Mobile Minutes: Google, Twitter, T-Mobile
By Staff reports
September 18, 2013
Larry Page, Google's CEO
Today in mobile marketing:
Google eyes big change in online tracking for ads
Google, the world's largest Internet search company, is considering a major change in how online browsing activity is tracked, a move that could shake up the $120 billion digital advertising industry, according to USA Today.
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For Twitter, key to revenue is no longer ad simplicity
When it comes to making money, Twitter is all about keeping it simple, per the New York Times.
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T-Mobile scolded for ad campaign against AT&T
T-Mobile may have gone too far with its claims against AT&T, according to CNet. The National Advertising Division has rebuked T-Mobile for several statements made in its advertising campaign, and has issued a statement calling for the ads to be pulled or changed.
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UK to test location-based mobile emergency alert systems
This autumn, the UK government will trial two emergency message alert systems that target mobile devices based on their location, ZDNet reports.
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