We all know that nobody clicks on banner ads, right? A decent banner will net you only one click for every 1,000 impressions. So even if you bought one million impressions that is only 1,000 clicks.
Twitter suspended Travel Ad Network’s Twitter account “due to violation of Twitter’s trademark policy.”
There’s been no announcement but Travel Ad Network (TAN), caught up in a trademark dispute, is apparently rebranding as Travora Media Inc.
Travel Spike filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Travel Ad Network and is seeking damages and all profits TAN derived while allegedly illegally using the Travel Ad Network trademark.
New York-based Travel Ad Network (TAN) brought in a new CEO, is on the verge of changing its name, and is reviewing every aspect of the business as it tries to transform itself into a leading “travel news and information” brand.
Atlanta-based Travel Spike has issued a cease and desist letter to New York-headquartered Travel Ad Network (TAN), alleging trademark infringement.
Rumours of Gliider’s demise have circulated for a while, with CEO Jordan Stolper hinting that he is focusing efforts on Storydesk – but it is rather funny how things turn out.
Why would Travel Ad Network, which runs a travel advertising/media network for publishers and advertisers, buy the assets of travel-inspiration site TravelMuse?
Digital media and advertising company Travel Ad Network has branched out into the world of content by buying trip planning website TravelMuse.