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New comScore Data Reveals Mobile Device, Social Media Preferences Between Young and Old

New comScore Data Reveals Mobile Device Preference Differences Between Young and OldNew data procured from comScore research reveals that there are differences – big differences – not only between how young and old people engage with mobile devices, but also how they use said devices to connect to social media.

“In May 2015,” the research behemoth explains, “almost 90% of the U.S. digital media population visited social networks, which accounted for more than 300 billion minutes of users’ attention. As social networking penetration inches ever closer to reaching the total internet population, differences in how people engage with social networks become more apparent.”

The comScore Mobile Metrix data further reveals that “preferences between tablets and smartphones for social media usage vary depending on the age of the user.”

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First Look: MobileBridge Shows Off What’s New for App-based Marketing Relationship Management

First Look MobileBridge Shows Off What's New for App-based Marketing Relationship Management“How can I get our customers to engage with our branded app on a regular basis in order to generate business?” is the question most mobile marketers ask today, according to an announcement today from MobileBridge.

The answer, the company says, is to leverage available data from CRM and other marketing sources in order to make the engagement as contextual as possible yet also fun and engaging, and on a regular basis.

To make its customers’ in-app engagements more fun and engaging, app-based Marketing Relationship Management solution provider MobileBridge is introducing new functionality into its native content creation module.

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Swrve’s New Predictive Marketing Games Proves a Winner

Swrve’s New Predictive Marketing Games Proves a WinnerThe opening line in a press release from Swrve says it all: The next evolution of mobile gaming is here.

Why? That reality can be attributed to Swrve’s Predictive Marketing for Games.

Available now, Swrve’s new Predictive Marketing for Games helps mobile gaming apps drive engagement and revenue by using predictive analytics, which builds out behavioral profiles and anticipates players’ action or inaction.

An initial campaign run by a mobile game publisher reduced churn by 11 percent, increased number of sessions by 18 percent and increased revenue by 50 percent for a targeted segment of players.

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Can Any Company Afford to Ignore Digital Asset Management and Data Analytics?

Can Any Company Afford to Ignore Digital Asset Management and Data Analytics“The honeymoon is over for marketers when it comes to getting a free pass on proving ROI for their efforts. It’s no different for the products and services used for digital marketing. Digital asset management (DAM) is right at the pointy end of the CEO and customer sword to prove its worth.”

That’s the opener from a long-ish but very instructive recent post by Elliot Sedegah at Adobe’s Digital Marketing blog.

The problem, according to Sedegah?

“Too often … there’s a disconnect between recognizing and then harnessing the impact of an asset,” he explains. “While most marketers know gathering data on content use is important, many still “trust their gut” for making marketing-spend decisions.”

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Wednesday Webinar: How to Evolve Beyond Broadcast Push Notifications

Wednesday Webinar How to Evolve Beyond Broadcast Push NotificationsThis afternoon, the team at FollowAnalytics and MMA will present a webinar that could be of significant value to no shortage of marketers in the modern mobile age.

In short, it’s all about getting personal.

“A great majority of marketers are failing to answer the clarion call from consumers to speak to them on a 1-to-1 basis,” the webinar’s registration page reads. “But some are doing it right. Learn how you can employ emerging technology and smarts to drive sales, engagement and innovation to differentiate yourself from competitive brands and products.”
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Mobile Marketers Gain Push and In-App Messaging Campaign Tracking

Mobile Marketers Gain Push and In-App Messaging Campaign TrackingKochava, a mobile attribution analytics and optimization company, is talking up its newest offering, and one that has mobile marketers taking a close look.

According to details shared with MMW, Kochava is behind a new class of integration through the Kochava Adapter Framework, which integrates “the industry’s best push and in-app messaging providers.”

Kochava designed the Adapter Framework to support its customers’ desires for an omnichannel view of both user acquisition and user re-engagement efforts in a single dashboard.

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Ring-a-Ling! Failure to Track 49% of Mobile Website Conversions Caused by Lack of Call Attribution

Ring-a-Ling Failure to Track 49 percent of Mobile Website Conversions Caused by Lack of Call AttributionA new research report reveals the explosive growth in calls generated from mobile advertising and why marketers, without call attribution, could be missing out on 49 percent of mobile conversions.

DialogTech, a market leader in call analytics and automation for businesses and agencies, wrote the report — titled “The 49% ROI Mistake Marketers Don’t Know They’re Making” — which contends lack of call attribution leads to inaccurate ROI data, as well as an inability to optimize marketing spend.

“With marketing budgets increasingly tied to quantifiable results, the failure to measure all conversions jeopardizes future budgets,” warns DialogTech.

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