June 19, 2018

Google Invests $550 Million in Chinese E-Commerce Merchant JD.com

Google Invests $550 Million in Chinese E-Commerce Merchant JD.com

Globe Newswire

Just in case you had doubts that Google is serious about competing with Amazon in retail, consider this: Google just invested $550 million in Chinese e-commerce merchant JD.com. Google doesn’t do much business in China so this is about expanding in other markets and listing JD.com as a seller in Google Shopping. Google also announced several enhancements last week that help retailers display their inventory on-line and drive traffic to local stores. See this from The Street for more thoughts on the JD.com deal.

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Adobe Expands Attribution Features

Adobe

Adobe has expanded its attribution capabilities with Attribution IQ, an enhancement to Adobe Analytics that estimates the impact of campaigns in all channels on purchases. The offering includes ten different attribution models and lets users drill into results by customer segments, campaigns, and keywords.

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IBM Computer Competes Effectively with Human Debaters

CNET

I could tell you about Tru Optik’s Cross-Screen Audience Validation (CAV) service, which draws on Tru Optik’s 75 million household database of smart TV viewers to give advertisers detailed information on audience demographics, reach and frequency by audience segment. But I doubt you care. So instead, ponder this: an IBM computer is now competing effectively with human debaters, showcasing skills like marshalling facts and choosing the most effective arguments. In other words: you’ll soon be able to argue with Alexa and lose.

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