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ETERMAX IMPULSA EL MOBILE GAMING EN LA MMA

ETERMAX IMPULSA EL MOBILE GAMING EN LA MMA La desarrolladora de juegos líder en LATAM, se incorpora a la Mobile Marketing Association para llevar innovación tecnológica y tendencias del mobile gaming a los negocios digitales Buenos Aires, 5 de abril de 2017 - Etermax, la desarrolladora de juegos para móviles argentina, anuncia su incorporación a la Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), abriendo un nuevo camino dentro de la organización para aportar sus profundos conocimientos sobre el mobile gaming y su papel en los negocios digitales en Latinoamérica.

Hidden Secrets of Beacon Data

This PDF contains the slides from the Hidden Secrets of Beacon Data webinar, co-hosted by Reveal Mobile and The Location Based Marketing Association. We share new uses for beacons and never-before-seen data about the audiences bumping into beacons across the US. Brands will see examples of the type of audience data generated by placing beacons within retail locations. Which locations are most visited, which other places do customers visit, what other demographics can we learn? What can beacons tell us about Walmart or Target shoppers? What impact do beacons have on increasing audience data, building retargeting audiences, or driving app downloads? App publishers will hear advertising use cases leveraging both beacon-derived and location-based audience segments.

Hidden Secrets of Beacon Data

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Hidden Secrets of Beacon Data - Webinar June 29th, 2016

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This 30 minute webinar appeals to anyone with a stake in the rapidly growing and evolving beacon ecosystem. Reveal Mobile partners with The Location Based Marketing Association (LBMA) and Swirl Networks to share new uses for beacons and never-before-seen data about the audiences bumping into beacons across the US.
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Where Are The Beacons In the U.S.?

Reveal Mobile has detected and classified over 100,000 Bluetooth beacons in the United States.  How?

The Reveal Mobile SDK sits inside a few hundred news and weather apps across the country, touching millions of mobile devices monthly. As smartphones bump into any beacon, we detect that beacon bump.  If the user chooses to share location with the app, we see the latitude and longitude of where that bump occurred.  

A Completely Different Beacon Case Study

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We love detecting Bluetooth beacons anywhere in the world. Detecting and classifying beacons creates a very distinct source of data from which we build mobile audience profiles. As mobile devices bump into known beacons, we understand an app audience's real-world behaviors and interests.

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Reveal Mobile and Sinclair Broadcast Group Partner For Mobile Audience Data and Ad Targeting

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Raleigh, NC - October 1, 2015. Reveal Mobile, the leading mobile audience data platform for media properties, announces a partnership with Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (Sinclair) to be their mobile audience data provider. By including Reveal Mobile in their roster of news and weather apps, Sinclair bolsters their sales effort potential by providing advertisers with target audiences across a nationwide presence of apps.

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Local Media App Trends

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Mobile moves incredibly fast. Keeping pace with both the technology and consumer expectations presents unique challenges and opportunities. Data on mobile usage is helpful, but is by its very nature looking backwards instead of ahead to the future. This survey, released in July 2013, aspires to answer the qualitative questions that quantitative data simply cannot.

Here are a few key findings from our first study:

• 1 in 4 smartphone owners have a local news app installed.

• The TV Broadcast is still the primary choice for receiving local news content, as voiced by 47% of the survey population.

• On-air promotion is the single most important driver of app awareness and downloads, receiving 41% of responses.

• Apps trump websites for the second choice for local news content.

• Consumers prefer apps for breaking news, and tablets for reading content.

• For a paywall to succeed, a local media company must deliver very unique content.