mobile advertising

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People of Ad Tech: Mozoo CEO Jules Minvielle

Mozoo CEO Jules Minvielle tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that his company bought AdinCube because the latter company’s AI technology will help increase revenue for mobile publishers. Minvielle argues that above all else, mobile publishers need to demonstrate that they’ve addressed the risk of fraud. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy. Used with permission.

People of Ad Tech: LotLinx COO Jason Knight

LotLinx Chief Operating Officer Jason Knight tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that inventory levels are swelling at auto dealerships, in part because of high lease returns. LotLinx finds shoppers that are looking for specific vehicles and – ahem – drives them to the right dealer’s lot. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy. Used with… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Crealytics CEO Andreas Reiffen

Google Earnings Edition: Crealytics CEO and Cofounder Andreas Reiffen tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that when Google reports its earnings after the market closes on Thursday, we should learn that Cost-Per-Click, or CPC, has dropped even as Google itself has continued to grow. In explaining how Google pulls off that trick, Reiffen expands on… Continue reading »

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 »

People of Ad Tech: Taptica COO Galia Reichenstein

Taptica COO Galia Reichenstein tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that a lack of resources explains why the Software-as-a-Service model won’t work well for mobile. Taptica’s machine-learning platform has used data from gaming, restaurant, travel and other advertising partners in order to improve its overall performance. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy. Used with permission.

People of Ad Tech: SITO Mobile SVP Mike Gamaroff

SITO Mobile SVP of Channel Strategy Mike Gamaroff tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that it’s time for Out-of-home (OOH) and mobile advertising to converge. Gamaroff says that until now, OOH has been a ‘faith-based’ form of advertising: It seems to work, but is hard to measure. Mobile is measurable, but not terribly viewable: the… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: AppLift CEO Tim Koschella

AppLift CEO Tim Koschella tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that automation, native ads and video ads are all increasingly important to the mobile-app business. AppLift uses advertising to help app makers launch their apps, convert visitors into buyers, and then remind them of the app so they keep using it. Music: “Morning Rays” by… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Aki Technologies CEO Scott Swanson

Aki Technologies CEO Scott Swanson tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that Aki was able recently to raise $3.75 million because it targets users based on “ad receptivity” — that is, on the kind of moment they’re probably having. Swanson says too few ad campaigns offer enough creatives to reach people appropriately. Music: “Morning Rays”… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Smart AdServer CMO Corey Kronengold

Smart AdServer CMO Corey Kronengold tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that a recent Google announcement — that it will downgrade the search ranking of mobile sites that use “intrusive interstitials” — represents an abuse of power by the search giant. Kronengold argues that it’s simply not Google’s place to tell publishers how to generate… Continue reading »

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