AppsFlyer entered the mobile space to fill an important void with ad analytics. Marketers were accustomed to the website model of measuring ad campaigns to see where conversions were coming from. However, the same model doesn’t work in mobile, so it was difficult to attribute conversions. The advantage of AppsFlyer is its ability to show marketers which campaigns are bringing the installs.The biggest lesson the mobile advertising industry has to learn right now is how important it is to track campaign
Meyer had to travel a lot farther for his new job as a big-data scientist. He now feels and looks at home amid the lava lamps, Nerf guns, and other nerdy gadgetry in an AT&T Plano, Texas, office that looks more like a hip Menlo Park startup. Toting an “I heart me” coffee mug and making the occasional reference to the movie , he gets excited while explaining how he sifts through the reams of information previously lying unused in various databases to identify where there might be potential customers for
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A lot of games try to use virtual control sticks on the iPhone, but Meteor Blitz is the first one that I found to consistently work well. Think meets meets . Waves of asteroids and geometric enemies appear. You shoot them and collect the bonuses left over. Suffers a bit from pacing problems, but the action is so fluid that for some reason it bothers me less than the other games. Gorgeous and fun, Meteor Blitz has been sucking up more my time lately.
It should be remembered that three of the bombings in London took place in the Underground, which was rapidly sealed off by the police. This exceptional situation made press access difficult, not to say impossible, the result being that the only images available were those taken by Underground travellers – hence the seemingly exclusive character of the grim evacuation scenes. This was one of the main reasons why the media coverage of the London terrorist attacks looked so remarkable. Damon , ‘Through My