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advertise

verb advise, announce, apprise, attract, broadcast, circularize, circulate, communicate, describe, disseminate, divulge, exhibit, expose, feature, flourish, focus the attention, headline, herald, inform, notice, notify, placard, post, proclaim, proffer, promote, promulgate, publish, push, report, rumor, spotlight, spread, throw the spotlight on, transmit, trumpet, warn, whisper
Associated concepts: deceptive advertising practices, false advertisement, unfair trade practices
See also: communicate, divulge, expose, herald, inform, notify, organize, post, proclaim, proffer, promote, propagate, publish, spread
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Until recently, activating data for connected TV and cross-screen campaigns has been challenging, preventing advertisers from taking full advantage of the medium.
Invoices from advertising agencies are often greeted by advertisers with suspicion, yet paid because of fatigue over the seeming impossibility of investigating vast amounts of media buys and ascertaining how much advertising actually ran and at what true cost.
That ability to microtarget specific messages at very particular groups of people can, however, let dishonest advertisers discriminate against minority groups or spread politically divisive misinformation.
We also found that more than 10% of advertisers are news organizations, politicians, universities, and legal and financial firms, trying to promote nonmaterial services or spread particular messages.
Advertisers in other markets are going off Facebook due to privacy issues.
Which advertisers will appear is first determined by factors involving the search query itself.
A formal complaint filed by HUD contended that Facebook advertisers were able to target offers of homes available for rent or sale based on factors such as race, religion, gender, nationality or disabilities.
Finecast enables advertisers to precision-target viewers across multiple on demand, linear and live streaming TV environments.
New Delhi [India], August 5 ( ANI ): Vidooly, a video intelligence startup on Friday launched a "Brand Safety" tool for advertisers, brands and agencies globally, whereby a brand's ads are displayed over or associated with content that violates the brand guidelines or brand philosophy.
Sure, advertisers can choose not to use a DSP and just engage service firms or ad networks to do programmatic buying for them, but where's the fun in that?
Getting advertisers to buy more video ads is key to Facebook's continued revenue growth, as they fetch higher rates from advertisers than text or photo-based ads.
The WFA estimated advertisers lost about $45 billion to fraud in the online advertising marketplace last year -- a sum that could grow to $140 billion by 2025 if left unchecked.