In the news this week: An explanation of mobile apps’ deep linking * Former BlueKai SVP. John Sedlak, joins PlaceIQ as Chief Revenue Officer * The New York Times covers how marketers track social media to predict Hollywood hits * Smart homes are among what’s new with The Internet of Things * and much more.
- AOL’s Tim Armstrong Says Shingy Is One Of The Company’s Best Assets
Tech Crunch – December 3, 2014 by Anthony Ha
- WTF is deep linking?
Digiday – December 5, 2014 by Ricardo Bilton
- These Tech Disruptions Will Reshape Advertising
Ad Exchanger – December 5, 2014 by Bob Lord
- PlaceIQ Appoints John Sedlak as Chief Revenue Officer
Yahoo Finance – December 9, 2014
- The Koch Brothers’ $50 Million Political Research Firm Knows What Type Of Car You Drive
Business Insider – December 8, 2014 by Colin Campbell
- Hollywood Tracks Social Media Chatter to Target Hit Films
The New York Times – December 7, 2014 by Brooks Barnes
- They Know From Records You Buy Viagra and Want to Sell You More
MSN Money – December 11, 2014 by Jordan Robertson & Shannon Pettypiece
- ‘Things’ Are Heating Up: What’s New in the Internet of Things
Knowledge @ Wharton – December 5, 2014
- Digital Accountability and Transparency Act
C-Span – December 5, 2014
- RealSavvy makes online house-hunting collaborative with help from Zillow & Trulia
Venturebeat News – December 3, 2014 by Tom Cheredar
- Health Care and the Internet of Things
CIO Review – by Jeroen Tas
- E. Teams Up With SoftBank in Big Data Business
The New York Times – December 11, 2014 by Quentin Hardy
- Instagram Now Bigger Than Twitter, Tweeters Sound Off
Direct Marketing News – December 11, 2014 by Perry Simpson
- The Problem with Uber’s Business Model
Featured on LinkedIn – December 14, 2014 by Gerry Mintz
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