One key feature universal to all Impact Radius products is our reporting suite. With our rapidly expanding line of products and breadth of customers, we’ve gone back to the drawing board and completely redesigned our reporting tool. Our new tool simplifies and streamlines reporting, enabling users to more easily manage their marketing campaigns with fewer reports. Do more with less – is that even possible?
Let’s face it – attribution is a dense topic. A lot goes into it. Without oversimplifying, let’s take a quick look at attribution modeling, the benefits of multi-channel attribution modeling, and a few basic models to get started.
Now that you’ve decided to launch your first affiliate marketing campaign, you’re probably trying to decide where to start. While that might seem like a daunting task, there are several basic components you’ll need to consider as you get your program started.
Why Impact Radius? We commonly get asked this question. In fact, Murray Newlands with Performance Marketing Insider wanted to know the same thing and recently caught up with Impact Radius co-founder, Todd Crawford, at Affiliate Summit East in New York. Check out Todd’s response below
Affiliate marketing is a performance-based advertising model in which media partners promote the products or services of advertisers. Media partners receive compensation for the promotion only if their efforts result in a predetermined event (normally a sale or a lead) as outlined by the advertiser.
Impact Radius will be attending one of the largest events for digital marketers, A4U Expo London, the 16th and 17th of October at the Hilton London Metropole. One of our founders, Todd Crawford, will be participating in a panel discussion – “Have We Over-Engineered? Technology Congestion in Performance Marketing”, 14:30-15:30 in Balmoral Tuesday 16th October.
Our latest tag management system in particular offers a major speed benefit. On our own website, www.impactradius.com, we’ve experienced as much as a 77% reduction in page load time after implementing our tag management system! This incredible improvement has us quite excited. But how does a single line of code help speed up my site you ask? Here are five reasons behind the magic of consolidating all your tags.
Changing screen sizes, faster processing, greater accessibility, and the sheer proliferation of mobile devices present numerous opportunities for mobile marketing. Every smartphone and tablet on the market represents not only a variety of new ways your brand can interact with consumers but also a variety of new ways consumers can interact with your brand. As the mobile environment changes, so should your marketing. And so should the way you think about tracking.
Over the past couple weeks, I’ve been researching a different approach to mobile website optimization, responsive web design (RWD). Exactly as its name suggests, RWD ‘responds’ to user behavior and environment based on screen size, orientation, and platform. As a user switches from laptop to tablet to smartphone, the website should automatically switch to accommodate for resolution, image size and scripting abilities, eliminating the need for a different design and development for each new device.
Back in July, Lisa introduced me to the Impact Radius blog and thus, all of you. Since then, I have spent my days perusing the internet, pestering my knowledgeable team mates, asking questions, taking notes, asking more questions, and putting all that information in words to answer those 7 initial questions. Wednesday afternoon, I posted the final answer to the final question on the list. And now, it’s time for a recap!