May 6, 2014
This week, financial services firm Raymond James hosted Ampush co-founder and CMO, Chris Amos, for a discussion of social and mobile advertising trends in the first quarter and his outlook for 2014. The conversation touched on everything from pricing variations and ROI, to Facebook’s mobile strategy and growth on Twitter.
The big takeaways for advertisers? Look no further than our comprehensive analysis of the major topics discussed on the call below. (Read more)
May 1, 2014
We round up all the relevant advertising news announced at f8 - including Audience Network - with added insight as to why the news is important.
April 30, 2014
Five things advertisers should take away from Twitter’s Q1 earnings call and what to look out for in Q2.
April 29, 2014
Is my audience too broad? Too narrow? We highlight strategies to help you find the perfect balance of audience quality, size, and price for your Facebook, Twitter, and mobile advertising campaigns.
April 24, 2014
Our updated Visual Guide to Facebook Advertising Creative Specifications reflects the latest adjustments to creative and copy length recommendations from Facebook in an easy to read infographic format.
April 23, 2014
Take your Facebook campaigns from targeted to hyper-targeted with three data-driven targeting tools - Custom Audiences, lookalike audiences, and Partner Categories.
April 21, 2014
Ampush CEO, Jesse Pujji, defends advertising on Facebook and Twitter following comments from Priceline's CEO last week that these did not work for the travel booking giant.
April 15, 2014
Ampush CEO, Jesse Pujji, joined VentureBeat CEO, Matt Marshall, and HasOffers CEO, Peter Hamilton, in a fireside chat discussing, “How to measure the effectiveness of mobile advertising when there's no agreed Sheriff keeping the law?”
April 10, 2014
Follow these five steps to rock your mobile app launch and soar to the top of app store rankings.
April 8, 2014
We’re excited to announce that our AMP 2.0 Marketing Platform is now integrated with Twitter! As the newest member of Twitter’s Marketing Platform Partner (MPP) program we are able to offer our customers unique multi-platform expertise and the ability to drive measurable mobile objectives across native platforms.