The following is a promotional post for a paid Mediabistro product.
Mediabistro announced that its GPlusData.com website, the leading provider of Google Plus analytics data to thousands of users, has launched a paid subscription service offering even more comprehensive statistics on Google Plus profiles.
GPlusData Pro is the in-depth analytics subscription that lets marketers, advertisers, and social media professionals gain insights into their audience and those of their competitors to optimize their activity and see their results. A GPlusData Pro subscription includes:
- Tracking up to 10 Google+ users or pages
- Demographic data: country, relationship and gender distribution
- Post engagement by hour, day or day of the week
- Most influential followers and who doesn’t follow you back
- Download and print your tracked pages reports
- Monthly newsletter with new feature updates and more!
“We are excited to announce the launch of GPlusData Pro,” stated Yuri Gelfand, a product specialist at Mediabistro. “For the first time companies, marketers and social media professionals will be able to obtain deep insights into the Google Plus ecosystem. By utilizing our data of over 150 million profiles and 2 million pages, GPlusData Pro subscribers will be able customize their experience based on their interests, better understand their audience and quickly identify industry trends.”
Visit GPlusData.com for Google Plus information, statistics and trends.
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Moscow-based devtodev has announced the beta launch of its all-in-one mobile analytics platform of the same name. Devtodev looks to eliminate the need for app developers to sign up for multiple analytics programs to keep track of their applications by offering all necessary tools in a single integrated SDK.
Ooyala, the online video provider for everyone from ESPN to Comedy Central, released its quarterly video index report, and the findings show a definite shift in viewing habits as people move away from their traditional television sets and gravitate more toward their tablets and smartphones.
In fact, according to Ooyala, the share of video viewing on smartphones increased 41-percent during the first half of 2013, jumping by 28-percent in Q2 alone. The study also found that mobile audiences watch live video nearly twice as long as on-demand video, while more than 20-percent of mobile users stream content more than an hour long. In addition, the majority of mobile viewing is taking place on Friday and Saturday nights, with the stats surging between 8 and 10 pm. (more…)
Cloud-based development and publishing platform Gamebrain is partnering with Kontagent to provide detailed analytics through the new service, tailored to meet the needs of small- to mid-level developers.
Everything from a players’ first-session engagement to monetization strategies to lifetime value is covered in Kontagent’s free tier, as Gamebrain hopes to not only help simplify developer workflow, but streamline the entire process.
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Mobile advertising and analytics company Apsalar has today announced it has closed a $9 million Series B funding round, led by DCM, with involvement from Correlation Ventures and existing previous investors DN Capital and Thomvest Ventures.
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Mobile beta delivery platform TestFlight has reached a new milestone, as developer Burstly has announced the release of a new Android SDK, new features on both iOS and Android and milestone numbers of supported apps on each platform.
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Google’s market for Android applications, the Google Play store, saw huge increases in revenue in the first half of 2013, according to the latest report from app analytics company Distimo. The report saw Google Play’s revenue increase by 67 percent in the past six months, while Apple’s App Store revenue grew by just 15 percent.
Mobile apps analytics company Localytics has released the results of its latest study, measuring download and user retention rates across iOS and Android applications. The annual study follows app downloads from new users in Q3 of each year, and then tracks how many times those apps are launched on the same devices through March 15 of the following year.
For app developers, finding top placement in a respective app store charts can be helpful for discoverability and viral growth. However, breaking into the top charts has become increasingly difficult for the iOS store. Mobile app analytics firm, Distimo, has released some statistics on what it takes for an application to break into the top charts in the iOS app store. According to a monthly report, the company found that:
Application analytics provider AppData announced the launch of its proprietary iOS application and developer revenue estimates. Metrics are provided by week, month, and year-to-date for the top grossing applications and developers on iOS.
App revenue is attributed to either app purchase price or in-app purchases for each application. Developer revenue is shown in context with the overall number of apps and app titles the developer has published.
Mobile app developers and investors will now be able to gain insight into the financial success of competing applications and studios in their market with these estimates, which will be updated on an ongoing basis.
This new feature is available as part of a subscription to AppData for Mobile Apps, AppData Pro, or AppData Custom. Learn more on the AppData site.