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4 Ways Munchkin Accelerated their Digital Business

Peter Sheldon — October 23, 2017 Follow @magento— October 23, 2017 When it comes to digital, Jonathan Bradbury, Munchkin’s Director of Global eCommerce, likes to keep it simple. “In digital, there’s so much out there that can overcomplicate things. You can lose sight of what’s really important,” he said. At Shop.org, Bradbury revealed the simple … Continue reading 4 Ways Munchkin Accelerated their Digital Business

Better Targeting Driving Accelerated Local Spend By National Advertisers

by Karlene Lukovitz, Staff Writer @KLmarketdaily, January 27, 2017     Enhanced targeting capabilities are driving accelerated investment by national marketers in local media, according to BIA/Kelsey analysts’ local marketing and media predictions for 2017. National advertisers are already the largest investors in local media, compared to either small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), or regional … Continue reading Better Targeting Driving Accelerated Local Spend By National Advertisers

comScore To Support AMP Project, Better Tracking Of Accelerated Mobile Pages

Rating service wants to ensure fast-loading AMP pages are credited properly to publishers. Danny Sullivan on November 9, 2015 As publishers are considering making use of the new Google-backed accelerated mobile pages (AMP), some might wonder if they’ll be properly credited when this fast-loading content appears at Twitter, Google and elsewhere. Enter tracking service comScore, … Continue reading comScore To Support AMP Project, Better Tracking Of Accelerated Mobile Pages

WordPress Launches Plugin To Support Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages

CMS announces support for AMP versions of posts, asks for help kicking the tires and squashing bugs in the plugin. Martin Beck on October 7, 2015 You don’t have to be a huge publisher to take advantage of Google’s new Accelerated Mobile Pages project. Sure, the feature is already live for some articles on major … Continue reading WordPress Launches Plugin To Support Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages