The much-anticipated Apple Watch is finally here, as early pre-orders have begun to arrive. Already, 3000 apps are available on the device, and 20 million units are predicted to be sold this year. The buzz is clearly at a peak for consumers, as well as marketers, who are eager to find out how they can capitalize on this newest mobile device.

The fact that programmatic buying is growing like crazy is not news. And neither is the notion that some marketers are leery of giving up control over their media buying to a computer. But I'm here to try and ease those concerns, specifically around the most popular type of programmatic buying: RTB.

Placement transparency

Le Figaro, the longest-running and largest newspaper in France, has, like many others, had to adapt with the times. Most recently, the company has made the move into mobile, launching an app to deliver the news to their customers whenever and wherever they need it.

To measure the effectiveness of paid app install marketing, advertisers need to track the performance of their ad creatives across multiple channels and targeting options. To do that, you need to use an ID-based, closed-loop attribution solution. There are two main ways to “close the loop” with paid campaigns, however: click-through and view-through attribution. How do you know which is right for your campaign? 

Click-through Attribution

Amwell, a free-to-download app created by American Well and launched in October 2013, gives Americans live video access to US board-certified doctors, therapists, and nutritionists 24/7/365 from a mobile device -- for just $49 per visit.

With its vast compilation of user data, Facebook offers unique targeting capabilities that often lead to great success for many of our clients. Boston-based telehealth company American Well is a great example. 

If you’ve had a chance to take a look around our new website over the last week or so, you’ve likely noticed our new look and our new products.

As our own Chief Strategy Officer Craig Palli discusses in the below video, now was the perfect time to roll out this new positioning, which he explains was “market-driven.”

A new year, a new milestone for Fiksu.

Thanks to our rapid growth, we’ve been busting out of the seams of our Boston headquarters for some time now. So on January 5th, we expanded our offices by opening a new floor at 31 St. James Avenue, nearly doubling our space to 43K total sq. ft.

A recent study by Adroll revealed nearly three-quarters of marketers spend between 10 to 50 percent of their budgets on retargeting. And we expect that number to grow throughout 2015, especially on mobile.   

When Facebook introduced its Audience Network—an advertising channel that allows advertisers to leverage the social network’s wealth of data to bring targeted adds into third-party apps—marketers took notice.  And why wouldn’t they? Marketing on Facebook’s News Feed has already proven widely successful, and by offering a new traffic source with extended targeting options, it all but guaranteed better results.