Jumptap, a mobile advertising firm, raised $25 million in financing in a round that includes previous investor WPP.
“The key drivers to consumer engagement in mobile are context and content; context of message and content relative to that context,” stated Jumptap CMO Paran Johar. “The beauty of mobile advertising is the personal nature of the medium and thus relevancy of message is hypercritical. By leveraging targeting data to reach your audience you increase the engagement you have with the consumer.”
The company last month initiated new partnerships with rich media Celtra, Crisp Media, Fluent Mobile, Medialets and PointRoll. The company’s network is one of the largest open rich media platforms in the US, with 8 billion impressions per month.
Dentsu’s podcast celebrating Black empowerment tries to do its part to fill the advertising inequity gap
The Dentsu-backed More Than That with Gia Peppers kicked off season 3 last week, featuring several major advertisers (and Dentsu clients) including Procter & Gamble, General Motors, Kroger and Mastercard.
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Despite Q1’s slow start, publishers are bullish about events revenue for 2023
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Media Briefing: The case for and against monthly and annual subscriptions in the battle for retention
There are no one-size-fits-all solutions for improving retention in a subscriptions business. While annual subscribers might stick around longer for some, other publishers will have better luck with monthly plans.