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  • Being found (or getting lost) in China

    Being found (or getting lost) in China

    To increase the popularity of their Internet content in China, companies must be ranked as high as possible in the Baidu or Sogou search ranking, the country’s top search engines.

  • Can the Art of War teach us how to pioneer an innovation industry?

    Can the Art of War teach us how to pioneer an innovation industry?

    It is an inconvenient truth that from the dawn of mankind, war has been a sad feature of the human condition. Human conflict comes at enormous cost with its impacts on people and society.

  • Embracing the ‘power of and’ is vital to succeed in new era of connectivity

    Embracing the ‘power of and’ is vital to succeed in new era of connectivity

    Operators need to take a holistic approach to their network and embrace the ‘power of and’ if they are to meet rising customer demand, improve scalability and reduce network complexity, Nokia’s president of Fixed Networks, Federico Guillén, said during a keynote conference session at Broadband World Forum. There is no single technology or access mode which will deliver ubiquitous ultrafast connectivity, he emphasized, instead a combination of technologies is required.

  • Retarus issues warning about spam wave claiming to offer stock market tips

    Retarus issues warning about spam wave claiming to offer stock market tips

    The security experts at Retarus are warning users about a spam wave spreading quickly across email inboxes. The email security provider has recently recorded a sharp rise in the volume of messages proposing that readers buy supposedly promising shares. By means of these investment recommendations, cyber criminals are trying to influence the share price of specific companies to their own advantage.

  • It’s never too late to NOT grow up

    It’s never too late to NOT grow up

    Ever since our drawings of stick figures were hung up on the fridge at home, we’ve been telling the world what we want to be when we grow up. Even our dress-up toys (the little plastic stethoscope for a birthday present; fireman’s hat; the police badge) subtly beg the question: “What will you be when you grow up?” Yet, considering that many children at primary school today will end up in jobs that don’t even exist yet, the idea of ‘what I want to be when I grow up’ is more confusing than ever before.

  • Essential programmatic buying know-how

    Essential programmatic buying know-how

    Programmatic represents the culmination of decades of innovation in data technology and addressable media. Buying digital advertising space by auction via respective platforms in real-time.is clearly gaining momentum.

  • Roll-out of AdAsia Digital Platform for Publishers

    Roll-out of AdAsia Digital Platform for Publishers

    AdAsia Holdings just launched AdAsia Digital Platform for Publishers, an integrated yield management platform that opens online media owners to multiple revenue streams.

  • Mobile-first Indexing and what website operators should consider to meet with success

    Mobile-first Indexing and what website operators should consider to meet with success

    More and more people are using smartphones and tablets to surf the internet, so that mobile search accounts for around half of all search queries by now.

  • Optimize templates for smartphones and don’t allow Outlook to thwart newsletters

    Optimize templates for smartphones and don’t allow Outlook to thwart newsletters

    Optimizing emails for smartphones is challenging, since they have up-to-the-minute requirements and the fact that Outlook can only table design. The much-used Microsoft Outlook is technically based on a Microsoft Word-machine and therefore can’t do much. Among other things, for instance, no current HTML interpretation, which is why newsletters must still be programmed in long-outdated table design and inline styles to be correctly displayed in Outlook. Unfortunately, many programmers do not even know anymore how to do that today.

  • Growth in marketing budgets stalled in 2017, still increased investment in digital advertising can be expected, Gartner reveals

    Growth in marketing budgets stalled in 2017, still increased investment in digital advertising can be expected, Gartner reveals

    Growth in marketing budgets has stalled after continued increases over recent years, according to a survey by Gartner, Inc. that states marketing budgets hit a plateau in 2017 after three years of growth, with budgets falling from 12.1% of company revenue in 2016 to 11.3% in 2017, representing a return to 2015 levels. Hence, CMOs have modest expectations in 2018. Only 15% say they expect a significant increase in budget; 52% expect a slight increase, and one-third even expect their budgets to be cut or frozen.

  • CtrlShift reorganizes its business around new SaaS offering – The Hub

    CtrlShift reorganizes its business around new SaaS offering – The Hub

    Digital advertising is estimated to account for 38% of total ad spend (USD59 billion) in the Asia Pacific region this year and to increase by 5.6%. This auspicious prospect could be the reason for the audience solutions company CtrlShift to rethink its business offerings.

  • The rise of voice assistants changes the SEO world

    The rise of voice assistants changes the SEO world

    Voice assistant technology isn’t really something new, but with advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning, it got tremendous attention and adoption has grown fast in recent years. The reasons for the success are clear, since voice-enabled devices and digital assistants allow consumers to engage through one of the most natural forms of communication, besides being convenient, fast, and easy to put into practice. To no surprise, Gartner expects 20% of user interactions to take place via voice assistant technologies on smartphones by 2019.

  • Ad platforms need to break out of ‘Walled Gardens’

    Ad platforms need to break out of ‘Walled Gardens’

    A new report from Juniper Research has found that advertisers will lose an estimated $19 billion to fraudulent activities next year, equivalent to $51 million per day. This figure, representing advertising on online and mobile devices, will continue to rise, reaching $44 billion by 2022.

  • The basics for successful email marketing

    The basics for successful email marketing

    The newsletter is still the marketing tool with the best cost-benefit factor. No wonder then that email marketing remains one of the most popular digital marketing methods. Company newsletters clearly offer many options for customer loyalty and increased sales, if a clear strategy is in place that considers unique KPIs.

This week's highlights

Email Marketing’s Top Trends in 2018

Category: November 2017 - Email Marketing and Integrative Lead Management
Do you know which marketing strategies you should consider next year? In what direction email marketing trends are heading? Well, start to get informed, not only because 2017 is coming to an end and h
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The basics for successful email marketing

Category: November 2017 - Email Marketing and Integrative Lead Management
The newsletter is still the marketing tool with the best cost-benefit factor. No wonder then that email marketing remains one of the most popular digital marketing methods. Company newsletters clearly
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Why it’s better to be in Beta

Category: November 2017 - Email Marketing and Integrative Lead Management
What do Steve Jobs and notorious architect Frank Gehry have in common? Would you believe us if we told you it was failure? Jobs was fired from the company he founded by the age of thirty and did not a
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Havas Media released Millennial Codes that reveal how Millennials think, feel and act

Category: November 2017 - Email Marketing and Integrative Lead Management
The media network of leading global advertising and communications group Havas embarked on a 2-year in-depth ethnography study of Millennials living in key cities across Asia Pacific:  Bangkok, J
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Adobe and Microsoft unveiled the next milestone in their strategic partnership

Category: November 2017 - Email Marketing and Integrative Lead Management
Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe’s industry-leading content management solution in Adobe Marketing Cloud, is now integrated with Microsoft Dynamics 365, which provides universal web standards and
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Previous articles

Three guys walk into a bar…

Category: October 2017 - Programmatic & Native Advertising
The opening line ‘ Three guys walk in to a bar…’ has fueled the material of comedians from Lenny Bruce to Jerry Lewis. For a surfer, a gamer and an engineer, it plays on our notions
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Choosing people over process = tomorrow’s take on performance

Category: October 2017 - Programmatic & Native Advertising
It’s Friday night. The city’s finest restaurant is bathed in candlelight, while a couple clinks to ten years and sips on overpriced champagne. This evening was long awaited; the prospect o
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Are we evolving at such a high rate of change that generational schemata become irrelevant?

Category: October 2017 - Programmatic & Native Advertising
Anne M. Schüller and Alex T. Steffen just released their book “Fit for die Next Economy: Sustainable with the Digital Natives”, which is currently only available in German, but got my
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Essential programmatic buying know-how

Category: October 2017 - Programmatic & Native Advertising
Programmatic represents the culmination of decades of innovation in data technology and addressable media. Buying digital advertising space by auction via respective platforms in real-time.is clearly
Read more...

Native advertising

Category: October 2017 - Programmatic & Native Advertising
Material in an online publication, which resembles the publication's editorial content but is paid for by an advertiser and intended to promote the advertiser's product, is called native advertising.
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Previous month's highlights

The rise of voice assistants changes the SEO world

Category: August 2017 - Search Engine Marketing & Optimzation

Voice assistant technology isn’t really something new, but with advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning, it got tremendous attention and adoption has grown fast in recent years. The reasons for the success are clear, since voice-enabled devices and digital assistants allow consumers to engage through one of the most natural forms of communication, besides being convenient, fast, and easy to put into practice. To no surprise, Gartner expects 20% of user interactions to take place via voice assistant technologies on smartphones by 2019.

How deep learning turned sci-fi-esque predictive intelligence into reality

Category: August 2017 - Search Engine Marketing & Optimzation

20 years ago, IBM’s supercomputer Deep Blue defeated world chess champion Gary Kasparov in a historical first victory for artificial intelligence. Today, supercomputers are smart enough to easily beat not only chess players, but also succeed in similarly sophisticated games, like the 3000-year-old Chinese game of Go, and most recently, poker challenges against multiple human pros. These wins against humans were results from artificial intelligence.

SEO gets even more difficult

Category: August 2017 - Search Engine Marketing & Optimzation

Around the world, SEO is almost exclusively about Google, the world's most popular search engine, with a market share of 80.52 percent as of March 2017. In some Asian countries, however, local search engines top Google’s popularity, such as Baidu in China, homegrown search portal Naver in South Korea, or Yahoo! Japan and Yahoo! Taiwan in the respective countries.

Acquisition of Algo strengthens Meltwater’s media intelligence platform

Category: August 2017 - Search Engine Marketing & Optimzation

Meltwater just announced the acquisition of Algo, a real-time data analytics platform powered by the most advanced machine learning techniques available. Meltwater,a leader in media intelligence, has been founded in 2001 by CEO Jorn Lyseggen with only $15,000, and is actively seeking investment opportunities and partnerships to continue expanding its media intelligence services globally.

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Header bidding is great – but Southeast Asia isn’t ready

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

3 tips for marketers to track the effectiveness of ads

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

Microsoft advances the next frontier of computing with cloud, AI and mixed reality

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

Opera introduces first browser to support 360-degree videos in virtual reality headsets

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

VR/AR, AI and machine learning define the future of marketing

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

Immersive marketing

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

Ad platforms need to break out of ‘Walled Gardens’

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

Gartner expects AI, digital platform and immersive experiences to drive digital business

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing

How to train your dragon

Category: September 2017 - Immersive and Engagement Marketing
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