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Most Web Pages Take Longer to Load Than Most Consumers Will Wait: Unbounce Report

Need funding to speed up your Web site? Download this: Unbounce found that 85% of sample of mobile Web pages took more than five seconds to load, while the majority of users will leave after waiting for three seconds. Extra style points if you present this to your boss by pausing…five…seconds…between…each…word.

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DiscoverOrg Buys ZoomInfo

February 5, 2019

Maybe it’s the cold weather. Maybe it’s the approach of Valentines Day. Whatever the reason, compatible firms are hooking up at an alarming rate. First, B2B data compiler DiscoverOrg announced it is buying fellow compiler ZoomInfo. The B2B data space is getting crowded as firms like Radius, DemandBase and LeadSpace compete with traditional providers. You may also recall that Dun & Bradstreet was sold to private investors last August.

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Consumers Will Tell You Which Half of Your Ads Are Wasted: ViralGains, MAGNA and IPG Media Lab

February 1, 2019

Advanced tech does have its uses, of course. Asking people about their interests lets marketers avoid wasted spend on future ads – potentially reducing campaign costs by half, according to tests conducted by digital video ad platform ViralGains, MAGNA and IPG Media Lab. In the test, consumers who viewed an ad were then asked if they were interested in the ad content, and then later served different ads based on their answer. The researchers estimate it is possible avoid 59% of media costs with such programs.

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Most Marketers Say They’re Using the Metaverse and It’s Great: Qualtrics Report

July 5, 2022

Will the metaverse rescue marketers from the loss of third-party cookies and device tracking?  Perhaps you scoff the metaverse doesn’t actually exist.  That didn’t prevent 74% of marketers telling Qualtrics they were already advertising in it and 59% of that group saying it’s their most successful channel.  Pioneering?  Optimistic? Delusional?  Take your pick.

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