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IBM released a statement today confirming it has entered into an agreement to acquire email and marketing automation solutions provider Silverpop for an undisclosed amount. Originally launched as an email marketing company, Silverpop has evolved its offering to include marketing automation and personalization solutions. Listing brands like Mazda and Stonyfield Farm as Silverpop customers, IBM says the acquisition will extend its client base by 8,000 organizations across 50 countries, as well as add to its portfolio of more than 100 SaaS solutions. “Now, nearly any marketing, commerce or customer service professional from any business will have the ability to deliver the kinds of personalized customer experiences that make a measurable impact on the brand experience and the bottom line,” said IBM GM of industry cloud solutions Craig Hayman. While IBM did not share financial details of the deal, it claims the acquisition is expected to close during Q2 of this year.
Yes, Google is removing queries from the referrer on ad clicks, but this story has been overblown. You can still see your paid search queries, and major third-party platforms won't be impacted. Here's everything you need to know about this issue.
The IAB has just released its annual report on US digital advertising. The trade association said that Q4 2013 revenues hit $12.1 billion and full year revenues were $42.8 billion, beating broadcast TV (though not TV in total) for the first time. The 2013 numbers grew by 17 percent over 2012. Last year the IAB reported $36.6 billion in full year ad revenue. One of the highlights, mobile ad revenue hit nearly $7.1 billion, doubling from last year’s $3.4 billion. Digital video also grew significantly to reach nearly $3 billion. Search, which continued to be the largest single category of online advertising, saw revenues of $18.4 billion or 43 percent of total 2013 revenue.
Strikingly “mobile” (which includes multiple formats) was almost as big as online display. Mobile now represents 17 percent of the total, up from 9 percent last year. According to the IAB retailers were the largest single category of online advertisers, spending 21 percent of total online ad dollars in 2013. That was foll…
Giving your website an active role in current events is a lot more efficient than creating media attention from scratch. Here's how you prepare your website for future events so you can attract links with your prompt response.
Hoping to catch the viral success of its original “Beauty Sketches” campaign, Dove has launched a new “Patches” ad built on the premise that women’s self esteem issues are all in our head. In the new ad, “Psychologist and distinguished scholar at Columbia University” conducts a research project, inviting women to use the “revolutionary” RB-X patch, developed to “Enhance the way women perceive their own beauty.” The research participants are asked to apply the patch and keep a video diary, logging how they feel about themselves from day to day. The ad includes clips of the participants saying, at first, they don’t feel a change, but then over the course of 10-days feeling more confidant. One woman tells the camera, “I feel beautiful no matter if I’m sick, tired, or the fact there’s a pimple on my nose.” What the women don’t learn until the end is that the patch they applied is actually a placebo, a simple sticker with zero medicinal qualities. There was a sincerity to Dove’s original “Beau…
I’ve always felt bad for those folks whose offices block the use of Facebook and other social networks! I’m a manager myself, so I get it — you don’t want your employees wasting their time scanning Facebook for the latest from their not-so-closest-friends or shopping for nail polish on Pinterest. But I’ve always thought that blocking the use of social media ultimately just makes your employees want to use it even more, thus distracting them and having a negative impact on productivity. Of course, as a digital marketer, access to social media is absolutely necessary to my job, so I’ll never have to worry about that. The trends in digital marketing today (branding is back and content marketing is king) dictate that marketers must be abreast of the latest trends and seek out new ways to position their products and brands. Social media is essentially a vehicle for content. Even personal users are there to share and interact with pieces of content from their friends, family, influencers, brand…
Whether it's a pre-roll ad on YouTube or some original promotional content, online video advertising can offer value to businesses of all sizes. Small businesses in particular have found that digital videos can boost awareness, website traffic and sales in a cost-effective, budget-friendly way.
Everyone has been concerned about the potential of Google expanding "(not provided)" to also encompass paid search. Google has confirmed that AdWords is removing the query from the referrer on ad clicks originating from SSL searches on Google.com.
Buffer, the social media scheduling and discovery tool, upgraded its iOS app today and says it now offers most of the features of its desktop client. Like Klout, which also released an iOS app upgrade this week, Buffer touts its service as solution for people who want to boost their social media activity without spending all day on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. The service enables users to write a series of social posts and set them to trickle out during the day. It also has a content suggestion feature for those who need help with finding interesting information to share. Now Buffer users will be able to better manage that effort while they are on the go. The redesign, optimized for iOS7, provides full control of scheduling and editing posts, real-time updates to the Buffer queue (even when not using the app), the ability to send native retweets on Twitter and the full engagement analytics offered on the desktop version. Users who pay for the $102 “Awesome” service or one of t…
What are people looking for when they search for a local business? What do they expect to find? Do they convert? The answer to these questions are explored in the latest research commissioned by Neustar and 15miles, conducted by comScore.
Following the recent introduction of its quarterly Brand Channel Leaderboard, YouTube has posted a March Ads Leaderboard, ranking its top ten paid ads for last month based on viewcount. According to YouTube, the No. 1 video ad for the month is from a nonprofit organization. With over 28 millions views, Save the Children UK’s “Most Shoking Second a Day” video outranked videos from brands like Samsung, Old Spice and Subaru. There is a notable disparity between the number of views for the top two videos and the rest of the list. Both the No. 1 and No. 2 videos generated over 20 million views each, while the No. 3 ranked ad from Old Spice earned under five million views. Samsung took the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, with its “Official Introduction” ad for the Galaxy S5 phone winning over 23 million views, and its “Galaxy S5 Official Hands-on” video earning over three million views. The tenth ranked video, an ad from The Oregon Tourism Commission, earned only 104,561 views. YouTube’s Ad Leaderboard f…
Google's Matt Cutts recently took part in an online interview that was extremely link heavy. The article sparked much debate about affiliate links, paid links, and whether the linking taking place in this type of interview is natural or spammy.
Everyone has been concerned about the potential of Google moving "(not provided)" to also encompass paid search. Now a new report says AdWords will no stop supplying third parties with paid search query data within the next few weeks.
Facebook is increasing the size of its right-hand column ads. The move, announced today in a Facebook for Business blog post, is intended to make such ads more prominent and visually consistent those appearing in users’ News Feeds. Here’s the new look compared to the current offering:
Of note, according to Facebook:
Facebook users will see fewer right-column ads. In testing of the new design, it has seen up to three times more engagement with ads. Marketers’ Facebook ad production process will be simplified because they will be able to use the same images for News Feed and right-column ads.
Facebook says it will be offering the new ad product to some advertisers later this month and rolling it out across the board later this year. What do you think? Is a change for the better?