continuous growth and is expected to eat into tech major Google`s share.

In Egypt, even puppets now terror suspects

Egyptian prosecutors are investigating allegations that a puppet that speaks nonsensically in an ad for a multinational phone company was sending coded instructions to Islamic terrorists.

Twitter to launch cookie based retargeted ads on mobile

Twitter is reportedly going to roll out retargeted ads fuelled by browser cookies to target mobile users based on what they surf on the web.

GAP advertisement featuring Sikh model defaced with racist comments

An advertisement for clothing label GAP featuring a Sikh model was vandalised with racist comments on a city subway station in New York.

Police search for three missing Pune professionals

Police have launched a massive search to trace the three missing advertising professionals who disappeared while travelling from Pune to Goa last week, authorities said.

Missing advertising professional found dead, 3 others untraced

Police recovered the body of an advertising professional, who went missing along with three others while on their way to Goa on November 1.

Facebook`s ad warning sounds a note of caution for Twitter

Facebook Inc`s investors and other proponents of the social network like to say that it captures one of the greatest concentrations of human attention on the planet and thus offers a boundless opportunity for advertisers.

Industry opinion to form input in media policy: Tewari

Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Manish Tewari has assured the media and advertising fraternity that industry views would be taken into consideration while framing policies.

Brazilian football legend Ronaldo to take up advertising studies in Britain

Brazilian football ace Ronaldo is set to become an advertising student and has been offered a work placement with London-based communications giant WPP.

Suresh Achu to direct `Pottaas Bomb`

Suresh Achu, who has carved a niche for himself in the advertising world, is set to weild the megaphone for Malayalam movie `Pottaas Bomb`.

Facebook on fake `Likes` clean up drive

Facebook is on a spree to clean up fake ‘Likes’ that are posted by spammers or black marketers who seek to make some businesses on its social network platform.

Google touts daily deal on home page

Google Inc promoted a Groupon-like daily deals offer on its home page on Wednesday for the first time.

US hookers flocking to Facebook to advertise their services

Hookers advertising their services on social networking site Facebook is on the rise.

WPP’s Sorrell sees more consolidation ahead

Britain’s WPP, the world’s largest advertising agency, said on Friday more consolidation in the industry is likely.

US newspaper ad revenue down nearly 28 percent

US newspaper advertising revenue fell by nearly 28 percent in the third quarter, continuing a slide which has led to layoffs, bankruptcies and the closure of several dailies.