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Meet New York’s latest neighbor: hyper-local mobile advertising agency Sonata opens its first US office in the Big Apple

New York City has a new resident in the form of Sonata, the mobile advertising company from Madrid that drives real foot traffic to local bricks-and-mortar businesses. The global mobile advertising firm has just opened its first US office in the Big Apple, appointing mobile and digital media veteran Evan Krauss as its NY-based Chief Operating Officer. Krauss will report directly to Sonata’s founder and CEO, Álvaro del Castillo, who recently committed to bringing his highly successful brainchild to the US (it’s been going down a storm in Europe). Zero-risk mobile advertising  Those holding media jobs in US mobile advertising agencies will doubtless be wondering what lies behind Sonata’s success. Launched in Madrid in 2010, it’s the fruit of the mental labor of former retailers – a real-time bidding (RTB) marketplace that lets customers bid on events like click-to-map, click-to-call and redeem-an-offer in tightly geo-fenced zones ranging from 10 miles right down to 100 yards. The aim, which it’s been realizing with admirable success, is to drive measurable foot-traffic directly to the points-of-sale of a raft of enterprises large and small, from stores to restaurants, theaters to dealerships. And, as retailers will only pay for results, Sonata gives them a…

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New York mobile advertising service Deeplink.me unveils new native ad SDK

Innovation-hungry pros holding media jobs in mobile advertising agencies have a new weapon to add to their armory in the mobile advertising battlefield: the new ad SDK from Deeplink.me has just been launched in beta. The need for deep linking Created by Cellogic, which has its US headquarters in New York, it’s the latest in a series of deep linking tools for marketers and developers from the company: a software development kit designed to assist developers to route both organic and paid traffic to other apps on Cellogic’s retargeting network and to receive traffic as payback. Cellogic’s original aim upon its launch in 2010 was to develop Nextap, a content discovery network for mobile. But in so doing it began to figure out that there was a crying need for a deep linking service, too. Which is where Deeplink.me comes in. Launched last May, it provides smarter links to developers so that they can guide users to exactly the right place within an app with one tap, or (if the app isn’t installed on their phones) to a mobile landing page, or to the desired web landing page if a linked is clicked by non-mobile users. Cellogic’s CEO Itamar Weisbrod…

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From mobile messaging app to mobile carrier service UppTalks new offering is unveiled

Tech product managers with any familiarity with the mobile messaging app space will be aware that many have opted to branch into the social platform playbook (think Line and WeChat, for example); but New York-based UppTalk (which began life in 2011 in Barcelona, Spain) has a different plan. It’s taking on mobile carriers with its latest offering, UppWireless. Pared down prices And product managers working for mobile carriers might just start to feel a little nervous: UppWireless promises to pare costs right down by being a SIM-based, all-IP mobile phone service. Jochen Doppelhammer, UppTalk’s founder and CEO, says that users will get the best deal with UppWireless because it’s unbundled mobile data from carrier text and voice. That means it can offer a hefty 1GB of data for just $15 per month at 4G speeds; and, via its Over the Top (OTT) service, it’s offering unlimited text and talk within Canada and the U.S. (unlimited data is available for $35 per month). The more observant product manager may note that FreedomPop offers its rival data, text and talk service for just $5 a month, but Doppelhammer insists this isn’t comparing apples with apples. FreedomPop offers just 500MB of data for…

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PlaceIQ, the New York mobile ad startup taking location-based advertising to new heights

New York’s location-based mobile advertising startup PlaceIQ can’t seem to throw a stone without hitting an investor or three; even though it wasn’t seeking to raise new capital, it’s just announced a thumping $15 million Series C cash injection, courtesy of a round led by Harmony Partners. New investor Iris Capital also participated, along with existing investors. From geofencing to location-based behavior Those who’ve held media jobs in mobile advertising agencies for any length of time will be aware that, just a few years ago, geofencing was the new kid on the block that everyone was scrambling to ape. OK, it was clever – smartphone users walking past a store could be delivered an ad for that store. But PlaceIQ has played a big part in extending location-based marketing to encompass what its CEO, Duncan McCall, calls “a proprietary understanding of the world.” It harnesses anonymized location data to build up a much broader picture of smartphone-user behavior, allowing advertisers and agencies to not only target ads but track their success. The platform’s tracking and attribution capabilities are going down a storm amongst mobile advertising agencies and brand advertisers – and investors clearly like what they see. If a travel…

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Mobile Advertising startup AdColony’s revenue run rate hits $100m milestone

AdColony, the mobile advertising startup that promises to deliver the best and sharpest mobile video ads on the planet, has hit a major milestone, which anyone with experience of media jobs in mobile Adland will agree is worth celebrating: its gross revenue run rate has now reached the $100 million mark. What’s so spectacular about AdColony’s progress is not simply that it was only founded in 2011, but that its revenue for 2013 was a walloping four times that achieved in 2012. Those razor-sharp, instant-play videos with zero loading times are clearly catching on. Unique technology OK, this is gross revenue, which means that partners and publishers have yet to take their cut but most people familiar with the world of mobile advertising agencies will still concede that it’s a pretty impressive performance even so. The startup’s proprietary ‘InstantPlay’ technology reliably zaps those infuriating load-up delays that bedeviled mobile videos of yore, and the high-quality images it produces are devoid of choppiness and unwanted freeze-frames. The ads it creates include “cards” which appear after tailor-made calls to action, such as Facebook “Like” requests and ‘click-to-buy’ buttons. The AdColony network now reaches in excess of 150 million unique visitors across the…

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