Cross-device marketing is the realization of the multi-touch ideal in digital advertising, where ROAS isn’t based on just probability and cookies.
Emerging as a result of the viewability debate, cross device measurement, mobile concerns, and a handful of other changes in the advertising landscape, the challenge of how, when and what kind of advertising strategies and technologies to adopt can be overwhelming.
Every CIO has to eventually face the decision on whether to build a datacenter or move to the cloud. This is especially true for companies with infrastructures of a certain size.
Though you might have thought it spelled the end of Myspace, the social media pioneer never went away; it just faded into the background. But now it’s bringing itself back to the fore, with massive growth numbers and a new persona.
2014 Annual Report Identifies Key Trends in Digital Video around Viewability, Completion Rate, Engagement and Cross-Device Format
Unveiling Specific Media’s Direct Match Platform
People-Based Solution Allows Marketers to Deterministically Connect to Discrete Consumer Groups Across Connected Devices
It appears as though MySpace made a small comeback with the Google Knowledge Graph update. In January of this year, Google added social media markup to companies’ knowledge graph boxes. Alongside Google+, now sits Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn, and MySpace.
Between December 2013 and December 2014, the one-time Facebook competitor MySpace grew 469%.
We’ve all heard the expression, “actions speak louder than words.” That phrase rings especially true in the ad tech space, as the industry intuitively know what it should be doing and how it should be acting – but defiantly stands back and does little to fundamentally change.