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Adobe Report: Facebook Ad Business Continues to Grow

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April 22nd 2014
Author
Adotas

ADOTAS — Today, Adobe released its Q1 Social Intelligence Report analyzing social media data and trends around Facebook and other industry players including Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr and LinkedIn. The report is the most comprehensive in the industry and looks at paid, earned and owned social media using 260 billion FB ad impressions, ... more...

Five Ways Retailers Can Make Christmas Shopping Sparkle

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November 26th 2013
Author
Bernard Luthi

ADOTAS – Retailers worldwide are wishing for a plentiful Christmas this year. While some forecasters are giving conservative estimates, others are suggesting that 2013 could be one of the best shopping seasons in recent years[i]. Either way the Christmas shopping period remains one of the most important times of the ... more...

Adobe Report Finds Twitter Revenue Per Visit Up 300%; Facebook Strong On Ad ROI

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October 28th 2013
Author
Press Release

SAN JOSE, October 28, 2013 (ADOTAS) — Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) today released its first annual Social Media Intelligence report examining paid, earned and owned social media trends. Key findings of the Adobe Digital Index report show Twitter and Pinterest with the biggest, year-over-year (YoY) jump in revenue per visitor (RPV) ... more...

Adobe Mobile Benchmark Report: Apple iOS Reclaims its Dominance

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April 25th 2013
Author
Adotas

ADOTAS — With its smooth touch screen and mobile opti­mized browser, iPhone became the pre­ferred smart­phone for surf­ing the web soon after its launch, and remained that way until the mid­dle of 2010 when Android phones sur­passed iPhones. How­ever, since being offered on the Ver­i­zon net­work in Feb­ru­ary 2011, the ... more...

Super Bowl Advertisers Can Expect a 20% Increase in Web Traffic; Mobile Video Viewing Will Double on Super Bowl Sunday

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January 29th 2013
Author
Tamara Gaffney

Those of us in the advertising profession don’t view the Super Bowl like most Americans do. Most viewers will be focused on watching their big screen TVs, eating Super Bowl munchies and hoping for their favorite team to score another touchdown. Marketers, however, think of it as the Oscars of ... more...