Month: June 2017

Appnext positions itself ahead of the game by launching Appnext Actions, the first AI-based solution for mobile search

Elad Natanson, Founder & CEO: “Appnext Actions puts actions first and apps second by enabling users to search for services rather than apps”. Mobile discovery company, Appnext, has taken its app-focused business a step further and released a brand new patent-pending feature that rivals the likes of Facebook and Co. Designed to consolidate daily tasks on mobile devices, Appnext Actions helps consumers make better choices by predicting their next move. We met with Elad Natanson, the company’s Founder & CEO for a chat. Appnext, a leading mobile discovery company, has recently announced the launch of Appnext Actions, a unique patent-pending product which streamlines dozen of daily on-device tasks, helping people make better choices, faster and more efficiently. Dipping its toes into the non-ad solutions market

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Speed matters – the fastest loading news apps include TopBuzz and BBC News

TopBuzz, BBC News, FOX News and NBC News are the fastest loading news content apps. That’s according to the latest News App Performance Index which ranked news and media apps based on speed and performance, published by mobile app performance company, PacketZoom. Among the slowest apps were The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Huffington Post. PacketZoon explains that the study measured how long it took for content to load as well as the time before consumers were able to read the content. Measuring time-to-read performance, TopBuzz took just 3.1 seconds to read. BBC News came in second at 3.7 seconds, followed by FOX News (4.4) and NBC News (4.5). In comparison, The Wall Street Journal took 7.1 seconds to load, followed by The New York

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How to Monetize Your Remnant Mobile Traffic

Wewe Media is a leading performance marketing network with over 10+ years of industry experience. Founded by 3 super affiliates and currently run by a team of 20+ individuals and with majority  of them running 6-figure profit campaigns internally. Wewe Media has been a key player in smartlink industry offering Intellink® Hyper-Optimization Technology for top networks to monetize their remnant traffic. What is Intellink® SmartLink and why it is dominating the SmartLink industry? In short, our Intellink® is our new technology that is professionally programmed to ensure all the traffic you sent will be optimized for conversion 24/7 real-time. If you are a network and optimizing offers to monetize your remnant traffic is a big hassle, let our Intellink® SmartLink do all the hyper-optimization and

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4 LinkedIn Mini Case Studies

Are you looking for new ways to make LinkedIn work for your business? Wondering what other businesses are doing with LinkedIn? In this article, you’ll discover how four different companies sustain a successful LinkedIn presence and find tips for building a presence to engage your own audience. #1: Focus on Employee Experiences and Job Opportunities […]

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Mobile app user acquisition may have just gotten a little easier with Acquired.io

AppScotch, which recently was acquired by AppAnnie, has just unveiled a new user acquisition platform that combines channels such as  Snapchat, AdColony, Chartboost and many more. Dubbed Acquired.io, the new company has already raised $2 million in funding led by investors such as Jonathan Zweig, Founder of AdColony, and John Zdanowski, former CFO of Linden Lab. With the average user acquisition team now spending 80% of their time managing their budgets across dozens of channels such as Google and Facebook as well as smaller players, it’s become a rather laborious problem. Add to that the fact that the number of channels grew from 700 in 2015 to 1,500 in 2017. That’s where Acquired.io comes in. The system lets teams manage their channels from a single

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