Twitter Is Launching An Ad Exchange

Twitter Is Launching An Ad Exchange

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Twitter will launch an ad exchange in which buyers will be able to "retarget" users with ads, according to Ad Age. The company will do so after taking advice from Facebook's FBX ad exchange partners. An ad exchange works by monitoring the cookies -- little bits of tracking code --...
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