Mobile Marketing

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People of Ad Tech: AppsFlyer Sales VP Sunil Bhagwan

AppsFlyer Sales VP Sunil Bhagwan tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that marketers can now use refereshable identifiers to figure out who’s using mobile devices. His company’s ability to attribute mobile actions has attracted more than 2,000 partners, including Facebook, Google and Latin American player Adsmovil. Bhagwan says the industry is on the verge of… Continue reading »

Being Careful with Mobile Interstitials

By: Jess Carson I know, it seems like every two seconds the “all-powerful” Google is updating its algorithm to further enhance user experience (which is the holy grail because, let’s face it, users are difficult). Back in August of 2016, Google announced that it would start “cracking down” on “intrusive interstitials” (say that three times… Continue reading »

Don’t Call It a Comeback: Cyber Monday Reigns

By: Martin Cahill Cyber Monday is eating Black Friday, and at the same time, morphing into a multi-day event that threatens to dwarf in-store sales. According to USA Today, while Cyber Monday, “yielded $3.45 billion in sales, a new online record,” the mobile and desktop buying on Black Friday “inched so close to Cyber Monday… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: ZipSprout CEO Megan Hannay

ZipSprout CEO Megan Hannay tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that her company, which comes out of the SEO space, realized that marketers had a hard time finding local nonprofits to sponsor. So it began matching sponsors with local charities. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy. Used with permission.

Over The Rainbow? The Risks of “Too Much Publicity.”

Is there such a thing as too much publicity? In the age of social media, we’re programmed to share information and experiences in real-time – anything from celebrity encounters, to world travels, to baby’s first steps, to DIY projects. Whether it’s good or bad, news travels fast; and it travels even faster on online. For… Continue reading »

Could Pokemon Go Rob Mindshare from Facebook and Twitter?

How can a new app, in less than a week, beat out Twitter in daily usage? If you’re into mobile marketing, that’s a nagging question in a world when countless apps launch each week and a scant few attract any sort of notice.  A lot has been written about Pokemon Go this week, mostly about… Continue reading »

Does Video Always Have to Be Short-Form?

When brands think about digital video, they tend to think :30s or even :15s. But are they selling long-form video content short? The obvious appeal for videos of shorter length is their potential for higher viewership within paid media channels, mainly due to the likelihood of short-form videos being watched through to completion, and maintaining… Continue reading »

Mobile Video Has Hit a Tipping Point: Here’s What That Means for Brands

By: Mike Owen, EVP, North American Sales for Opera Mediaworks Three signs make it clear that we’ve reached a tipping point when it comes to mobile video. First, people are ravenous for it — watching everything from 6-second Vines to full-length TV shows on their smartphones. In fact, the average adult in the U.S. watches 39… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Pypestream CEO Richard Smullen

Pypestream Founder and CEO Richard Smullen tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that he wondered why he couldn’t instant-message his airline as easily as he could IM his sister. So after finding someone to replace him at Genesis Media, he launched Pypestream, the market’s first purpose-built B2C messenger — a step toward what Richard sees… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Aki Technologies CEO Scott Swanson

Aki Technologies Co-founder and CEO Scott Swanson tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell what it means that people are now spending more time in mobile apps than they are watching TV. Swanson explains that Aki has found 130 “mobile moments” — times of day or activities in which mobile users respond better to ads —… Continue reading »

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