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Sunday, April 20, 2014
Predictive technology is a new phrase beginning to make the rounds in boardrooms around the world. At the core, predictive technology is high-functioning behavioral targeting. It uses consumers behaviors and interests to extrapolate how that consumer might engage or interact with a branded message, piece of content or even social status update. >>
Mobile devices are making it easier for bargain hunters to find deals. And share them. And use them. That according to new coupons data from RadiumOne. Their survey revealed that about half of all mobile users (US) clicked on a mobile ad in the previous quarter. What's more, mobile users are looking to devices throughout the shopping funnel - not just when they are ready to buy. >>
With all the buzz about time-shifted viewing and online/mobile viewing, television has been looked at as a dying medium. Not so, according to new data out from BroadStream Solutions; their data shows live television viewing still reigns supreme. >>
Above the fold. Next to relevant content. According to shoppers past behaviors. These are all suggestions from experts on where to place advertising in the online space; the problem is many advertisers don't know where their ads are placed - or how to ensure ads are placed correctly. >>
From call screening to call blocking, fewer Americans are picking up the phone - even for people they know. That according to new data out from Harris Poll and WhitePages. According to the survey people are blocking calls from businesses and exes - as you might imagine - but they are also blocking calls from friends. >>
Google Play store revenues are growing fast, according to app ranking and analytics firm App Annie, and it continues to have a huge lead over Apple in respect of downloads. >>
New research from Marin Software reveals that not only do search campaigns perform better when managed alongside social campaigns, but consumers that click on both search and social ads are more likely to make a purchase and spend more. >>
More search dollars are being pushed into Microsoft's Bing space. That according to new data out from The Search Agency which found that Bing's growth (Q1 2014) was more than double the growth of spending for Google. >>
Despite mobile devices, smart televisions, radio, television and newspapers it is harder than ever for brands to connect with consumers. Some experts say 'always on' functionality makes it easy for consumers to ignore brands, some say brands need to aggregate and analyze customer data better. >>
Consumers are increasingly concerned about how their data is stored and used but, according to new research from GfK, it is marketers and advertisers that are the least-trusted of all, less so than then government. >>
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