Vserv.mobi, a popular mobile advertising exchange, launched on Thursday a little something for the benefit of eCommerce called “Search Intent Ads.”
These ads represent a new advertising format that integrates the power of search into mobile ads.
This format is designed to help marketers attain relevant consumers and facilitate their buying decisions “via a seamless in-ad search strategy.”
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In case you missed it, here are some of the top stories in mobile marketing and advertising we’ve been following this week.
If 3D is the next big thing in smartphones, should mobile marketers begin thinking about this technology and how it may be harnessed? Although it’s important to not let the imagination run completely wild about this prospect, it’s difficult to keep the mind from wondering this week as speculation emerges that Amazon is about to roll out a game-changing smartphone in the next two to three months.
While the U.S. and Great Britain have consistently led the way for mobile marketing’s growth, Spain has made huge leaps in the mobile marketing world in recent years.
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Aiming to expand the capabilities of brand metrics offered by their company, comScore, says that “actionable brand metrics” for mobile ad campaigns are now available to its advertiser and publisher clients.
The offering is being pushed through comScore’s validated Campaign Essentials Mobile (vCE Mobile) and validated Media Essentials Mobile (vME Mobile).
These ad measurement solutions provide demographic delivery insights for ads appearing on smartphones and tablets, both in-app and via mobile web. With actionable data to measure the performance of brand advertising, from both a campaign and inventory management perspective, advertisers and publishers now have cross-media comparable metrics – such as demographic delivery, reach, frequency and GRPs – to optimize their media allocations.
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Pulsate is out with a new end-to-end marketing platform for the physical world. The start-up provides what is described as a cloud platform and its own micro-context iBeacons that allow companies to supposedly “turbocharge” customer engagement.
Pulsate, which can sit behind any brand’s existing mobile app, will initially be targeted at large retailers, with future plans to expand the offering to venues, and transport.
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Earlier this month, the team at GetFeedback.com unveiled the latest release of it’s customer survey product.
GetFeedback.com Spring ’14 marks the second major product release since the company opened its doors to the public earlier this year.
“The new product brings advanced new capabilities and deep levels of customization and personalization, allowing organizations of any size to connect with and listen to their customers in an entirely new way,” the company tells MMW in written statement.
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With smartphone penetration in the U.S. market now well above 60%, it’s clear that smartphones have “arrived.”
But now that smartphones have thoroughly wowed us with their potential, have the makers of today’s leading smartphones stopped innovating like they used to?
It’s no secret that Apple has faced a barrage of criticisms stemming from the company’s perceived sluggish penchant for innovation. But such critical barbs are now prevalent across the hardware landscape.
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There’s a covert operation underway at Yahoo today (okay, so maybe it’s not exactly covert any longer, but it’s serious stuff nonetheless).
Yahoo’s chief executive officer, Marissa Mayer, is poised to make the pitch of her career in the coming weeks. And it’s to Apple.
According to knowledgeable industry sources, Yahoo’s boss wants to win Apple’s affections and inspire the iDevice maker to dump Google and make Yahoo the default search engine on all Apple products.
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