Mobile Marketing

While you have access to end-to-end customer journey data and attribution from purely digital campaigns, the data trail goes cold when your customer picks up the phone. Call tracking and analytics platforms, which were once the domain of the call center and siloed from marketing, are now available to help marketers attribute digital marketing spend
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With greater consumer adoption of smartphones and the high functionality apps within them, there can be no doubt that mobile has taken over. In fact, according to a recent study by eMarketer, mobile claimed about 70% of the total US digital advertising space in 2018, while AppsFlyer predicts app install ad spend will grow 45%
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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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Today’s consumers have made mobile calls an integral part of their purchase journeys, as they seek more immediate gratification of their business information wants and needs. Phone calls provide deep-in-the-funnel prospects with fast answers, connections to real people and the type of detailed information that can play an important role in high-consideration purchases. For marketers,
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Marketing automation means a lot of things. It’s an umbrella term that covers everything from intelligent, data-driven campaigns to deep audience segmentation.  Within this category, mobile marketing automation has emerged to cater specifically to app marketers. While the principles remain the same, mobile marketing automation connects directly to mobile-only messaging channels like push notifications and in-app
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A new bidding option and YouTube inventory were among the announcements for app marketers running Google App campaigns (formerly Universal App Campaigns). Google announced the updates at its I/O developer conference Wednesday. Target ROAS bidding. With Google’s target return on ad spend (tROAS) automated bidding, the algorithm will automatically adjust bids higher to serve ads
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MoPub, the Twitter-owned mobile ad exchange, announced Tuesday it is making impression-level revenue data available to publishers and has partnered with seven third-party attribution platforms to deliver the data. The platforms include Adjust, Appsflyer, Branch, Kochava, Singular, SOOMLA and Tenjin. The impression-level revenue data will be delivered in real-time once an ad impression is triggered
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