Saturday Oct 20th

  • The 4th Industrial Revolution creates a customer divide that Salesforce knows how to tackle

    The 4th Industrial Revolution creates a customer divide that Salesforce knows how to tackle

    Salesforce announced new innovations across marketing, commerce and service enabling brands worldwide to deliver smarter, more personalized and connected customer experiences. In addition, Salesforce and Google continued to deliver on their strategic partnership with new integrations between Salesforce Marketing Cloud and Google Analytics 360 becoming available. Salesforce is showcasing these innovations and more at Connections, where top brands gather to learn how they can deliver next-generation customer engagement.

  • Getting Google’s attention with voice-based search

    Getting Google’s attention with voice-based search

    Google Voice Search doesn’t seem to be a dream of the future anymore, although it is clearly still in its infancy. In a few years, however, experts predict voice-based search will have revolutionized online user behavior fundamentally. So, seize your chance to ensure your presence in the ‘market of the future’ by taking appropriate SEO measures now. Get a head start, since there are still only a few retailers aligning their marketing strategy in this area.

  • Be connected on the go

    Be connected on the go

    Mobility is gaining traction worldwide. By 2022, more than 4 in 10 employees around the world are expected to be mobile, according to Strategy Analytics and IDC reported that global spending on mobility-related hardware, software, and services – such as smartphones, enterprise mobility management software and mobile connectivity services will reach US$1.72 trillion by 2021, up by 8.5% compared to last year.

  • Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML)

    Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML)

    The Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML) is an XML-based predictive model interchange format that provides a way for analytic applications to describe and exchange predictive models produced by data mining and machine learning algorithms. Version 1.0 was published in 1999 and Version 4.0 ten years later.

  • Blockchain technology – trendsetter and transformer

    Blockchain technology – trendsetter and transformer

    The trending topic in IT, Blockchain, keeps the tech industry currently on its toes, as the distributed, decentralized database of blocks is considered impossible to get hacked: Many different servers verify algorithms for storing and uploading information, besides allowing all users of the network to see all the histories of changes or adjustments to a file or a block. Due to the security of decentralized storage and the elimination of third-party verification of transactions, processes can be automated.

  • Digital voice assistants set a trend in the SEO market of the future

    Digital voice assistants set a trend in the SEO market of the future

    In the age of digitization, the consumption of content across different channels often changes quickly. Anyway, the search for content itself has remained relatively constant, since search engines are dominant for many years - with Google taking the lead and being far ahead of all competitors. At least, we see as well more and more digital assistants with speech recognition entering the market, like Apple Siri, Samsung Viv, Amazon Echo, Microsoft Cortana, Facebook M, SoundHound Hound and Google's own product Google Home.

  • Ooyala reports on the rising tide of streaming video content

    Ooyala reports on the rising tide of streaming video content

    Ooyala, a provider of software and solutions that optimize the production, distribution and monetization of media, just presented its Q1 2018 Global Video Index Report. For more than 10 years the company is at the forefront of shaping the OTT and media workflow revolutions as a leading expert in its field.

  • Facebook’s Privacy Policy still seems to be illegitimate

    Facebook’s Privacy Policy still seems to be illegitimate

    Just last week, the GDPR came into force, but privacy advocates immediately got down to work to put the law to the test by getting granular on Facebook, including its subsidiaries Instagram and WhatsApp.

  • Southeast Asian start-up launched first global B2B marketplace for Asian broadcast content

    Southeast Asian start-up launched first global B2B marketplace for Asian broadcast content

    AllRites just announced the launch of a global B2B marketplace for Asian film, tv, and sports broadcast content, providing an online platform to discover, negotiate and purchase content rights.

  • PHD and Volkswagen launch Engine for data-driven advertising

    PHD and Volkswagen launch Engine for data-driven advertising

    PHD announced the launch of Engine, a specialist unit built for automotive brand Volkswagen, which has been designed to capitalize on the volume of anonymous data being generated by consumers researching cars online. The new approach, which will roll out globally in Q4 this year, will ensure Volkswagen can deliver relevant content to consumers as they move through their digital journey to purchasing a vehicle.

  • MediaMath announced new Native Ad offering

    MediaMath announced new Native Ad offering

    MediaMath announced the launch of new creative management offerings and supply partnerships that fully integrate native advertising into its omnichannel DSP, empowering clients to leverage a single platform to manage a larger share of their media spend using a creative format that has proven to be more engaging to consumers.

  • SEGURU: The world’s first safeware application

    SEGURU: The world’s first safeware application

    Ralph Echemendia, better known by his alter ego “The Ethical Hacker,” just announced at Money 20/20, Europe’s largest FinTech event in Amsterdam, the launch of SEGURU, an application created to provide the most secure approach towards a safer digital experience for individuals across the world.

  • Making real-time operational decisions in the blink of an eye

    Making real-time operational decisions in the blink of an eye

    Simply having predictive models that suggest what might be done won’t be enough to stay ahead of the competition, Bill Frank states in his article “Let algorithms decide – and act – for your company”, part of the Harvard Business Review “Predictive Analytics in Practice”.

  • The emotional decision frameworks of Personas are good for automation

    The emotional decision frameworks of Personas are good for automation

    As commonly known, personas are the basis for the right classification of customers in online shops to consequently deliver appropriate campaigns and offers. Generally, five to ten archetypes of buyers must be profiled and the communication, product presentation and possibly also the prices must be adapted to them accordingly. The surfing and click behavior, length of stay, main topics, products that are put into the shopping cart and - in the case of a log-in - also historical transaction data can be used as parameters for the classification.

This week's highlights

The emotional decision frameworks of Personas are good for automation

Category: October 2018 - Personalised & Customer-Centric Content Marketing
As commonly known, personas are the basis for the right classification of customers in online shops to consequently deliver appropriate campaigns and offers. Generally, five to ten archetypes of buyer
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Why customer focus is becoming more important

Category: October 2018 - Personalised & Customer-Centric Content Marketing
Importance of customer-centricity continues to grow explosively in the digital worldThere is general agreement on the importance of customer relations for the creation of value and the success of co
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Automated lead management optimizes marketing and sales - easy and fast

Category: October 2018 - Personalised & Customer-Centric Content Marketing
Today, most shoppers are researching information on the internet - even in the business-to-business (B2B) context. Around 90% of all B2B purchases are already influenced by the website of the provider
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Marketing Automation is much more than just software, useful for any business sectors

Category: September 2018 - Marketing Analytics, Automation & Attribution
Whoever wants to be successful today, needs to provide potential customers with relevant messages in the right place at the right time, especially since digitalization has transformed consumer behavio
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Ooyala Flex Media Platform automates tasks, simplifies workflows and speeds up the time-to-market for content creators and distributors

Category: September 2018 - Marketing Analytics, Automation & Attribution
Ooyala will provide extended support for the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) with the Flex Media Platform, Ooyala’s flexible and configurable content supply chain optimization platform that au
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PHD and Volkswagen launch Engine for data-driven advertising

Category: September 2018 - Marketing Analytics, Automation & Attribution
PHD announced the launch of Engine, a specialist unit built for automotive brand Volkswagen, which has been designed to capitalize on the volume of anonymous data being generated by consumers research
Read more...
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Previous month's highlights

UX and SEO make an unbeatable team

Category: July 2018 - Voice Search & Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

The days when websites were optimized for search engines only and flooded with keywords are long gone. The focus is now on the user and his individual needs and experiences, but the need for a target group-oriented approach is still challenging for many marketers.

Digital voice assistants set a trend in the SEO market of the future

Category: July 2018 - Voice Search & Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

In the age of digitization, the consumption of content across different channels often changes quickly. Anyway, the search for content itself has remained relatively constant, since search engines are dominant for many years - with Google taking the lead and being far ahead of all competitors. At least, we see as well more and more digital assistants with speech recognition entering the market, like Apple Siri, Samsung Viv, Amazon Echo, Microsoft Cortana, Facebook M, SoundHound Hound and Google's own product Google Home.

Technology that raises the bar in the conversational application world

Category: July 2018 - Voice Search & Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

“The next mainstream computing platform may not be bots, AR, or VR, but rather voice-based computing”, Alexandre Linares, Founder of Alpine.AI believes and points out that it is estimated that there will be 24.5 million voice-first devices shipped this year, which will lead to a total device footprint of 33 million devices in circulation.

Google Assistant: Ready to help and spy on you wherever possible

Category: July 2018 - Voice Search & Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

EU regulators just sentenced Google to pay a record-breaking €4.3 billion ($5 billion) fine for Android antitrust violations, in their attempt to force the tech giant to stop the ‘illegal tying of Google’s search and browser apps”.

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Engrossing the thought on Native Advertising

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

CMO Perspective: A Paradigm Shift in How Marketers Use Their Data to Expand Influence

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

Predictive and prescriptive analytics essential in marketing

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

IDG launched its new service platform IGD Asia

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

Making real-time operational decisions in the blink of an eye

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML)

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

Why you need a data strategy for successful data driven marketing

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

Utility at heart of Reuters latest news app

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads

If knowledge is power, then predictive analytics promises the ultimate knowledge

Category: August 2018 - Predictive Algorithms & Native Ads
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