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#SFSNYC: GroundTruth Turns On-the-Ground Data Into IRL Transactions

Anna Kramer

#SFSNYC: GroundTruth Turns On-the-Ground Data Into IRL Transactions

When consumers visit physical stores, the likelihood that they will complete a purchase shoots up, especially in comparison to the likelihood they will make a purchase after visiting a digital site. “Visits lead to sales,” was the message of Hongzhe Sun of GroundTruth, one of the sponsors of Street Fight Summit in New York Wednesday.

Street Fight Daily: Brands Wise Up About Location Tech, Google’s Exchange Bidding Exits Beta

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Brands Wise Up About Location Tech, Google’s Exchange Bidding Exits Beta

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… How Brands Are Getting More Sophisticated at Using Location Data… Google’s Answer to Header Bidding Is Now Generally Available… Instacart Raises Another $150 Million…

Street Fight Daily: QSRs Innovative With Mobile Apps, MINDBODY to Acquire Booker

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: QSRs Innovative With Mobile Apps, MINDBODY to Acquire Booker

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Fast-Food Brands Are Making Slick Mobile Apps to Stay Ahead of the Competition… YouTube Debuts Search-Based Video Ad Targeting… American Online Shoppers Are More Impatient Than Ever, All Thanks to Amazon….

LBMA Podcast: GroundTruth, SOCi, Uber, Walmart

Asif Khan

LBMA Podcast: GroundTruth, SOCi, Uber, Walmart

This Week in Location Based Marketing is a weekly video podcast from the Location Based Marketing Association with Asif Khan, Rob Woodbridge & Aubriana Lopez. On the show: Walmart acquires Spatialand, Indola, Quebec City Magic Festival, and Coke.

Looking at Location Signals, GroundTruth Looks at Ways to Predict Behavior

April Nowicki

Looking at Location Signals, GroundTruth Looks at Ways to Predict Behavior

A recent study by the company focused on the foot traffic at mass merchandisers and grocery stores and airport traffic, and pointed to the NC city as the best choice for Amazon’s HQ2. “Being able to dig in to real world behaviors, it draws out real actionable recommendations,” says Sarah Ohle, VP of marketing insights.