The social networking behemoth’s new offering will position it as a competitor to Google in the programmatic department, but will it push for more transparency?
Collection, a new mobile-optimized video unit, will lead users to a page of up to 50 items for native shopping on the Facebook app.
The revamped version targeted multiple generations with a launch campaign that included new uses of Snapchat for the pubcaster.
The social network’s deep dive into the Canadian gaming scene found what excites gamers the most, what platforms they’re big fans of and how brands can get in on the action.
The whisky brand has launched filters that give consumers another option if they forgot to wear green as part of this year’s holiday-focused campaign.
A new live-streaming partnership with Twitter means Canadians can watch matches without buying tickets or a subscription.
A new study by Izea also found that the content influencers spend the most time creating isn’t necessarily what consumers enjoy the most.
The women’s razor brand tapped Toronto-based Wattpad to create four branded young adult fiction stories to attract ambitious millennial women.
The Bell Media-owned MCN is looking to showcase the “studio” side of its digital studio in order to attract more brand clients to its creators.
The tools from ad-tech platform Atlas, which Facebook acquired in 2014, have previously only been available to large enterprise marketers.
A new study by RealityMine through TouchPoints Canada also found that shopping apps surge at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. – and are most popular while users are at the office.
As part of its ongoing “Real Beauty” campaign, Dove tapped Snapchat for the first time, stripping away the airbrushed effect of the platform’s popular “pretty” filter.
The teen drama Before I Fall, which grossed $4.95 million in its opening weekend at the box office, was promoted through a three-step Snapchat campaign.
The presentation, led by IPG Mediabrands’ Katherine Fera, focused on how brands and media partners can create an effective campaign from the very first step – and what brands need to let go of.
A recent study by Influence Central found that Canadian social influencers are overwhelmingly female, highly educated and getting savvier about branded deals.