Previously our team has discussed how Google and Facebook are increasing their verification for advertisers as the growing need to protect the ad experience for marketers and searches surfaced. Microsoft has now joined the party, releasing a statement that they plan to implement a new advertiser verification feature.
According to Google’s latest data, Google Display Ads reach over 90% of internet users and appear on over three million websites, over 650,000 apps, and across Google properties such as Gmail and YouTube. Considering the number of different devices people use to access the internet and view content, it can be tricky and time-consuming for marketers and graphic designers to produce creative that keeps up. Responsive Display Ads are Google’s answer to this pain point.
As the popular children’s tale goes: When you give a sophisticated marketer a cookie, they will serve targeted ads to qualified users. And when qualified users see targeted ads, they will feel heard and understood and will convert.