WHY LEAKAGE IS NEVER A GOOD THING: TRACKING DESKTOP AND MOBILE CONVERSIONS

By Elliott Clayton, on Aug 15, 2016 11:55:09 AM

TRACKING DESKTOP AND MOBILE CONVERSIONS

Today's consumers work and play across multiple devices, which can make tracking difficult. But
the problem is not as simple as someone seeing an ad on a mobile device and converting on a desktop. This month we help marketers understand how they can miss out on conversions in a number of different ways.

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The 5 keys to connecting with real people - Part IV: the benefits of Conversant’s solution

By Oded Benyo on Apr 12, 2016 6:00:00 PM

In our final post on our white paper on ‘The 5 keys to connecting with real people’ we look at the advantages of the Conversant solution and the benefits for clients.

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The 5 keys to connecting with real people - Part III: accuracy, persistence and privacy

By Oded Benyo on Apr 5, 2016 6:00:00 PM

Continuing with our theme on the five keys to connect with real people, this week we’re looking at accuracy, persistence and privacy. These are vital in helping marketers accurately recognise individuals and to continue to reach them with compelling messages over the long term.

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The 5 keys to connecting with real people - Part II: recognition and reach

By Oded Benyo on Mar 30, 2016 6:00:00 PM

In our first post in this series [read here] we noted that to be able to speak to consumers with accurate and compelling messages, marketers need one view of the individual across all the channels and devices they own and engage with.

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The 5 keys to connecting with real people -Part I: connecting with consumers in a fragmented world

By Oded Benyo on Mar 23, 2016 1:41:36 PM

To be able to speak to consumers with accurate and compelling messages, marketers need one view of them across all the channels and devices they own and engage with. In our white paper this month, we look at the five key issues that marketers need to be aware of to help them to connect with real people.

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