• Drawbridge: Mobile Gaming Habits Change When School Year Starts

      Drawbridge, a cross-device identity solution, analyzed 2.8 trillion in-application ad requests from July 1 through Sept. 30, as well as daily and monthly data from its Connected Consumer Graph, to discover which iOS and Android apps saw the most use and engagement during the third quarter of 2016. Drawbridge found, in part, that the beginning of the school year had a noticeabl ...

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  • The Most Important Thing in Marketing Isn’t VR or AI

    … personalized with an understanding of consumers’ cross-device identity. In addition, reaching consumers becomes more efficient. It’s possible to reach people when they are more likely to engage with a brand and, in terms of advertising, when they are more receptive to offers and likely to convert. Cross-device identity data helps automated marketing…

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  • Drawbridge Founder: ‘Programmatic Has Led the Charge for Cross-Device’

    … Increasingly sophisticated location technology — an inevitable by-product of mobile’s dominance — is dramatically influencing the advertising industry, and programmatic in particular is emerging as a powerful force.Drawbridge sits in the confluence of location, mobile and programmatic, providing cross-device solutions. Kamakshi…

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  • Report: Clean Master Was Android’s Most Used App in Q4 2015

    … Drawbridge, a cross-device identity solution, has analyzed more than one trillion in-app ad requests from Oct. 1, 2015 to Dec. 31, 2015 to discover which iOS and Android apps were the most used last quarter. Drawbridge’s data also revealed the apps on each platform with the highest number of unique daily users (UDU) during the quarter…

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  • Why Cross-Device Matching Will Transform the Mobile Advertising Industry

    … is cross-device matching where a company can identify multiple devices owned by a single person. Companies like Drawbridge, which has raised a little over $20 million, have built massive databases of user devices that allow advertisers to reach the same user as they move from their laptop to smartphone to tablet. We caught up with Rahul Bafna, VP…

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