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Onswipe’s touch publishing platform is set for big success in 2013

As 2012 draws to a close, one start­up has cause to feel very sat­is­fied with its achieve­ments: Onswipe, which spe­cial­izes in build­ing touch­screen-opti­mized web­sites for pub­lish­ers, ends the year with 44 mil­lion vis­i­tors access­ing con­tent through its plat­form and 10 mil­lion active users every month on iOS alone. Chief tech­nol­o­gy offi­cers, prod­uct man­agers and busi­ness devel­op­ment asso­ciates alike will be intrigued by how the start­up, which launched in 2011, achieved its suc­cess. Giv­en that News Corps’ tablet-focused pub­li­ca­tion The Dai­ly recent­ly fold­ed, oppor­tu­ni­ties for busi­ness growth in the touch-screen mar­ket might look a tad inaus­pi­cious. Move over desk­tops — the world’s going mobile But Onswipe’s CEO and co-founder Jason Bap­tiste is clear that the medi­um wasn’t the prob­lem: it was, he says, the publication’s pay­wall that hob­bled it — that, and expect­ing peo­ple to down­load an app to access it.  The Daily’s shut­down, Bap­tiste insists, doesn’t alter the fact that the world is migrat­ing from the desk­top in a big way. Crunch­ing sup­plied by Quant­cast mobile traf­fic data for Tum­blr and WordPress.com, Bap­tiste has cal­cu­lat­ed that, between them, they account for over 3.2 mil­lion unique iPad vis­i­tors to Onswipe-tweaked con­tent in the US. 72 per cent of the firm’s vis­its…

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Tapit raises $2.3 million to extend its NFC-based mobile advertising

These might seem like tough times for NFC-based mobile adver­tis­ing agen­cies, giv­en Apple’s deci­sion not to include NFC on the iPhone 5; but that hasn’t stopped Aus­tralian mobile adver­tis­ing start-up Tapit from bag­ging an impres­sive $2.3 mil­lion in Series A fund­ing. Does NFC have a future? The iPhone 5 effect is believed to have delayed Near Field Com­mu­ni­ca­tion by two years in West­ern Europe and the U.S., but it seems that things are dif­fer­ent in Syd­ney.  Tapit’s deal was led by MPC Ven­tures with par­tic­i­pa­tion from Jon Medved’s ourcrowd.com, David Thrum and David Shein. Much hinges on whether Apple will even­tu­al­ly embrace NFC – if it doesn’t, it’s unlike­ly to become an inter­na­tion­al­ly stan­dard tech­nol­o­gy any time soon.  But Tapit has a great deal of faith in it as a means of reach­ing con­sumers through mobile phones adver­tis­ing.  Here’s how they use it. Mar­ket­ing suc­cess with NFC Tapit works with hand­set mak­ers, car­ri­ers, agen­cies and brands, deliv­er­ing NFC-based mar­ket­ing.  The lat­ter involves any­thing from con­tent deliv­ery to social com­mu­ni­ty build­ing, coupon dis­tri­b­u­tion to tick­et­ing, m‑commerce to com­pe­ti­tions.  It also offers sur­veys and reviews.  As soon as a user taps Tapit’s logo on an NFC-enabled gad­get, con­tent is sent direct­ly to…

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Zedge: the new gold standard for mobile games discovery and personalized content?

Not many peo­ple will be famil­iar with its name, but mobile adver­tis­ing agen­cies want­i­ng to keep abreast of devel­op­ments in mobile tech­nol­o­gy would do well to make a note of Zedge, a high­ly pop­u­lar Android app which can now brag 50 mil­lion installs and more than 22 mil­lion active users. An app for per­son­al­ized con­tent and game dis­cov­ery Zedge, which has offices in New York City and Nor­way, offers game rec­om­men­da­tions and per­son­al­ized con­tent along with free ring­tones and wall­pa­pers — and it’s reach­ing beyond Android with the launch of a new iPhone app.  The new iOS app, which launched on Decem­ber 17th, fol­lows the startup’s addi­tion of a mobile games dis­cov­ery chan­nel ear­li­er this year.  Android users use it to sieve out the games that don’t inter­est them from the vast array of dross out there.  Based on their pre­vi­ous activ­i­ty, the app presents them only with the ones that are like­ly to hook their atten­tion. The app will expand to encom­pass the full range of Android fea­tures in stages, begin­ning with wall­pa­per but adding addi­tion­al per­son­al­iza­tion and rec­om­men­da­tion func­tions ver­ti­cal by ver­ti­cal.  Ring­tones will be avail­able for the iOS app ear­ly in 2013, with games com­ing on-stream short­ly after­wards.…

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Prismatic: Hoping to Succeed Where Other News Aggregators Have Failed

Want news that rel­e­vant to you? Want it deliv­ered direct to your smart­phone? You’d bet­ter check out start­up news aggre­ga­tor Pris­mat­ic. This is one com­pa­ny that seem to have rewrit­ten the rule­book when it comes to online news and could pro­vide some great oppor­tu­ni­ties for those look­ing for media jobs. By attract­ing the crème de la crème of the NLP/Machine Learn­ing PhDs, Pris­mat­ic claims to be able to har­ness the pow­er of social media and some clever dis­tri­b­u­tion to give con­sumers a bet­ter way of access­ing con­tent online. Accord­ing to Pris­mat­ic founder Brad­ford Cross, his com­pa­ny offers a ser­vice that lies some­where between an RSS feed and Twit­ter and ends up pro­vid­ing the same kind of ser­vice offered by news­pa­pers only with a wider range of sources. Cross said: “It’s not just about per­son­al­iza­tion… it’s about how media is con­sumed now. In the old days, you could just go to the New York Times and get all your news, or what­ev­er. But that’s not the case any more, and it will like­ly nev­er be the case again. The news is all dis­trib­uted now, to a thou­sand dif­fer­ent places.” In order to make sure Pris­mat­ic remains at the top of its…

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Grokr unveils mobile search revolution

Grokr, the Sun­ny­­vale-based mobile start­up, is poised to unveil a brand new iOS app which has the poten­tial to rev­o­lu­tion­ize the way search gets done on mobile devices. Sim­i­lar to “Google Now” (the Android app devel­oped by Google to offer proac­tive results based on pre­vi­ous search behav­ior), Grokr has some addi­tion­al tricks in its bag which should intrigue mobile adver­tis­ing agen­cies far and wide. With search tech­nol­o­gy like this com­ing on stream, new mobile adver­tis­ing strate­gies may also emerge. Google Now plus extras for iOS While Grokr can do pret­ty well every­thing that Google Now can, like pro­vid­ing updates on every­thing from the weath­er to your favorite sports team to the traf­fic, it also sucks in data from your social media pro­files on LinkedIn, Twit­ter or Face­book (Google Now con­fines its results to its own ser­vices). The start-up’s CEO and co-founder, Sri­vats Sam­path, explained that he want­ed to rein­vent search on mobile, mov­ing away from the tra­di­tion­al approach of sim­ply minia­tur­iz­ing search meth­ods designed for PCs. Instead, Grokr has shift­ed from a key­­word-based mod­el to one based on the mean­ings behind the words, and from a man­u­al process to a pre­dic­tive one: it can dis­tin­guish between Taj Mahal the singer,…

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