LONDON: Cats have taken over a London underground train station in a campaign to challenge advertising norms, attracting hordes of sightseers — and leaving dog lovers dismayed.
BEIJING: China’s internet regulator said on Saturday that search engines should tighten management of paid-for ads in search results, making clear which results are paid-for and limiting their numbers.
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court has sought government explanation over “face-saving” advertisements in the media regarding Panama Papers, ARY News reported.
NEW YORK: Humorous ads for a documentary film that aims to promote understanding and tolerance of Muslims went up in New York subways on Monday after the movie’s production company won a legal battle with the city’s transit authority.
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook on Thursday rolled out a platform for quick, immersive ads with the potential to become a tempting rival to television commercials.
SAN FRANCISCO: Google revealed on Thursday that it sidelined more than 780 million ads deemed rude, dishonest or dangerous in 2015 in a leap from the 524 million targeted a year earlier.
CALIFORNIA: Twitter Inc said it was testing a feature to show advertisements to people who read tweets without logging in, as it tries to make good on its long-time ambition to monetize non-active users.
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook Inc wants its users to shop for clothes and other products from their mobile phones without ever leaving its app.
SAN FRANCISCO: Instagram has added new layout options in addition to its signature square for pictures and videos in a bid to attract more advertisers and to stop users defecting to more flexible services such as Snapchat.