Here are the top stories from around the world of mobile advertising that we’ve been following in the past week.
Facebook Springs a Leak? Newspaper Reveals How Social Site Monitors Content
British newspaper The Guardian, citing a document leaked from Facebook headquarters, offers new details about how the social site is monitoring and dealing with news and posts related to violence, racism, and other topics.
Instagram Offers New Objectives in Ads in Stories
Instagram continues to flesh out the possibilities of its ads for Instagram Stories. Initially launched with a test with 30 select brands, now this ad type is available globally.
Could DeepMarkit’s Gamified Promotions Help E-Commerce Businesses?
DeepMarkit, a producer of gamified marketing solutions for businesses of all sizes, has announced that it is currently building applications to boost integration of its platform with e-commerce providers including Shopify, WooCommerce, and Magento.
MobileFirms.co Directory Helps App Developers Find Reputable Firms
The new directory from AppFutura — MobileFirms.co — could be a boon for app development companies looking for expert and well-regarded assistance.
Immersion Inks Realtime Deal to Add Haptics to Wearables
This week’s happenings includes the news that Immersion Corp., a leading developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, just signed a license agreement with Shenzhen-based Realtime Technology Co., Ltd.