Posts on this site in the 'Advertising' taxonomy, ordered by date
The adverts on the front of YouTube videos are tedious to the extreme. I began to wonder how many people skip these irritating walls that are erected around the content we want to see.
A description of Googles proposed FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts) standard for profiling people and providing those profiles to advertisers.
Wired reviews Tim Hwang's book, which is called Subprime Attention Crisis. It draws parallels between online advertising the subprime mortgage crisis of the mid-late 2000s.
The rules I'd like to see governing online advertising and privacy therein. Something like this will happen. Privacy breaches and onerous advertising will force it.
Why publishers, advertisers and advertising networks need to get together to ensure advertising is acceptable to users.
An advert draws the ire of the Advertising Standards Authority because someone jumps off a cliff and sprouts wings.