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Most Disturbing Cases Of Celebrity Stalkers!
December 30, 2016 1:15 am|Comments (0)

Celebrities get to enjoy many perks that come along with being famous, but they also have to deal with overzealous fans that stalk them! Some stalkers have serious mental illnesses, which makes it even more serious. Stories in the news include stalkers breaking into a star’s home, showing up at their doorstep, or even making threatening […]

Source: http://stupidcelebrities.net/2016/07/celebrities-stalked-creepy-fans/

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Get to Know Margot Robbie, One of Hollywood’s Most Buzzed-About Leading Ladies
June 5, 2016 4:35 pm|Comments (0)

Although Margot Robbie might have started off as the costar to actors like Leonardo DiCaprio and Will Smith, the Australian actress has become a leading lady in her own right. After bursting onto the acting scene in films like About Time and The Wolf of Wall Street, the gorgeous actress has been buzzed about a lot for both her high-profile roles and her personal life. Here’s your chance to get to know the star before she completely takes over Hollywood (and you fall madly in love with her) in the summer’s biggest blockbusters.

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Why Energy Storage May Be The Most Important Technology In The World Right Now
April 2, 2016 4:00 am|Comments (0)

Renewable energy and electric cars are becoming competitive with technologies based on fossil fuels. Still, if they are to become truly transformative, we need to develop a new generation of batteries to power them.

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8 Reasons Why the Tokyo Olympics Will Be the Most Futuristic We’ve Ever Seen
January 10, 2016 10:40 am|Comments (0)

In 1964, the last time Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics, the nation revealed one of the biggest mic drops in transportation history: the debut of the shinkansen, the world-famous bullet train that became a Japanese icon. The first high-speed train in the world, it spurred similar technology to spread to Europe and other East Asian nations, paving the way for current maglev trains and, arguably, the Hyperloop.

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The Ten Most Overpaid Actors 2014
November 22, 2015 8:40 am|Comments (0)

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Get the most out of your marketing stack by unifying data sources
November 19, 2015 2:30 pm|Comments (0)

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When it comes to getting the most value out of data, successful companies take a practical approach, first defining their own data strategy and then determining the tools needed to get it done. A good example of this is Airbnb, which set their own data strategy and tools to help users more accurately price their home listings. Too often, however, companies fail to lay out a clear strategy, instead relying on the available tools to show them where they need to go. Unfortunately, these tools usually serve up packaged metrics with data that is too detailed and lacks cohesion.

The mobile marketing data landscape

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In VentureBeat’s The State of Marketing Analytics: Insights in the age of the customer, author Jon Cifuentes writes:

“Enterprises are stuck between fragmented data silos…There’s customer data, inventory data, log data, search data, reporting, analytics, CRM, session data, et. al – with different vendors supporting each. While “real-time” customer data sounds nice in theory, the actual process of broadcasting this information through the organization is time-consuming, expensive, fragmented, and frustrating.”

These cobbled-together sources and tools provide directional insight but don’t align with initial expectations, particularly as companies start requiring custom insights and metrics.  In fact, most companies quickly find themselves in exactly the situation they had hoped to avoid – working in increasingly complex systems with considerably higher non-value added workloads.

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The challenge for companies is: how do you align your data vision with your unique acquisition, engagement and monetization strategies?

Purpose-built tools like app analytics, A/B testing, marketing automation, etc. have done a great job in recent years of allowing non-technical people to analyze data, run tests and engage users. However, since these tools were built for single-use cases and by separate companies with proprietary data stores, they have failed to address a core issue: the need to access the same user data in order to truly provide a personalized experience to each user.

Data-capture tools and user engagement tools also need to be integrated in order to provide a full picture of how changes impact the product downstream.  For instance, teams need to be able to apply user actions from app analytics to run A/B tests, which will in turn impact the user experience.

The path forward

The solution exists at the platform level: unifying data sources before applications are built on top of them, with a flexible 2-way structure that enables real-time integration between event and user data, at all levels in the stack, and not just based on basic pre-determined rules with segmentations on top.

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This type of structure makes it possible for events to be enriched by boundless user attributes (user state) and enables contextual analytics.  This, in turn, produces a robust targeting framework, because now the user state can be updated in any manner, in real-time.  For example, Glassdoor utilizes this methodology to deliver real-time dynamic notifications of job alerts to users based on their prior behavior when browsing the Glassdoor website.

While many marketing vendors are fighting to define themselves as integrated or unified marketing platforms, most still need to reach deeper down the stack and unify product and marketing tools with data tools at a platform level.   Because they refer to the same data source, there will be no discrepancies between insights and actions.  For example, segments defined for analytics will maintain the same properties in A/B testing or content delivery.  Applications developed on top of unified data platforms will be inherently more flexible and manageable.

From VentureBeat

VB just released The State of Marketing Analytics: Insights in the age of the customer. $ 499 on VB Insight, or free with your martech subscription.

Omniata is coming out of beta on September 24th!  You can reach us at contact@omniata.com to learn more. Though just coming out of beta, we’re already tracking 300 million monthly active users, 2 billion events per day, and handling over 17,000 requests per second!

Alex Arias is the CEO and cofounder of Omniata, a unified data, analytics and user engagement platform.  For more than 10 years, Alex has been an entrepreneur and driver of innovation in digital services, working previously at Digital Chocolate and EA.  He’s been helping companies define their own Data Value Journey since cofounding Omniata two and a half years ago.



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Make the Most of Apple WatchOS 2 With These Apps
October 22, 2015 11:25 am|Comments (0)

Make the Most of Apple WatchOS 2 With These Apps

WatchOS 2 lets developers do more with their apps. Now let’s see what they do with this power.

The post Make the Most of Apple WatchOS 2 With These Apps appeared first on WIRED.



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