The Compete Weekly Pulse
Happy April! Spring is blooming and we’re excited for the beautiful weather. But we’re also excited about these interesting articles from the web — our followers found these exceptionally intriguing, and so we’re more than thrilled to share them with you.
Cross-branding: Helping or Hurting Your Return on Investment?
Television and the internet are littered with reality-based shows. “Fast and Loud” is one of the newer programs in the automotive vein. It features two colorful main characters that buy older cars, enhance/hot rod them, and ideally sell them for profit. They’re backed by an entertaining support cast. The show covers the purchase, updating, and sales of vehicles, with enough “dramedy” to add flair.
The Weekly Compete Pulse
Happy weekend marketers! Here’s a round up of the most popular stories Compete shared online this week. Enjoy! PCs are for daytime while tablets come alive at night. Marketingland reported on a new study that showed desktop computer usage spikes during traditional working hours (8am-5pm) while tablets are used more heavily during the evening hours. Smartphones are used throughout the day. The numbers are not surprising, but marketers should consider this
3 Gaps In Your Ad Data: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know
There are a lot of tools available to help you measure the performance of your ad media. You might get your analytics from Omniture, Doubleclick, or Atlas, all of which are great systems that can provide you with detailed performance information; but because of the way they’re designed, there are some things these reporting tools just can’t tell you, data that can only be effectively measured using a panel-based system.