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We recently spoke with several leading SME representatives about how they’re using content marketing to grow their businesses. Here’s what they said.
At this year’s summit, you couldn’t miss the sound of publishers searching for answers. Traffic and revenue is harder to find. Here’s the industry’s take.
we’ve done a lot to prepare for GDPR working closely with our publisher, advertiser, and data partners, and collaborating with others in the industry.
We sat down with female leaders from the Financial Times, Scripps Networks Interactive and Condé Nast UK in honor of International Women’s Day.
Our CEO, Adam Singolda, discusses a pivotal year for tech, content discovery, and Taboola as we approach a time where we’re reaching half of the globe.
The way publishers implement infinite scroll of articles isn’t always good user experience. Viewers need variety, relevancy, and engagement opportunities.
Did fake news have a material effect on the recent US election? It’s the subject du jour, with recent discussion about the creation and distribution of fake news from industry leaders like Jeff Jarvis, Ev Williams, Fred Wilson to media companies such as Bloomberg, WSJ, NYTimes. There is no shortage of insightful opinions. All sharing the hope of bringing awareness, conversation and eventually a process to solve the fake news problem. To me, asking whether companies such as Facebook, Twitter, or Taboola are media companies or technology companies is just a question of semantics. The debate shouldn’t be what industry you align with as a company. The real issue at stake is – are we accountable for what we distribute? Let me divide the conversation into two separate parts. Both equally important, but very different. Part One: Should intentional confusion (Fake News) be allowed? Short answer: no. Let’s define it. […]