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Webmoblink Launches RTB Exchange for Mobile and Online Advertising

Written on
March 3rd 2014
Author
Press Release

MIAMI, February 27, 2014 (ADOTAS) — Webmoblink, the leading global, independent and privately owned mobile ad network with a solid expertise in the LATAM and US Hispanic markets, have entered the programmatic exchange fray. Being the first mobile ad network to launch its own real-time bidding (RTB) marketplace for both mobile ... more...

Leverage the Value of the Second-Screen Trend – Now and After the Holiday Shopping Season

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December 19th 2013
Author
Christine Oliveri

ADOTAS – This holiday season, the increasingly popular second-screen phenomenon – where people simultaneously use TVs, tablets, laptops and smartphones – has been creating numerous opportunities for companies to enhance engagement between consumers and their brand. Over the last several years, second screens have quickly become popular sources for consumers researching ... more...

Study Shows Huge Disconnect Between What Marketers Need From Their Data And What They Are Getting

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November 14th 2013
Author
Press Release

SILICON SLOPES, Utah, November 14, 2013 (ADOTAS) – Data is the lifeblood of marketing, yet marketers are extremely frustrated with their business information. There is a growing disconnect between what marketers want and need from their data and what they are actually getting, according to a new report by Domo, ... more...

Infographic: How Google Makes Money from Mobile

Written on
March 6th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

WordStream’s founder and mobile marketing expert, Larry Kim, has published this infographic that breaks down Google’s mobile products. “As you can see, Google’s Mobile Product Strategy consists of key products in four areas: Mobile Advertising, Mobile Devices, Mobile Content and Mobile Apps,” says Kim. “Can more monetization be that far behind?” Read ... more...

Is Content Marketing the Future? Lessons for the Digital Engagement Path

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December 20th 2012
Author
Daniel Laury

With the 2012 elections receding in the rear-view mirror, digital marketing pros are taking note of lessons to be learned from the Obama campaign’s success, especially its use of technology. After setting new standards with its 2008 win, the campaign made it clear that technology and social media were still integral ... more...