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Sobre o curso

The digital advertising landscape is complex. There are many different types of ads, including: display, video, audio, sponsored, native, social media and search. Consumer data and the ad tech that action on that data are both ubiquitous and complicated. As a result the sheer number of options available to digital marketers is hard to comprehend and manage. This course covers the major forms of digital advertising, from basic display ads to search to cutting-edge programmatic advertising concepts. The Trade Desk, the leading programmatic advertising provider, joins us as our programmatic experts and offers an actionable roadmap on how small businesses can leverage state of the art advertising technologies to accomplish business objectives. In all, this course leaves students with an understanding of digital advertising in its various forms, and how to strategically identify digital advertising opportunities....

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12 de mar de 2020

I think being more clear on the fact that the discussions are key to finishing the course would be helpful. I had to go back through and respond to the questions. :)


3 de fev de 2020

Me pareció un muy buen curso, con una gran cantidad de información útil para tomar en consideración al trabajar en marketing digital. Muy recomendable.

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por Elina C

13 de set de 2022

This is less a review of the course content and its quality and more of a description of my overall experience, specifically with peer review.

I worked on all the discussion prompts every week and submitted a very detailed final assignment in Week 6. An anonymous reviewer failed my submission and I couldn't finish the course. I resubmitted my assignment a few days ago but so far have had absolutely no response, neither from the course moderators, nor a fellow learner and my Coursera page is still showing that I have not finished this first course of the specialization.

As I am paying for Coursera Plus, I am frustrated and disapponted that it's not worth the effort, money or time I am putting into this specialization. Although I like what I am learning, I don't think the peer reviews are set up to be helpful in any way, especially when someone can randomly sabotage all I have worked toward.

I have also tried to get on the Coursera help page but every time it gives me an error message after a long wait. I hope to hear from someone who can help me resolve this matter.

por Paul M

19 de nov de 2021

All of it, save week 6, was terrific. Watching a bunch of young dudes engaging in shop talk peppered with a lot of inside lingo is not a course: it's eavesdropping. They didn't consider what an audience who signed up for a class with the word "Introduction" in the title would know. They appeared to presume that we knew much of what they knew. Regrettable.

por Matteo M

26 de mar de 2020

The course content is ok, but the quality of the videos are very poor, with bad audio (no microphone), bad colors and sometimes the teacher refers to slides that are not shown. Compared to the amazing quality of the Trade Desk section but even to other Coursera courses, it is really really bad.

por Stephanie K

5 de jun de 2022

Articles need to be updated, most of the informaiton is from 2019. More practical knowledge would be helful i.e. if other modules are more similar to the Programatic one.

The programatic module was a highlight.


4 de set de 2020

I enjoy the course even though it required reading a lot but in the end it worth doing.

por Raksha C

12 de fev de 2021

The last assignment, the one with another certificate was really unnecessary.

por Sahil B

21 de jan de 2021

very less videos, mostly theory.

por Jennie T

26 de set de 2020

It's 100% reading articles

por vi

13 de dez de 2020

Does not like the non-interactive components of the courses. The courses are all made in reading formats which compels the student to interpret and understand the materials through their own understanding. This is not helpful. I would tend to fall asleep reading articles, thus, resulting in most of the materials not sticking. I found myself re-read, and re-read most of these articles.

If I wanted to do readings, I could've read books instead. Videos should be an integral part of the courses as the professor can explain the concepts through lecturing and talking points. Videos are interactive and help with capturing a student's attention.

The formats of these courses are not feasible at all.

por Virginia I

1 de fev de 2022

I left the course during week 2: In a dynamic world as is Digital Advertising, this course is outdated: the core is reading, and there is no one you can ask if you have doubts.

I worked on Digital Advertising for almost 10 years and I'm refreshing knowledge and trying to catch up to re insert in the insdustry: exams have tricky (an not useful) math problems, and are very long for the material provided.

I still have several questions about the exams but no one to reach out. I moved to other options within Coursera's catalog.

por Nadia B

27 de fev de 2022

Good is OK in general, most valuable part the last module that includes videos. The introduction indicates that there will be hands-on exercises that do not exist, it also indicates you will get a Google Ads Searc Certification that is not part of this training. A lot of time invested on this course to not to get what the introduction indicates.

por Gabriele B

10 de ago de 2021

The material is incredibly poor, let alone the last module was entirely outsourced to a vendor's learning platform. Tests are totally out of focus. Peer review is useless and it is impossible to complete it since no submissions are available most of the time. I definitively won't recommend this specialization at all.

por Christin S

5 de mai de 2022

Reading, reading, reading, reading, reading = boring.