Dark Traffic and Its Rise, Part 2: How to Avoid Dark Traffic

In our last post on dark traffic, we explored the reasons for it and why it might be on the rise. If you haven’t had a look already, check it out here. In part 2, we’ll look at a few simple ways we can begin to tackle dark traffic and understand it a little better. [...]

By | July 13th, 2016|Analytics, behaviour, Mobile Analytics|0 Comments

The Future is Now, So What About Tomorrow?

We are living in the future that science fiction writers dreamed of. We can communicate with whoever we want whenever we want; stream almost any media on demand; buy anything - legal and illegal - online. We can even go on holiday to space (if we’re rich enough). We can’t deny that, tech-wise, we have it pretty [...]

By | February 11th, 2016|behaviour, Industry Comment, Tech|0 Comments

Seven Top Tips for Choosing a Mobile Tracking Partner

If you are running a mobile app install campaign and looking to use multiple media partners, you will need a third party tracking provider. Choosing this mobile tracking partner is a very important decision that should not to be taken lightly as there's a lot of work which can go into integrating.  To help guide you, we've [...]

By | May 28th, 2015|Analytics, Industry Comment, Mobile Analytics|0 Comments

Mobile World Congress 2015 – Round Up

The good people of Barcelona can relax for another year – Mobile World Congress 2015 has drawn to a close. With more than 90,000 attendees, MWC 2015 was the biggest yet, and there were some pretty big topics covered too. It was a quick pit stop in London before heading to the next conference Beyond the [...]

By | March 7th, 2015|Conferences, Events, Internet of Things, Mobile Devices|0 Comments

Mobile World Congress 2015 – Day 1

Zuckerberg’s unholy matrimony with the operators Mark Zuckerberg took centre stage on Day 1 of Mobile World Congress again – but this time, he seemed very keen to shift the focus away from Facebook and onto its partners. The Q&A chat (hosted by WIRED journalist Jessi Hempel) was focused around Zuckerberg’s internet.org initiative – which aims [...]

By | March 2nd, 2015|Conferences, Events, Mobile Apps, Mobile Devices, Wearables|0 Comments

IBM presents The Afternoon Club, 22nd September 2014

**Confirmed Attendees include The Spectator, Thomas Cook, Harrods, Cancer Research UK, RBS, Lloyds, IPC Media, Evans, Hailo, War Child, The Economist, Dennis Publishing, HSBC, Archant + more** Registration for our next event The Afternoon Club is now open!  This time we are bigger and better than ever and are being brought to you by IBM and [...]

By | August 29th, 2014|Conferences, Events, The Afternoon Club, Yodel Mobile|0 Comments

David Bowie ponders the future of mobile

David Bowie takes inspiration wherever he finds it - rockabilly, krautrock, sci-fi, technology, class As, beautiful men and beautiful women. And as I listen to his records and wonder how different my life could have turned out if I’d been a bit more studious on the guitar and a bit more brave with the outfits, [...]

By | June 3rd, 2014|Industry Comment, Mobile Strategy|0 Comments

Three golden rules for driving app installs through Facebook

Facebook has arrived as an ad platform, and Mr Zuckerberg’s social network offers real opportunities for app install campaigns. Facebook now has over a billion monthly users on mobile, and with increased competition in the app download space, it’s therefore a great network to help advertisers extend reach. Facebook is becoming very competitive as more [...]

By | April 28th, 2014|Mobile Advertising, Mobile Creative, Mobile Planning|0 Comments

Mobile World Congress 2014 – The Round Up

That's it folks, the world’s mobile execs, tech journalists and PR people are flying home – Mobile World Congress 2014 is over. To reflect an industry that grows in importance every year, MWC 2014 was the biggest show yet, and the defining moment was the appearance of Mark Zuckerberg. In previous years, MWC’s keynote has been [...]

By | February 28th, 2014|Conferences, Industry Comment, Wearables|0 Comments

Big gadget launches and Big Trust – Mobile World Congress 2014 Day 2

If Mark Zuckerberg’s keynote yesterday focused our attention on emerging markets and connecting the unconnected to the mobile web, today we took a look at the high-end again, as we took a tour of the show floor to gawp at the hot new devices on offer. The big gadget to check out was the Samsung [...]

By | February 25th, 2014|Conferences, Industry Comment, Mobile Devices|0 Comments