We’ve had a lot to celebrate this year. Apart from hitting our 225 million user mark, or the highly-anticipated launch of Trestle, 2021 is also the year we turned ten.
A decade worth celebrating and an exciting future to embrace
The user is and will remain the lynchpin of the entire system. So is there a way for ad networks to also take part in improving the user experience?
Here’s to everyone who’s been along for the ride
During TikTok World, an online conference held by TikTok on September 28, the video-sharing focused social network discussed their upcoming features and the reasons behind their rollout––and it’s something to pay close attention to.
10 years of growth, changing the online value exchange, and now Trestle.
Ad blockers are now ubiquitous thanks to the backlash against the annoying ads of the aughts.
Officially launched in the United States in August 2021, Trestle is the only advertiser solution on the market that enables advertisers to reach ad-filtering users at scale.
By supporting a nonintrusive, fair and sustainable online exchange between all players in the ad ecosystem, Acceptable Ads represents a sea change in the way the ad industry views the subject of cooperation and compromise.
What coalitions exist within the Acceptable Ads Committee, how are they formed and why do they matter?
Who’s on the independent Acceptable Ads Committee and what are their responsibilities?