AdSecure’s latest platform feature scans for Google compliance

Following dismay by advertisers and brands over potentially placing ads with offensive content, AdSecure, the ad verification tool provider, has announced a solution. The company updated its scanning technology to recognize and identify ads that are non-compliant with Google’s Abusive Experience Report. The company uses image recognition, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to spot ad formats that Google would consider abusive. Following dismay by advertisers and brands over potentially placing ads with offensive content, AdSecure, the ad verification tool

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Google makes major changes to advertising on YouTube

The big players Facebook announced a significant overhaul to its platform that seeks to boost social interaction. Following feedback from users that business posts were crowding out social moments, the social media network has decided to return to its roots. Facebook is trialing a new video experience which lets members of Groups view videos together at the same place and same time. Dubbed Watch Party, the addition works for both live and recorded videos. The UK Children’s Commissioner, Anne Longfield,

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Finding Adult SEO Keywords – Tools and Methods Explained

Keywords are critical to optimizing the posts on a website. They are used to inform Google about the authority and suitability of your pages for specific users, with this forming the basis of a page’s ranking for certain terms. When optimizing for an adult website, it’s important to identify the right keywords as well as the right tools for doing so, the process for which might go a bit like this: SEO keywords for adult sites Google’s end goal is

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Google removes 500 malicious apps over spyware issues

Over 500 apps from the Android Play Store which had been downloaded more than 100 million times combined, may have installed spyware to the users’ devices, according to a discovery by mobile cybersecurity company Lookout. The company found that the advertising software development kit (SDK) by Igexin was responsible, targeting games for teenagers, weather and radio apps as well as photo editing, educational and travel applications. Although not all apps have been confirmed to download the malicious spyware, Igexin had

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