Posts tagged "Apps"

Measuring the Success of Your Mobile Sites and Apps

With the rapid growth of mobile, companies have started to make large and strategic investment into their mobile marketing.  How do you then measure the ROI of your mobile channels and their contribution to your digital success? Do you know how consumers are responding to your mobile sites and apps and the effectiveness of tactics, such a mobile search, display ads, SMS and QR codes?

Attend this webinar session to find out! The session will also cover:

  • Campaign analysis of mobile tactics for acquiring app users and site visitors
  • Advanced segmentation of mobile audiences using Adobe Discover
  • Analyzing visitors who use multiple devices and channels

Date:    10 October 2013, Thursday

Time:

9.00am – 10.00am India, Sri Lanka
10.30am – 11.30am Thailand, Indonesia,
Vietnam
11.30am - 12.30pm China, Hong Kong,
Singapore, Taiwan,
Macau, Malaysia, Philippines
12.30pm – 1.30pm Korea
11.30pm – 12.30pm Australia (Perth)
2.30pm – 3.30pm Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra)
2.00pm – 3.00pm Australia (Adelaide)
3.30pm – 4.30pm New Zealand

Format:  Online Webinar

What do Adobe’s First Facebook PMD Awards mean for you?

Janie Lim, Group Marketing Manager, Adobe SEA – LinkedIn

Face­book’s significance as a social mar­ket­ing plat­form just keeps growing and the demand for deeper marketing opportunities increases too. Facebook has just announc­ed its Pre­ferred Mar­ket­ing Devel­oper (PMD) pro­gram and Adobe is the first PMD mem­ber (out of an ini­tial 232) to be awarded badges for all four of Facebook’s Mar­ket­ing APIs – Pages, Ads, Apps and Insights.

What does this mean and why is this impor­tant for our digital marketing cus­tomers?

Pages API

Adobe offers highly flex­i­ble page man­age­ment with a robust roles and per­mis­sions model.  This enables global and local scale so you can man­age all of your Face­book pages within a sin­gle plat­form, while empow­er­ing regional man­agers to exe­cute cam­paigns locally. We also fea­ture deep inte­gra­tion with Adobe Site­Cat­a­lyst, enabling auto tag­ging of social media posts with cam­paign track­ing codes in the pub­lish­ing work­flow.  This means you can much more eas­ily track how your Face­book con­tent and inter­ac­tions are dri­ving behav­iours on your dig­i­tal prop­er­ties. That’s a fancy way of say­ing you can now tie social activ­ity to busi­ness results.

Apps API

In addi­tion to the flex­i­bil­ity and cus­tomis­abil­ity that the new app builder within Adobe Social pro­vides, Adobe’s inte­gra­tion between Site­Cat­a­lyst and for­mer Effi­cient Fron­tier tech­nol­ogy now enables auto tag­ging of appli­ca­tions with cam­paign track­ing codes to mea­sure users across the entire cus­tomer jour­ney from ad click to app engage­ment to web­site con­ver­sion and beyond. Through inte­gra­tion with Adobe Test&Target, mar­keters can engage in A/B test­ing of app cre­ative and copy, pro­duc­ing crit­i­cal Face­book app opti­misa­tion insights for enhanced engage­ment. Our tar­get­ing tech­nol­ogy auto­mat­i­cally per­son­al­ises the app expe­ri­ences based on social pro­file and demo­graphic data, which improves rel­e­vancy and dri­ves higher conversion.

Ads API

Adobe is cur­rently the only provider to inte­grate “spon­sored story cre­ation” within the Face­book pub­lish­ing work­flow.  Essen­tially, this capa­bil­ity can sig­nif­i­cantly expand the influ­ence of con­tent by max­i­mising reach – get­ting your con­tent in front of a lot more eye­balls – and ampli­fy­ing mes­sages. This inno­va­tion enables com­mu­nity man­agers to col­lab­o­rate closely with ad man­agers dur­ing the plan­ning process to coor­di­nate paid and owned reach at cam­paign launch instead of spon­sor­ing a story after the post has gone live.

Adobe also enables cross-channel attri­bu­tion of social against other dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing chan­nels – search and dis­play – because our tech­nol­ogy man­ages all bid­d­a­ble dig­i­tal ad for­mats.

Insights API

Adobe can tie Face­book activ­ity directly to busi­ness results like rev­enue or other con­ver­sion met­rics. Addi­tion­ally, Adobe can inte­grate lis­ten­ing (earned) data with owned data, paid media (ads) data, and mean­ing­ful ana­lyt­ics (i.e. let’s look beyond “likes” and “fans” to rev­enue and con­ver­sions) within one dataset. This gives you a much more com­plete pic­ture of per­for­mance across chan­nels and insights to opti­mise invest­ments across those chan­nels for the great­est ROI.

The social world gets both richer and more easily accessible for digital marketers with tools such as these. As Face­book con­tin­ues to inno­vate and enhance their plat­form, we will work closely with them to con­tinue pro­vid­ing the most com­pre­hen­sive and sen­si­ble sup­port solu­tions possible