The Future of Advertising: Page-Level Targeting

| February 26, 2018

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Page-level targeting is a solution that can work as a stand-alone targeting tool (critical for products and services for which marketers are barred from collecting cookie data due to regulatory reasons), as well as to complement cookies for marketers who need a deeper level of contextual targeting. The strategy focuses message placement based on very specific content criteria.

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6sense’s Account Based Orchestration Platform helps revenue teams compete and win in the age of Account Based Buying by putting the power of AI, big data and machine learning behind every member of the B2B revenue team, empowering them to uncover anonymous buying behavior, prioritize fragmented data to focus on accounts in market, and engage resistant buying teams with personalized, omni-channel, multi-touch campaigns. 6sense helps revenue teams know everything they need to know about their buyers so they can easily do anything they need to do to generate more opportunities, increase deal size, get into opportunities sooner, compete and win more often.

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Adding Value Through Mobile App Advertising in the Wake of COVID-19

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As most of America shelters in place, we’re now spending our time differently. This ultimately begs the question: Where are we now shifting our focus without the distractions of getting ready or commuting? You guessed it, we’re on our phones. On the mobile app front, we’re seeing a major uptick in time spent across categories such as gaming, mental/physical health, and fintech/news. From February to March, AppsFlyer noted a 15 percent increase in global organic app installs. As more people stay in, they’re turning to mobile apps to connect, pass the time and obtain information. With today’s ever-changing climate, it’s imperative for brands to be strategic with how they’re talking to consumers.

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Google Launches Over $800M Plan to Respond to Covid-19 Crisis

Article | March 29, 2020

According to a post by Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google is announcing a new over $800m plan to support small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), health organizations and governments, and health workers on the frontline of this global pandemic. $250m in ad grants to help the World Health Organization (WHO) and more than 100 government agencies globally provide critical information on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other measures to help local communities. This is an increase from the initial $25m announced last month. In addition, the company is providing $20m in ad grants to community financial institutions and NGOs specifically to run public service announcements on relief funds and other resources for SMBs.

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Mobile Advertising is Booming in APAC While Efforts Increase to Combat Fraud

Article | February 28, 2020

Mobile ad spending increased by almost 20% in the APAC region throughout 2019 with forecasts predicting it will surpass over $106 billion in 2020. Although the mobile advertising market is thriving, APAC still suffers from high rates of fraud, as well as issues with viewability measurement. As an industry, we need to continue pushing each other to implement robust anti-fraud awareness programs and technologies throughout the region. There are currently three significant programs having an impact on combating mobile and in-app advertising fraud and improving viewability measurement globally. Let’s explore how these are stacking up in the fast-growing APAC market.

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Channel 4 slashes content budget owing to advertisement revenue drop

Article | April 9, 2020

Channel 4 is expected to cut its programming budget by nearly £150 million while furloughing about 100 staff to fight and survive any financial woes brought by the coronavirus crisis. The broadcaster, that is mostly funded by TV advertising, as well as being publicly owned expects to face a slump in the advertising revenue by 50% in the coming two months. It was estimated that Channel 4 was left with finances for six months only without having to make any cuts. The management of the broadcaster that includes Ian Katz, the director of programs as well as Alex Mahon, the chief executive will be taking a pay cut of 20% and will also not be receiving any bonus. Channel 4 also made an announcement that about 10% out of over 900 staff are expected to be furloughed.

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6sense’s Account Based Orchestration Platform helps revenue teams compete and win in the age of Account Based Buying by putting the power of AI, big data and machine learning behind every member of the B2B revenue team, empowering them to uncover anonymous buying behavior, prioritize fragmented data to focus on accounts in market, and engage resistant buying teams with personalized, omni-channel, multi-touch campaigns. 6sense helps revenue teams know everything they need to know about their buyers so they can easily do anything they need to do to generate more opportunities, increase deal size, get into opportunities sooner, compete and win more often.

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