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adweek.com - 21 readers, 353 Tweets - Facebook is giving Target and other retailers a new way to market to its 1.4 billion users. It's called product ads—yet another ad format that Facebook says sets it apart from rivals like Google because it can harness the social network's popularity and behavioral and location data on consumers.
blogs.wsj.com - 13 readers, 119 Tweets - Facebook Tuesday launched a competitor to Google’s Shopping advertising service, allowing marketers to show users some or all of their product catalogs.
thenextweb.com - 16 readers, 573 Tweets - Twitter is super keen on being more than just a place for your random thoughts on current events. In addition to its Mo Pub ad platform, it’s also going after developers…
mashable.com - 20 readers, 2138 Tweets - Twitter described it as a "simple way to share access to your Twitter account without sharing passwords."
theverge.com - 14 readers, 275 Tweets - The US government isn't just fighting ISIS on the ground — it's also been battling the terrorist group online, trying to counteract ISIS' propaganda with messaging of its own. But those efforts...