On July 9, 2020. the Northern District of California dismissed a Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action alleging that a third party sent an unsolicited text message to plaintiff’s mobile telephone. The court held that plaintiff’s allegations did not establish that defendant was legally responsible for the conduct of the Read More
Between online trainings that allow you to become Google certified, Chrome extensions that help you work smarter not harder, virtual seminars with experts in the field and even 1:1 coaching sessions, Google provides a some excellent content to help novice and veteran marketing professionals alike to gain skills. And it’s Read More
On July 8, 2020, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it has charged an online marketer with falsely promising consumers next-day shipping of facemasks and other personal protective equipment to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
In a federal court complaint filed in the Eastern District of New York, the corporate defendant and Read More
BrokerCalls, a leads generation company specializing in Pay Per Call phone leads, operates a large affiliate network buying and selling leads in an array of verticals. BrokerCalls acts as a broker of calls between publishers and advertisers and also generates their own calls through in-house marketing campaigns. The company launched Read More
Do you know where your users end up when clicking on an ad you are running?
Really… Are you sure?
I am asking you this because the majority of the times your campaigns may be broken and will never convert.
They actually may be redirected to malware, adult content, or really to nowhere!!!
At Read More
Adsterra, a leading global advertising network, has announced the launch of a brand new, highly customizable ad format - Social Bar.
Social Bar is a new revolutionary ad format developed by Adsterra. A/B testing has shown it has extremely high engagement and conversion rate, outperforming other formats. Social Bar’s non-intrusive design Read More
Earlier this year, the Federal Trade Commission announced that the operators of a website that compares student loans and other financial products agreed to settle allegations that they misled consumers to believe their website provided objective product information, when in fact they offered higher rankings and ratings to companies that Read More