Branch On Acquisition Of TUNE’s Attribution Biz: “You Can’t Have Measurement Without Fixing The User Experience”

For the last four years, mobile measurement company TUNE has been “fighting with one hand tied behind its back,” said Alex Austin, CEO and co-founder of California-based deep-linking outfit Branch. In 2014, TUNE lost its Facebook marketing partner badge for allegedly retaining user data for too long. “But we’re giving TUNE both its arms backContinue reading »

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Realtor.com Welcomes Reinstall Data To The Neighborhood

“You can never go home again” doesn’t apply to the home screen. Most smartphone users – 98%, according to mobile attribution provider TUNE – have reinstalled an app that they previously deleted. Forty percent of users delete and reinstall apps on a regular basis. But most app marketers don’t differentiate between first-time downloads and re-downloads, mainly becauseContinue reading »

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Podcast: Peter Hamilton Sings A Tune

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Welcome to AdExchanger Talks, a podcast focused on data-driven marketing. Subscribe here. The mobile app space remains a silo, thanks to the unique logic of installs and post-install engagement. But that will inevitably change as cross-device identity and omnichannel measurement take hold. Our guest on the podcast this week, Tune CEO Peter Hamilton, positioned his company earlyContinue reading »

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Google Shares Play Store Data To Stamp Out Mobile Click Injection Fraud

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Google is opening up an API to stop fraudsters from stealing credit for app installs, and mobile measurement and attribution platform Tune is an early adopter. The API, which was fully integrated into Tune’s platform Monday, enables Google to share data with partners about the exact time an app install is initiated in the PlayContinue reading »

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Apple On Where App Install Discrepancies Come From And What It’s Doing To Fix The Problem

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Apple sits on a trove of first-party customer data through its App Store, everything from credit card information to time-stamped app downloads tied to specific device IDs. Yet there are inconsistencies between the install counts and engagement metrics developers see in Apple’s UI and what they’re told by their third-party measurement partners – and that’s “notContinue reading »

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Tune Aims To Help Marketers Stop Fraud Mid-Flight

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Fraud fighting takes teamwork. Mobile measurement and attribution platform Tune rolled out a fraud prevention solution on Thursday that aims to help marketers and ad networks share campaign data and take action on it in real time. “Marketers and their ad partners need to collaborate rather than finger point; there’s enough blame for everyone toContinue reading »

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