The dark analytics market is surging, as it continues to help organisations unearth valuable audience and customer insights from unstructured and unanalysed data.
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The deployment of blockchain non-fungible tokens (NFT) by organisations to raise awareness and finances continues to gather pace, with seminal 60s icon Jerry Garcia’s music and art the latest to gain traction across the online attention economy.
Global investors are flocking to the content creation space, as digital first experiences become paramount in the post-pandemic world.
The latest cohort of the Disney Accelerator program will focus on building the future of messaging, frontier tech, e-commerce, data and personalisation.
Natural language processing firm, Primer has announced it’s joining forces with Microsoft to better serve the sensitive, mission-critical needs of the US Government and its allies, to drive data decision-making.
The global digital communications market is consolidating, as digital tech and marketing companies create synergies to capitalise on rapid digitisation across the SME sector.
McLaren Racing is teaming up with analytics automation company, Alteryx to supercharge fan engagement through automated behavioral and sentiment analysis.
Australia’s La Trobe University says shifting its annual open day campus visits to immersive digital experiences increased visits by 157%, helping meet enrollment goals, as the nation’s universities work to overcome the COVID related downturn in international student attendances.
Snapchat users can now spin Universal Music Group’s entire recorded catalogue into Snapchat’s Sounds tool, following a new cross media deal.
Betting and wagering companies continue pushing to reach new audiences through the global esports and game streaming industry, now tipped to be worth $US3.5 billion by 2025.
Frankly Media is set to monetise Esports.gg’s digital properties through direct and programmatic advertising.
Moz, a leader in search engine optimisation technology, has launched a rapid growth and engagement campaign, after recently being acquired by iContact – a subsidiary of International cloud services and digital media brands J2 Global.