Don't be fooled by this terrible social media marketing advice.
Ad blocking started as an initiative by independent developers who wanted to improve our browsing experience. Now that at least one company, Apple, has made Content Blocking "official", ad-supported
Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Ignore the Metrics
It's transactional. While your fingers may have done the walking in the olden days of the Yellow Pages, your thumb does the shopping today on a mobile device - pointing, clicking and buying in one, smooth motion. Global mCommerce sales are forecast by Goldman Sachs to triple to $626 billion in 2018, a sum almost equal to all the stuff sold on all the world's digital platforms in 2013. The convenience and customization of mobile shopping streamlines commerce like never before. It's measurable. The bundles of Big Data captured through mobile computing give marketers the ability to generate an unprecedented amount of actionable insights about consumers. As the art and science of targeting improve, marketers will further sharpen the pinpoint propositions they put to individual consumers. At the same time brands use data to boost the efficiency and efficacy of their advertising, they will tally clickthrough, sellthough and other metrics to continuously fine-tune their tactics. It's unavoidable. Because mobile advertising will force marketers to be accountable for the costs and results of their campaigns, advertisers are bound to hold publishers accountable for their performance, too. As mobile becomes the primary platform for digital - if not all - publishing, it will demand ever greater sophistication from every publisher aiming to succeed in the interactive realm. Publishers will have to have the technology and the personnel necessary to capture data, categorize customers, target offers, analyze performance and dynamically tweak their content and advertising offerings to continuously improve performance. In other words, legacy media companies hoping to succeed in mobile publishing can't get away with simply selling buckets of miniaturized, run-of-site banners.
IN ADVERTISING, an old adage holds, half the money spent is wasted; the problem is that no one knows which half. This should be less of a problem in online advertising, since readers' tastes and habits can be tracked, and ads tailored accordingly.
And yes, it would be bad if native advertising increases dramatically because everyone has adblockers.
A German court says Adblock software is legal, but is it such a big deal for the web advertising model?
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