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ADS

An initialism for "automated decision support," software that aids decision-making, as via algorithms. Management thinks this new ADS will save us a lot of time, but I'm skeptical.
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Axios also reported that publishers will need to have a 7.5 percent non-compliance threshold before their ads are blocked.
There we found out that 83% of users agree it's just the obnoxious ads they want to avoid, 77% want to filter rather than block.
Improving the technology used to deliver ads is one piece of that effort, but given data like that collected by The New York Times, it's an important one.
Expenditures on radio and magazine ads also posted double-digit declines of 11.6 and 25.6 percent, respectively, to 137.0 billion and 303.4 billion yen.
In Web-based ads, though, the rules allow the required additional information to be located on a different page accessible via a link.
Google said Gadget Ads offers non-traditional ad units with interactive, rich media capabilities, allowing advertisers to target audiences in a flexible, timely way via regular updates within the ad unit and enables users to engage with ad content in a manner that static ads have previously not facilitated.
In an effort to compete, in 1999 the Perry Board of Education began running 30-second television ads on the local NBC station.
The daisy spot didn't just usher in an age of attack ads. It ushered in an age of attacks on attack ads, of pious lamentations that political discourse has gotten too shrill, too divisive, too partisan.
The company offers permanent "pay-once-only" ads that break the link between the ad price and the number of clicks per ad, thus eliminating the potential for click fraud.
We hypothesized that since recent self-reported tobacco use has declined substantially more than marijuana, anti-tobacco television ads would produce higher favorable to unfavorable ratios of immediate post-viewing written comments about the ads or the targeted substance.
Any company that wants to buy ads in Latin America needs to understand this difference, says Gabriela Broca, the vice president of corporate sales for Televisa in Mexico.
I was bewildered by the rationale that they were controversial or advocacy ads. They're a welcome to all, and that hardly seems controversial.
And in March and April, these groups spent a chunk of the money on issue ads attacking Bush, just as Bush was spending $50 million from his campaign war chest to attack Kerry.
Prices for ads start at $125 for 14 days compared to a five-line Sunday newspaper ad averaging $250.