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This Week's News: 2021/04/06

This Week's News: 2021/04/06

Mara Heathcote

From TV to TikTok: Family time has evolved

Brands that are targeting parents can lead the conversation by steering content toward a few popular topics. 80%of new parents are millennials who turn both to the internet and social media to learn about parenting purchases. They offer tips, tricks, and in-depth knowledge to one another, and reveal unfiltered family insights unlike anywhere else. During COVID, 20% of moms have been more frequently seeking content from influencers. This generation is more likely than the average mom to provide opinions and recommendations, and are also asked for opinions on purchase decisions much more often.

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Founders Of GoTo.com, OpenX Launch CTV Media-Buying, Performance Platform Based On Search

tvScientific, a TV ad-tech company, launched an end-to-end connected TV buying and attribution system intended to eliminate the high barriers to entry into TV advertising using a search-advertising model, making it accessible to all businesses. Marketers can set up a CTV media buy in 10 minutes or less, then evaluate campaigns the way it is done in search and social advertising. The platform can target more than 15,000 unique customer segments and has direct access to more than 90% of premium CTV publishers, bypassing unnecessary technology layers that allow businesses to buy premium CTV inventory at efficient rates. With direct attribution, the platform enables advertisers to make real-time decisions on campaign performance and media plan optimization.

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Clubhouse and Social Audio 2021

Worldwide downloads of Clubhouse soared to 10.1 million in February. Clubhouse is an invite-only social audio app that allows users to listen to (and participate in) conversations on a variety of topics. To date, Clubhouse is the largest player in this unfamiliar space, Twitter is expected to launch its version of social audio, Spaces, later this month. LinkedIn, Spotify, Discord, Facebook, and Instagram are also starting to embrace social audio, and a raft of startup apps like Fireside and Stereo also hope to make a splash.

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