Marketing Day: New AdSense Ad Sizes, A Social Right To Be Forgotten? & Mobile-Only Consumers

by Matt Mcgee
Here's our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Will Facebook And Twitter Have To Implement The "Right To Be Forgotten"? Could Facebook and Twitter be forced to "forget" things said about others? Perhaps so under the European Union's new "Right To Be Forgotten" ruling.Read the full article


  • Facebook acquires mobile data plan firm Pryte

    reuters.com - 1 readers - SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc is acquiring Pryte, a Finnish company that aims to make it easier for mobile phone users in under-developed parts of the world to use wireless Internet apps.Facebook

  • Turkey Unblocks YouTube After 2 Months

    mashable.com - 1 readers, 1 Tweets - The Turkish government unblocked YouTube after 67 days of censorship, accepting the ruling of the country's highest judiciary institution.

  • For Private Ad Tech Firms, The Money Keeps Flowing

    blogs.wsj.com - 2 readers - Public investors might be souring on ad tech companies, but private ones definitely aren’t.MediaMath, which helps automate the process of buying online advertising, announced Tuesday it raised $73.5 million in a Series C financing round and increased its debt financing facility to $105 million.

  • Instagram 6.0 Seduces Pro Photographers With Adjustable Filters And 9 New Effects |

    techcrunch.com - 1 readers - "People come to instagram today to post their photos but haven't come back to edit their photos" Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom tells me. So today Instagram is..