Marketing Day: Twitter’s New Profile Page Is Now Available For Everyone

mday240pxHere’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

From Marketing Land:

  • Twitter’s New Profile Page Is Now Available For Everyone Twitter’s redesigned profile pages are now available for everyone. To activate the new feature, sign on to Twitter and click the “Take a Look” button in the banner that should appear at the top of your screen. If it doesn’t, this link will take you to a page to get you squared away (and give […]
  • Caterpillar Shares How Its “Stack” Video Of The Biggest Jenga Game Ever Won 1.5 Million Views Earlier this month, Caterpillar released a video featuring five of its construction machines in the largest game of Jenga ever played. Using 600-pounds blocks, Caterpillar excavators and telehandlers were used to construct a massive eight-ton Jenga structure in a space the size of two football fields. AdAge.com claimed Caterpillar’s “Stack” video generated over a million […]
  • Twitter’s MoPub Will Open Its Native Ad Market For Apps Tomorrow Twitter continues to go native. Today it announced that its native ad product for mobile apps, in testing since Twitter’s $350 million acquisition of MoPub in December, will be rolled out globally on Wednesday. The product offers app developers the ability to create native ads for their own apps, an ad server to push ad […]
  • Google Courts App Marketers With New AdWords Features For Search, Display, YouTube Today, Google announced new efforts to entice app marketers in a livestream event at the AdWords Performance Forum. Google has offered advertising options for app marketers both through AdWords and its mobile ad network AdMob. Now it is aiming to compete more forcefully for app ad dollars and rely on that growing bank of data […]
  • Researchers Say Online Sales Tax Caused 10% Drop In Amazon Purchases A 42-page paper published by researchers from Ohio State University claims Amazon shoppers in states that have enacted online sales tax laws have reduced their spending on Amazon by 10 percent. Bloomberg.com reported on “The Amazon Tax” study which tracked the spending habits of 245,000 households that had spent at least $100 on Amazon during […]
  • Face-Making Contest Calls Attention To Plight Of Children In Warzones Here’s a heartwarming campaign for a good cause. To call attention to the strife children experience while growing up in war zones such as Palestine, Right to Pay and War Child Holland — which both teach kids how to cope with their feelings through sports, games and other means — teamed with Amsterdam-based ACHTUNG to […]
  • Still The One: Facebook Gains Ground As The Leader In Social Logins When it comes to social logins, Facebook still reigns supreme. Today, customer management suite Gigya released their 2014 Q1 findings on social login preferences. The results feature a whole lot of blue as Facebook is yet again the leader in social web logins, mobile logins — regardless of the industry. Overall Facebook gained 2% on Google+, […]
  • Study: Load Times For 69% Of Responsive Design Mobile Sites Deemed “Unacceptable” While many brands are using responsive design to create websites that deliver a consistent experience across multiple platforms and devices, mobile web developer Trilibis found that image-heavy responsive design mobile sites are taking an “unacceptable” time to load. Evaluating page weight, images and load times for 155 prominent responsive design websites — including Starbucks.com, Engadget.com and […]
  • Choosing A Media Agency: Look Inside & Hold Up The Mirror In our industry, we are constantly evaluating the way we choose our vendors and agencies. Increasingly, we are applying the same scrutiny, inspection and even introspection to how we choose our clients. Matches made in heaven are rare and certainly not static. The landscape around us is constantly changing, so keeping the evaluation ongoing and […]
  • General Mills: You Won’t Lose Your Right To Sue By ‘Liking’ Cheerios General Mills, which took heavy flak last week for overreaching online terms of service, reverted to previous legal language over the weekend, apologized and assured customers who engage with its brands or products on social media aren’t giving up any legal remedies. In other words, it’s safe to “Like” Cheerios and Chex on Facebook again. […]
  • Get To Know: Lenovo Vice President and General Manager Ajit Sivadasan Ajit Sivadasan manages a team spanning 10 countries worldwide, focusing on driving online and digital demand generation and brand campaigns integrated with social media, SEO/SEM, retargeting, advanced segmentation and affiliate marketing strategies. He also spearheads several marketing optimization strategies using advanced analytics and big data concepts. Mr. Sivadasan’s achievements with Lenovo over the past six […]
  • Report: Facebook Preparing Special Ad Targeting For World Cup Aiming to cash in on the world’s most popular sporting event, Facebook is preparing to give advertisers a way to more precisely target soccer fans during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. As reported Friday in AdAge, Facebook is showing its biggest advertisers a sales deck that offers up an audience segment that has shown […]

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