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Twitter may be clamping down on cryptocurrency ads

Twitter will soon ban several types of cryptocurrency ads on its platform, Sky News reported Sunday. The ban, that is slated to go live in two weeks, will be global and it will prohibit ads for initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrency
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Google to ban cryptocurrency ads in June

Google will ban any cryptocurrency- or initial coin offering (ICO)-related ads starting in June, the company announced in an update to its Advertising Policies document.  According to the document, ads related to "cryptocurrencies and related
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Snapchat ad asked would you rather ‘Slap Rihanna’ or ‘Punch Chris Brown’

A disturbing advertisement slipped through the Snapchat review process, despite the ad's flippant reference to violence against women, and to Chris Brown's infamous domestic assault against his then-girlfriend Rihanna. SEE ALSO: Sorry haters, Evan
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Logan Paul has ads restored on YouTube videos, but he's not off the hook

Controversial vlogger Logan Paul will have ads restored to his YouTube videos, but he still remains on probation. With nearly 17 million subscribers, Paul will once again be part of the platform's monetization program following a suspension, a
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Apple releases emotional ad to celebrate marriage equality

Like a host of other companies, Apple threw its support behind marriage equality in Australia. Now, the tech company has backed it up with a one-minute advertisement titled "First Dance," released on Sunday. It celebrates the first LGBTQ marriages
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Making inroads in India

India has provoked Google, which is not a big advertiser, to look at traditional mediums of advertisingI have always been enchanted by the subtle and not-so-subtle manner in which brands try to become an indispensable part of our lives. As someone
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Powerful New York Times ad calls out lawmakers funded by the NRA

The New York Times has "all the news that's fit to the print" — and all the ad spreads too.  Gun control groups Everytown for Gun Safety and Mom's Demand Action for Gun Sense joined forces and purchased a two-page ad in the New York Times
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Why public relations companies need to be creative

PR persons must learn to think innovatively and provide clients with useful informationThe first word that comes to mind when one thinks of advertising is ‘creativity’. Other phrases or words that might come up are ‘out of the box
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Facebook ban on cryptocurrency ads curbs education. Bad actors still thrive.

What's the difference between BITCOIN and BITC0IN?  Well, using latter might help you reach millions of people thanks to Facebook's poorly enforced rules of advertising cryptocurrencies.  SEE ALSO: Facebook bans cryptocurrency ads due to