Mobile Marketing

Location intelligence provider GroundTruth announced that its self-service advertising platform will offer an automated visit-optimization capability. That means bidding is optimized for campaigns and creatives that drive physical store visits. It will become available in January 2020. Range of location-related targeting options. The company’s self-service Ads Manager offers a range of location-based targeting options including audience
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First-party data is your most important advantage in today’s highly regulated marketing environment. And customer conversations have become your ultimate first-party data source. In fact, for marketers who work in industries that rely on phone calls to close sales, they’ve become a holy grail. But extracting value from first party data hasn’t been easy —
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Despite the fact mobile devices are now the dominant way that consumers browse and search the internet, mobile ad clicks and conversions are less valuable than those on the desktop. That’s according to an analysis of 10 million ad clicks across 100 accounts by digital marketing agency AccuraCast. Mobile conversions growing but less valuable. But
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For several years, many SEOs have been proclaiming the end of small business (SMB) websites. The theory is that third party destinations (GMB, Facebook, Yelp, etc.) have taken over and SMB sites will rarely see consumer visits if at all. GMB now is so widely used and so complete, the argument goes, that consumers never
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Is it time for your brand to get mobile? Mobile marketing, if you’re not already familiar, is a set of business strategies that enable organizations to communicate with people in an interactive and relevant way through any mobile device. While your approach to mobile marketing may change over time, the reason for doing it remains the same: to delight, engage,
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Good news, mobile marketing teams: user retention doesn’t have to be a losing battle. There was once a time when growth was the name of the game in mobile marketing, but the tides are turning. Installs alone are not enough to propel apps to the top of the app store’s search results—mobile engagement and retention
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