The Use of Ad Blockers Around the World – Germany, India, Canada & others

Google is planning to add an ad blocker to its popular Chrome browser. Google is the largest online advertiser in the world and ad blockers are like kryptonite to the company’s business. By doing this, Google could keep internet users happy enough not to install third-party ad blockers thus slowing down their rate of adoption and thereby defending its own business.

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John Lewis Christmas Advert 2016 – #BusterTheBoxer

This is the story of a little girl called Bridget who loves to bounce. When her mum and dad buy her a trampoline for Christmas, they soon discover that she isn’t the only one with a passion for jumping.

Drone- vertising : How Russia’s Wokker Used Drones for Advt & Increased Sales?

Here comes the Drone-vertising. Russia’s Wokker using Drone-vertising for its rice & noodle dishes. Wokker banners were attached to Drones & launched around office centers. This helped in drawing the attenetion of the employees & an increased sales by 40%.

Best Practices to Build a Multichannel Campaign Plan

Best Practices to Build a Multichannel Campaign Plan

World’s Toughest Job – #worldstoughestjob – Official Video

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Mobile Ad Market Leaders – Google, Facebook, Twitter & others

With the rapid increase in smartphones & mobile browsing, mobile ad market has become a major cash cow for companies like Google, Facebook & others. Google is the mobile ad industry leader followed by facebook. Even though facebook was a late entrant to the mobile ad market, it has gained a major chunk of the mobile ad market. They are followed by twitter at the 3rd spot. With the prediction of more browsing on mobile than desktop in the coming years, companies are pushing new boundaries to capture the mobile audience.

Infographic: Google and Facebook Dominate Booming Mobile Ad Market | Statista
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