Tag Archives: technology

The Future of Tech: 4 Key Insights from the 2019 Collision Conference

With 25,000+ attendees from 125 countries, 900+ journalists, 3,750+ CEOs and a long list of speakers from groundbreaking startups and Fortune 500 companies, Collision is one of the fastest growing tech conferences in North America. This inspirational 3-day conference opened our eyes to the necessity of keeping tabs on current technological trends and the evolving […]

DAC Announces a New Local Presence Management Tool: Google Ranking Plus

We’re excited to announce the launch of our latest product, Google Ranking Plus. This tool is like no other offered in the local search market. It allows business managers to factor in proximity as a key ranking factor in their search analytics. To coincide with the ubiquity of smartphones, Google’s algorithm is set up to […]

The Sky Is Not Falling: Apple ITP 2.2 and What It Means For Marketers

When Apple announced this week that it would be introducing an updated version of “Intelligent Tracking Prevention” on Safari II and IOS 11, it caused quite a stir in the marketing community. What is Intelligent Tracking Prevention? Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) is a privacy feature that Apple rolled out back in 2017. It was designed […]

Why Sentiment Analysis is Key to Effective Reputation Management

It’s no surprise that a business’s review score can affect its success. The most basic understanding is that high scores are good and low scores are bad. Many businesses focus on keeping their star ratings above a certain threshold, which on the surface sounds reasonable. However, blindly following star ratings without understanding why those scores […]

How Econometrics Helps Us See the Bigger Picture

The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) is a highly sensitive subatomic particle detector suspended two kilometers underground within a nickel mine in Northern Ontario. Shielded from background radiation at the earth’s surface, the SNO makes it possible to precisely measure the most abundant subatomic particle in the known universe, the neutrino. The SNO exemplifies pure scientific […]

Want to Better Understand the Competitive Landscape? Get Granular

For many enterprise-level businesses, your biggest competition is other multi-location brands. While you can almost be sure that your main competitor will have locations near yours, that isn’t all you have to worry about. Local chains and growing startups can drive business away from your locations just as well as—or even better than—the usual suspects. […]

October 2018 Local Presence Management Roundup

Another month has passed, which means more developments in the world of Local Presence Management (LPM). This time we’ve seen some major changes with minor consequences, minor changes with major consequences—and a significant (if inevitable) demise that even casual users should note. Google shuts down Google+ Remember that massive push Google made for their own […]

Google’s Birthday Updates: 6 Changes You Need to Know

Google turned 20 last month (let that sink in for a moment…). To celebrate, they released a series of updates intended to represent a “fundamental transformation” in how we think about search. We assume there was birthday cake, too. The key changes are focused on personalizing the search journey and enhancing visual search using AI […]

Marketing to Millennials: A Generation Balancing Nostalgia and Digital Transformation

Exploring behavioral insights and marketing trends within North America and Europe. Millennials are a demographic age group born between 1981 and 2000. In North America, they represent about 20-25% of the population; in France, Germany, and the UK, they represent about 15-20% of the population. Millennials have been called the entitled generation for being spoon-fed […]