As we enter 2020 and the start of a new decade, Taboola has taken a moment to reflect on the most read-about topics of 2019. Across the world, people clicked on and consumed a number of different entertainment, general news, and sports stories – but, in the UK, there were a few key standout topics that garnered a great deal of attention
Instagram has removed a button that was at the top of people's feeds and directed people to IGTV, its long-form video hub, saying very few users have been clicking on it.
Over the last decade we’ve seen the rise in social media influencers grow and saturate the market, but which online identities are generating the most attention? A new infographic looks at the most popular social media influencers (according to Google).
Super Bowl ad rates reached $4.51 million a piece for 30-second spots last year – the second-most expensive rates ever, but in game revenue fell, according to new research.
The fourth quarter of 2019 saw UK marketing budgets saw a small return to growth after a stagnant period, according to new data.
Social media influencer Molly Mae has as been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for breaking its rules on Instagram.
Video ad tech company Tremor is to buy video advertising platform Unruly from News Corp, as the media giant bows out of ad tech.
An 8-year old boy has been revealed as the highest earning YouTube star of 2019, overtaking PewDiePie, with almost 22 million subscribers.
From deep fakes to mind-reading wristbands, technology took us in some strange directions during 2019. In this special article, we celebrate the 10 weirdest news stories of the year.
To mark International Women's Day, YouTube is celebrating the brilliant women who create inspiring, educational content which make the platform what it is today.
Targeting by a traditional demographic approach is no longer effective when the goal is serving relevant advertising and personalisation of experiences at scale, and a ‘perennial’ approach is now needed, according to a new report.
The award for best ad during the Oscars went to Google, who’s one minute slot showed how Google Assistant could dramatically alter some iconic movie moments. See why it’s our video viral of the week below…
Social media influencers are earning two-thirds less that in 2017, but overall investment in influencer-led campaigns has almost doubled, according to new research.
To celebrate the Oscars, YouTube has ranked the best picture nominees based on their trailer’s YouTube views. If the Academy votes the same way as YouTube fans, Black Panther will be the winner.
We all know Valentine’s Day is full of emotion - this is reflected in all Valentine’s Day video campaigns that land year on year. This year, video creation platform Wochit, predicted the trends that we saw hit our hearts, minds and wallets. Here are some trends we watched and noticed just how brands are using emotions to draw in consumers and influence behaviours.
New official guidance for influencers regarding paid, gifted and affiliate social content means that now is the time for brands to truly step up their influencer marketing game, according to Andy Culbert from digital-first branding and design agency, MERó.
Why do some six second ads fail to engage while others make an impact in such a short space of time? New research uncovers six key factors that can make a difference in this increasingly popular ad format.
The 2019 Super Bowl saw an estimated $382 million of spend – coming third after the 2017 and 2018 games, with car makers being the biggest investors, according to new research.
In the US, 42% of American football fans have watched ads from the big game on YouTube, equal to the amount that watched those ads on broadcast/cable TV networks, and more than any other digital platform, according to an Ipsos sports viewing study.
M&M’s “Bad Passengers” was the most emotionally engaging ad of Super Bowl 2019, according to new research using AI face reading technology.