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60 Percent Of Extortion Attacks Now Use Phishing To Initiate Attacks

Cyber attacks have been on the rise for several years now, and by this point the...

May 24, 2022 / Digital Marketing

Online Fraud Is On The Rise, Are Bad Bots To Blame?

Automation has made a lot of things easier because of the fact that this is the...

May 22, 2022 / Digital Marketing

LinkedIn Provides Users With An Update About What’s Allowed And What’s Not Within The App

LinkedIn is going viral regarding a new update that surrounds its community poli...

May 22, 2022 / Digital Marketing

WhatsApp Might Start Offering Paid Subscriptions To Business Users

Most people that use WhatsApp these days never paid for it, at least not with mo...

May 21, 2022 / Digital Marketing
  • Credit Card Data Stealing Malware Concealed In Social Media Sharing Buttons

    Cybersecurity experts have recently discovered web skimming malware that is capable of injecting payment card skimmers scripts into compromised eCommerce stores. The creators of this malware use malicious payloads concealed as social media buttons that replicate leading platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.These skimmers are JavaScript-based scripts injected via Magecart cybercrime... Continue reading Credit Card Data Stealing Malware Concealed In Social Media Sharing Buttons

    December 7 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com
  • ‘Hard Time Understanding What Sets Them Apart’: As Retail Media Grows Rapidly, Advertisers Are Uncertain Where To Spend

    As retailers roll out new retail media networks, ad buyers say that sector continues to not only become more crowded, but harder to differentiate. The post ‘Hard time understanding what sets them apart’: As retail media grows rapidly, advertisers are uncertain where to spend appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading ‘Hard Time Understanding What Sets Them Apart’: As Retail Media Grows Rapidly, Advertisers Are Uncertain Where To Spend

    December 7 Digital Marketing | digiday.com
  • ‘Table Stakes’: Why Publishers’ First-party Data Has Become Prerequisite To Programmatic Ad Sales

    Publishers like Vox Media and SHE Media are making first-party data a more central part of their pitches, in part, because it leads to advertisers spending more. The post ‘Table stakes’: Why publishers’ first-party data has become prerequisite to programmatic ad sales appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading ‘Table Stakes’: Why Publishers’ First-party Data Has Become Prerequisite To Programmatic Ad Sales

    December 7 Digital Marketing | digiday.com
  • ‘We’re Getting Better At Swarming The Internet’: What Publishers Learned From The Cyber 5

    Several top commerce publishers saw triple-digit revenue growth during the stretch from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday. The post ‘We’re getting better at swarming the internet’: What publishers learned from the Cyber 5 appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading ‘We’re Getting Better At Swarming The Internet’: What Publishers Learned From The Cyber 5

    December 7 Digital Marketing | digiday.com
  • ‘The Audience Is The Commissioner’: Decoding The Fortnite Effect For Marketers

    Fortnite and Roblox are becoming what the theme parks of the future will look like and brands are starting to release they need to play along. The post ‘The audience is the commissioner’: Decoding the Fortnite effect for marketers appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading ‘The Audience Is The Commissioner’: Decoding The Fortnite Effect For Marketers

    December 7 Digital Marketing | digiday.com
  • ‘It’s A Silent Epidemic’: Mental Health In Newsrooms Needs More Attention

    The toll taken on the mental health of editorial staffs over the past nine months isn’t front and center enough, according to media experts and seasoned journalists. The post ‘It’s a silent epidemic’: Mental health in newsrooms needs more attention appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading ‘It’s A Silent Epidemic’: Mental Health In Newsrooms Needs More Attention

    December 7 Digital Marketing | digiday.com
  • Apple’s Facial Recognition Software May Learn To Recognise Body Posture And Mannerisms As Well

    Apple’s wasting no time in taking strides towards technological improvement, and in lieu of that it now seeks to improve its facial recognition technology. Now, instead of just recognising facial features, Apple products will be taking body postures and other minute details into account.Apple’s facial recognition software, labelled Face ID, launched with the iPhone X in 2017 to generally positive... Continue reading Apple’s Facial Recognition Software May Learn To Recognise Body Posture And Mannerisms As Well

    December 6 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com
  • The Rise Of Experience-driven Immersive Content

    By Alex Kelly, director of digital marketing, Ceros Buyers expect a lot from the businesses from which they choose to purchase. Speed, reliability and service are all essential, but increasingly buyers look for better overall experiences. This expectation has expanded from consumer-facing to business-facing companies. The notion of personal and professional lives has merged to […] The post The ris... Continue reading The Rise Of Experience-driven Immersive Content

    December 6 Digital Marketing | digiday.com
  • 8 Steps To Crafting Effective Landing Pages

    The landing page is one of the core foundations that’ll help your customer navigate through their buyer’s journey. But what exactly is it? And more importantly, how can it specifically grow your business? To be concise, an effective landing page is designed to make a potential customer take action. This could either be to subscribe to an email list, register for an upcoming event, or purchase a pr... Continue reading 8 Steps To Crafting Effective Landing Pages

    December 6 Digital Marketing | feed.martech.zone
  • TikTok Has Finally Revealed Its Commitment Plans Towards Making Its App As Explicit And Accountable As Possible

    If you are much expressive and enjoy making short dance, comedy, and informative videos, I am sure that you must be familiar with the app named ‘TikTok’. This Chinese app rolled-out in September 2016 on iOS and Android. With being available in 40 languages it allows you to make a 30 to 60-second video. However, it has recently announced its considerations to maximize the time limit of videos up to... Continue reading TikTok Has Finally Revealed Its Commitment Plans Towards Making Its App As Explicit And Accountable As Possible

    December 6 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com