Tweets for TV Ads, Twitter Amplify, Yahoo’s Tumbr Purchase, Sponsored Pins, and More

Get the breakdown on Twitter’s new TV ad product, Twitter Amplify, Yahoo’s Tumblr purchase and flickr makeover, Pinterest’s new data-rich (sponsored!) Pins, and YouTube’s new viral video Trends Map. We’ve also got a new cross-platform responsive ad solution, piles of stats, an Awesome Wall to liven up your next cocktail, and a basketful of Arrested Development memes. Skim toward the final countdown!

Tweets for your TV ad. Twitter’s launched TV ad targeting, the fruit of its BlueFin acquisition, which will let TV advertisers monitor Twitter-based responses to their TV ads.

Written by Angela Nativadad.  To read the full article, click here.

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