Facebook's global advertising revenue grew 82 per cent year on year to $2.27 billion (£1.35 billion), in the first quarter of 2014, representing the platform's strongest advertising growth in nearly three years.More
The shortlist for the 2014 Brand Republic Digital Awards has been decided, following an action-packed judging day at Yahoo's UK headquarters on 10 April.
CoppaFeel!, the breast cancer awareness charity for young people, has awarded Karmarama its creative advertising account without a pitch, unseating incumbent AIS, which won the account in 2010.
Evian has launched the second stage of its popular global 'Amazing Baby & Me 2' activity, which features the mini Spider-Man character solving people's dilemmas on Twitter in a campaign run through We Are Social.
Gatwick Airport has today launched The X-ray Collection, a social media competition challenging people to guess the products photographed in an airport scanner.
iProspect, the Dentsu Aegis digital and data network, has bolstered its UK team with a raft of new senior roles, including Matt Adams who will join iProspect UK as chief media officer, from DigitasLBi.
Google was among the UK's biggest advertisers last year, after a 50 per cent lift in total spend.
Havas Media's Paul Frampton is punching well above his weight when it comes to Twitter, but MediaCom's Karen Blackett and Claudine Collins dominated Ad Week Europe, according to new analysis of industry accounts.
Mobile adspend almost doubled in 2013 to break the £1bn mark and now accounts for £1 in every £6 spent on digital advertising, according to figures from the Internet Advertising Bureau.
Accel Partners, one of the early venture capital companies to invest in Facebook, has predicted the rise of one-to-one advertising across multiple channels as one of the next big booms, in a session at Advertising Week.
Twitter has acquired the British television social media analytics company SecondSync and France-based data company Mesagraph in an effort to expand its relationship with broadcasters and television advertisers.
ITV has become the first major UK broadcaster to sign up for Twitter Amplify, the social network's video partnership tool.
Facebook has bought Oculus VR, the manufacturer of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, for $2bn (£1.2bn) in a move Mark Zuckerberg believes could see the company introduce advertising into a virtual reality world that is the "most social platfor...
Google has upped the stakes against rival Apple with the launch of Chromecast, a dongle that attaches to a TV and allows viewers to stream content from the likes of the BBC's iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube.
Wunderman has hired Steve Saul, a former social media producer on 'The X Factor', as its first social media production lead.
Havas's digital creative agency, AIS London, has relocated into the "Havas Village", as the communications group seeks to make itself more agile and joined up in the UK.
Football pundit Jamie Redknapp gives scathing reviews of amateur footballers' performances in a humorous social media campaign for Nivea Men.
Facebook has begun its move into attracting online video spend with the launch of its premium service in the US, with the UK set to follow.
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