Consumers Want Personalization And Privacy
JUNE 12, 2015
Consumers say that they hate advertising, but the truth is that they hate bad/untargeted advertising. Advertising works when it knows its audience. Consumers who are interested, willfully seek out these ads, watch them, share and - ultimately - buy the products or services. Do you feel that Amazon is breaching your privacy? The reasoning is that consumers have completely confused the difference between "privacy" and "personalization." privacy. tv advertising. Tags: advertising. Have you ever shopped on Amazon ? Of course, you have.
The Other Side Of Privacy
MAY 16, 2011
You can't throw a rock and not hit a concern about privacy and the use of our data online. From newer media initiatives (think Facebook Beacon ) to cyber-attacks (see what Sony has been dealing with ), not a week goes by that some sort of privacy breach or plans for a corporation to do something funky with consumer's data isn't in the news. This will result in activities like targeting you with advertising or even leaking your usage to a third-party (like an advertiser or media company). Sorry, I'm not buying that. The other side of privacy. privacy.
Advertising Flight 2020: Destination “The Future” @whartonfoa #whartonfoa – The Wharton Future of Advertising Program’s Advertising 2020 Project
Blue Focus Marketing
FEBRUARY 21, 2013
The following post by Cheryl Burgess ( @ckburgess ) was initially published as a contribution to T he Wharton Future of Advertising Program’s Advertising 2020 Project. Your mind wanders in the silence of the night, and you begin to reflect on how lucky you are to still be a cutting-edge advertiser in a cutthroat world. Advertising & Mktg.
Forensiq to Provide Ad Fraud Detection Services for Twitter MoPub
JUNE 16, 2016
She wrote: Mobile in-app programmatic advertising is the fastest-growing segment of digital advertising. As consumers spend more time in mobile apps and inventory grows exponentially, advertisers are looking to reach this audience on their mobile devices. In fact, we found that 115 percent more advertisers invested ad campaign dollars on MoPub Marketplace in the fourth quarter of 2015 versus the fourth quarter of 2014. This partnership is key for the rapid growth and adoption of mobile advertising to continue. We are excited to be working with Forensiq.
Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy?
AUGUST 22, 2012
In the past, I’ve made the argument that your privacy is not Facebook’s responsibility, and I still believe that. Google is much more like Apple, Facebook is more like Yahoo!). A few months ago, my WUL colleague Dan Cohen gave us his reasons to buy Facebook stock , and I agree. I don’t think the company itself is going anywhere. Facebook stock is not doing very well.
Social Networks Have Little Influence on What You Buy Online
APRIL 2, 2011
At launch it caused a privacy outcry that led to a class action complaint , which was settled when Google agreed to pay $8.5 But it would have been a dud even if it didn’t cause privacy problems. Advertising Facebook Google Social Media Social Networking Word of Mouth Adgregate Markets Gmail Goldman Sachs Twitter WebtrendsCase in point: Google Buzz. Save and Share.
Social Media News Ticker: Twitter Launches New Profile Design and Buys Android App Cover
The Realtime Report
APRIL 14, 2014
Facebook tests new privacy tweaks – Facebook is in the process of rolling out “slight tweaks” to its privacy settings, including updates to the drop-down menu that lets users choose who can see each post, and short privacy surveys to learn what features users aren’t comfortable with (re/code). Twitter. Reddit. Any social media updates that we missed?
35 (of the) Best Guides to Facebook Marketing, Advertising, Search and More of 2010 (So Far)
AUGUST 26, 2010
Whether you’re anxious to get started marketing on Facebook, already there but looking for better results, or not sure if Facebook is right for your company (despite the eye-popping audience numbers), you’ll find guidance here in some of the best posts on Facebook marketing so far in 2010: tips, tactics and best practices for building Facebook pages, growing your fan (or “like ) base, advertising, optimizing for search, using Facebook apps and tools, and more, from experts like Mari Smith, Lisa Barone, Ching Ya, John Haydon, Brian Carter, Marty Weintraub and Shel Holtz.
Seven Tools for Your 2012 Marketing and Communication Plans
NOVEMBER 8, 2011
Privacy. Privacy will continue to be a big discussion, with sites such as Diaspora coming out of beta and launching to the public. But it will begin to get to a point that you’ll need to consider how to make buying from you a pleasurable experience (read: A game). This is not our annual trends blog post. So be thinking about what you want to include. Consolidation.
Facebook Privacy: Everything You Need to Know in 6 Minutes | pamorama
JULY 20, 2010
Bots And The Next Wave Of Marketing
MARCH 25, 2016
Bots have been the bane of marketers for nearly as long as online advertising has existed. The ability for consumers to ask brands questions, order services, buy products, get customer service, additional information, and more is not something to quickly dismiss. advertising. online advertising. privacy. Hello, Human. When you open the new Quartz news app , it takes a few minutes to get your bearings. This is not your father's news app. Instead, what you're faced with is the familiar setting of your messaging app. The usual bubbles and back and forth. ad tech.
A Little Privacy, Please! Your Rights and Social Media Policies
JUNE 14, 2013
Top 10 People Who Influence What Americans Buy
JULY 15, 2010
As the effects of the global recession linger, consumers are changing the way they shop, becoming more budget-conscious, eco-aware and cause-oriented, while paying greater attention to what, why and from who they are buying. While the financial market collapsed, Orman’s stock rose as she convinced people what NOT to buy during the economic recession. Tags: Advertising Indra K.
Social Media Users More Likely to Buy From Brands They Follow
MARCH 18, 2010
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Social Media Users More Likely to Buy From Brands They Follow by Pam Dyer on March 18, 2010 Share People who follow a brand on Facebook or Twitter are more inclined to shop that brand or recommend it to others, according to a new report by Chadwik Martin Bailey. What’s your take? short answer is yes.
The Price Of Personalization
OCTOBER 25, 2013
What kind of advertising do you want? One thing is certain about that magazine: people buy it for the ads as much as they''re buying it for the content. Sometimes we forget about the role of advertising. Advertising doesn''t have to be a nuisance or annoying. The true role of advertising is that it acts as a commercial vehicle of information delivery. In my second business book, CTRL ALT Delete , I delve much deeper into the problem of how marketers have done a terrible job of explaining the difference between privacy and personalization. media.
The Do Not Track Button
MARCH 7, 2012
And, while Google is not "reading" your email, it is scanning the content and delivering relevant advertising to you based on that. What do you think all of these investors are buying into (hint: it's your data and information). Ultimately, these trackers are trying to put an advertisement in front of you that will make you take an action. Here's a scenario: the other day I was looking some different styles of shoes on Zappos , but didn't buy anything. A few days later, I started noticing banner ads featuring the shoe I was looking at and some other styles.
Facebook Lead Ads Simplify Opt-in Forms, and They Will Be AWESOME
JUNE 26, 2015
It shouldn’t take long for advertisers to realize just how useful, powerful and ultimately profitable these new ad units may be. With Lead Ads, advertisers can have Facebook auto-fill any of this information, assuming users provide it in their profiles: Full Name. Before Lead Ads, advertisers needed to follow this process: Create a link share ad that entices the user to click.
21 Fantastic Facebook Marketing Guides
APRIL 8, 2014
On the other, marketers don’t “own” their presence on Facebook, consumers continue to have privacy concerns about the site, and Facebook is constantly making changes to its interface and other functionality, including recent modifications that have drastically reduced organic reach for brands. What are the best practices for advertising on Facebook? Many (most?)
Facebook Advertising: Brands Can't Buy Enough | pamorama
JULY 27, 2010
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Facebook Advertising: Brands Can’t Buy Enough by Pam Dyer on July 27, 2010 Share If you’re wondering how Facebook is performing among large brands, look no further than Barry Diller. My company, which spends a huge amount on advertising, we spend every nickel we can on Facebook.
Can Publicly-Traded Social Media Companies Survive?
JULY 29, 2012
The reality is those that had connections to the IPO underwriters got first crack at buying shares when the stock went public. They want to do this in a somewhat secured environment where they can control the privacy of what they share. As more and more advertisements invade the network , users will start to get increasingly frustrated and begin leaving the network. Alignment.
Facebook Lead Ads: Coming to Desktop, Carousel, Video, CRM Integration
OCTOBER 7, 2015
Facebook CEO Bares All, Embraces New Privacy Settings
DECEMBER 11, 2009
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Facebook CEO Bares All, Embraces New Privacy Settings by Pam Dyer on December 11, 2009 Share While privacy gurus, security firms, and users try to decipher the implications of Facebook’s new privacy settings , at least one person is embracing them: Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook says the new privacy settings make it easier to control the information users share ( even though it’s really about increasing traffic and visibility ). Have you adjusted your privacy settings?
16 Billion Things To Think About
FEBRUARY 21, 2014
Yes, it is big dollars, but if there is usage and people who are benefitting from the service, they will be inclined to stick around and understand that the business may become more freemium, have advertising or that their information is somehow going to be used and tied-in somewhere else. The point is that Facebook will continue to improve what Facebook is, but build, own and buy many other companies to build a portfolio of apps, services and businesses that are all loosely connected to their ultimate mission of connecting the people of the world. privacy. blackberry.
Protect Your Online Privacy: Say NO to Ad Cookies
JUNE 9, 2010
The Future Of Personalized Pricing
NOVEMBER 23, 2012
It's somewhat ironic that when you ask consumers what type of advertising they would be most responsive to, they will always say advertising that is relevant and personal. When, marketers finally deliver on this dream, we're told that the personalization comes off as some kind of slimy vibe that bears a whiff of privacy sketchiness. Personalization can work like a charm, only when the marketer provides such a high level of value for the experience, that this value overrides any icky feelings of privacy awkwardness. buying habit. targeted advertising.
36 (of the) Best Facebook Guides, Stats and Rants of 2010
JANUARY 10, 2011
Facebook Advertising Tricks for B2B Marketers by Buzz Marketing for Technology. Paul Dunay provides three brilliant tips for b2b marketers to optimize their use of Facebook advertising, such as “Put the 20 top companies you want to target into the Workplaces field. 35 (of the) Best Guides to Facebook Marketing, Advertising, Search and More of 2010 (So Far). As A.J.
The problem with Facebook
FEBRUARY 11, 2014
Science filmmaker Derek Muller: “Facebook is a complex ecosystem of individuals, creators, brands and advertisers, but I don’t think it serves any of these groups particularly well because its top priority is to make money. The problem is the only way Facebook has found to make money is by treating all entities on the site as advertisers and charging them to share their content.
Advertisers Embrace Facebook, Other Social Networks
DECEMBER 28, 2009
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Advertisers Embrace Facebook, Other Social Networks by Pam Dyer on December 28, 2009 Share Social ad spending will become a higher priority in 2010, with the combination of mobile and social advertising generating more opportunities for advertisers to reach their target markets for branding and engagement. So social network advertising is set to intersect with other kinds of advertising. Ad buys on these sites could account for up to 5.4% of all online advertising.
This Week in Social Media – 4/24/2013
Social Media Marketing
APRIL 23, 2013
Online privacy may be an issue for many, but overall, consumers prefer targeted ads over random ads that have nothing to do with their interests. Mentioned above, but worth a standalone note: Can''t Buy Me Like: How Authentic Customer Connections Drive Superior Results by Bob Garfield & Doug Levy (disclosure: cmp.ly/5 ). A roundup of relevant links affecting our industry. The U.S.
Invasive or Indispensable: The Case of Permanent GPS
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
OCTOBER 20, 2010
These terrifying statistics make me wonder if it’s time to change given that our privacy is starting to diminish. You couldn’t join Facebook unless you had a college email address on a particular school’s domain, much to their prospective advertisers’ chagrin. Facebook revisited its policies in 2009 and set its privacy controls to “everyone.
Social Media News Ticker: Facebook Launches 15-Second Auto-Play Video Ads
The Realtime Report
MARCH 17, 2014
Facebook launches its 15-second, auto-playing video ads – Facebook started testing video ads last fall and now a ‘select group of advertisers’ will be placing the 15-second video ads on the platform; the ads will autoplay without sound, or, if tapped by a user, expand and add volume (TechCrunch). Twitter. Pinterest. WhatsApp. Any social media updates that we missed?
24 More of the Best Facebook Guides, Stats and Rants of 2012
JANUARY 15, 2013
what are the secrets to Facebook advertising success? Ian Anderson Gray shows how to do an in-depth personal security audit on Facebook, covering everything from password updates and recognized devices to adding a “do not track” plugin and navigating Facebook’s privacy settings. Facebook Advertising. aging demographic may be cause for concern. Facebook Stats.
Attack of the Consumer! The Many Ways Consumers Can Put You Out of Business Online
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
JANUARY 17, 2012
Bad customer service will get you banned from major advertising networks, skewered in organic results, and ridiculed on social networks. Advertising Bans. If consumers complain about your business, your money won’t be green enough to buy advertising online. As seen in the screenshot below, the store is called out as a “Smart Buy!” and is listed first.
Five questions your marketing team should be asking about location-based technology
MARCH 4, 2015
Or perhaps a restaurant launches a campaign of print, TV and social media marketing to advertise a new selection of entrees. For those who want a truly comprehensive overview of what this approach can entail, be sure to read this taxonomy from Geoawesomeness, which identifies seven unique categories of location-based marketing including exploration advertising and proximity marketing.
Marketers, Let Your Egos Go
APRIL 25, 2013
What if your ideas, your thoughts and even your experience as a trained marketing professional didn''t amount to a hill of beans in terms of the actual brand''s advertising performance? The net outcome of this movement could prove that machines are better advertisers than humans. Don Draper is, obviously, a fictitious character but he''s the perfect composite of hundreds (if not thousands) of advertising legends who have roamed our earth. Great advertising is magic. Traditional advertisers will tell you that not much has changed. advertising legend.
Is Amazon The Future Of Media?
DECEMBER 21, 2012
We are having many roads converge in media, and what's becoming abundantly clear is this: consumers are going to have more relevant and highly targeted advertising in front of them that is placed and bought in both an automated fashion and in real-time. The true age of digital advertising? On December 17th, AdWeek ran what was one of the most fascinating stories about media in the modern age that I have read in the past long while titled, Amazon, Advertising's Sleeping Giant, to Awaken in 2013. The bigger question becomes an issue of data and privacy. adweek. amazon.
Is Social Media Too Good To Be True?
JUNE 5, 2012
Do not buy this book as it will distract you from the truth (my views)." In contrast to this thinking is Sherry Turkle. From Hitchcock to Mark Zuckerberg and the politics of privacy, a savvy observer of contemporary digital culture reframes current debates in a way that clarifies and enlightens.". We have a strong expectation that advertisers - who are now tracking our each and every digital move - will direct advertising that is completely relevant and complimentary to our online consumption and creation. Tags: advertising. Nice title, if you can get it.
The Big Facebook Screw
JULY 11, 2012
Timeline sabotaged traditional brand page performance , created a money generation vehicle, and sacrificed its users privacy for business purposes. In order to regain similar or better performance levels, companies and organizations must now buy Facebook advertising. Image by El Tel63. Facebook implemented its Timeline interface. Screwed Once: Businesses. No Recourse. Nothing.
Facebook's Zuckerberg: Privacy No Longer a “Social Norm”
JANUARY 11, 2010
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Facebook’s Zuckerberg: Privacy No Longer a “Social Norm by Pam Dyer on January 11, 2010 Share Really?! In an interview with TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said that he had done an “about face on privacy and argued that it is no longer a “social norm. Here’s the portion of the interview in which he discusses his views on privacy, transcribed by ReadWriteWeb. Is Zuckerberg right about changing attitudes toward online privacy?
5 New Business Books That You Should Read (But Probably Never Heard Of)
MARCH 2, 2011
Based on interviews with hundreds of children and adults, it describes new, unsettling relationships between friends, lovers, parents, and children, and new instabilities in how we understand privacy and community, intimacy and solitude. " Unthinking - The Surprising Forces Behind What We Buy by Harry Beckwith. " A rumination on the psychology behind our responses to advertisements from marketing expert Beckwith. Tags: advertising. There is a lot of great business book reading happening right now. In fact. " The feeling is mutual. aggregator. content.
HOW TO: Guide to Performing Website Audits
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
DECEMBER 13, 2011
Internet leeches love scraping content from websites and reposting it on other websites to collect advertising money. One last key point to mention about content optimization is advertisements. If your website is oversaturated with advertisements, Google may penalize it. Avoid creating a mosaic of advertisements on your website. This is a guest post by Harrison Jones.
8 Marketing Trends to Implement in Your 2012 Marketing Plan
JANUARY 19, 2012
Although this has raised privacy issues, I think these will be sorted out. It’s a fact: People buy from people they know, like and trust. Visitors to websites with consumer reviews are more than twice as likely to buy. Examples of mobile marketing include SMS text message campaigns, mobile advertising, iPhone/iPad/Android Apps, and mobile video. Offline and online.
How Women Use Social Media [Infographic] | pamorama
JULY 12, 2010
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact How Women Use Social Media [Infographic] by Pam Dyer on July 12, 2010 Share Social media sites are having a powerful effect on our lives. Women are online and interacting on social sites just as much — if not, more — than their male counterparts. Takeaways: 53% of adult females use social media at least on a weekly basis.