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You’ll Soon Be Able to Promote Your Mobile App with Ease Using Google’s Universal App Campaigns
Mobile apps can be great for improving user experience and increasing customer loyalty. For this to happen, marketers have one big hurdle to overcome – getting users to download their apps. Luckily there’s a platform for that.
Announced last month, Google’s Universal App Campaigns will combine the power of Google’s various ad platforms, including AdMob, Google Play, AdWords, the Google Display Network (GDN) and YouTube into a single app promotion platform that promises to arm marketers with near-omniscient visibility, making it easier than ever to promote your mobile app on a variety of platforms. Read More »
Earlier this month, Google announced a variety of new AdWords features at their #StepInsideAdWords event held in Half Moon Bay, CA. During this event, VP of Product Management Jerry Dischler described what he called a “fractured” customer journey that begins and ends with mobile. Dischler described these as “micro-moments.” If you’re alive today, you’re aware of micro-moments, those occasions when you say to yourself “I wonder if…” “I wonder how…” and, of course, “I want to buy…”
In these moments, Dischler said, users are not brand-loyal. And the marketers who respond to their needs with relevant content will win. Read More »
According to Intel, by the year 2020 there will be 200 billion smart devices connected to the Internet. That’s 26 networked devices for every person on the planet. It’s easy to see why people are starting to get really excited about the future Internet of Things (IoT), but what does it mean for marketers? Read More »