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Top Marketing Trends for 2009: Execs ‘Sick’ of Web 2.0

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Weekend Reading, 4/17/15

Five national TV ads scored at least 20% higher than their respective categories’ 12-month norm during Q1, reports Ace Metrix, led by Google-owned Android’s “Peaceful Co-Existence” spot, which fetched an Ace Score of 647, 28.4% higher than the software and website category norm. Two of the 5 ads scoring at least 20% higher than the […]

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iOS App Push Notification Opt-in Benchmarks, by Industry, in 2014

Source: Urban Airship Notes: Mobile applications examined by Urban Airship across 15 industries had a median push notification opt-in rate of 42% in 2014, according to an analysis of almost 3,000 apps and 100 billion push notifications sent to to more than 500 million users. Median rates were highest for charity/non-profit/foundation (58%) and business (54%) […]

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B2B Vendor Websites: What’s Important, and What’s Lacking?

B2B vendor websites are often lacking the content elements buyers perceive as most important, according to a report [pdf] from KoMarketing, Huff Industrial Marketing and BuyerZone. As with last year’s survey, the results suggest that vendors sometimes miss the basic information that can help establish credibility and move a buyer to request a quote.

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Are Marketers Using Insights Gleaned From Phone Calls?

Few marketers and e-commerce professionals (predominantly based in Europe) agree that they use insight from phone calls to tailor on-site content (40%) or off-site advertising (27%), according to results from an Econsultancy study [download page] produced in association with ResponseTap. The survey data also shows that fewer than half track the sales or lead value […]

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Video Ad Completion Rates, by Device Type, in 2014

Source: Vindico [download page] Notes: Video ad completion rates were lower on devices with smaller screens last year, reports Vindico, as smartphone (46%) and tablet (54%) viewers completed ads at roughly half the rate of those watching on gaming consoles (95%) and OTT boxes (99%). The overall video ad completion rate stood at 78%, but […]

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