Rewarded Research ARPU up 43% after ATT rollout begins

 

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Last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), released their latest guidance for people who are fully vaccinated

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TapResearch Success: Reality Games Improves Player Satisfaction and Elevates Engagement in Landlord

Cash is king in the popular mobile strategy game Landlord. With goals to build a real estate empire that includes the world’s most famous landmarks and destinations, players must generate in-game profits by strategically buying and selling the right properties at the right time. As a result, the game can feel quite challenging for players that are not interested in purchasing virtual cash to grow their portfolios. With this in mind, the Reality Games team was interested in a monetization tool that could remove currency-driven barriers of entry for Landlord players without compromising existing revenue or user experience.

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eBook: 7 Ways to Drive Net-New Revenue in Mobile Games

There’s no doubt about it: mobile game publishers looking to stay agile, competitive, and ahead of the curve need to advance their approach to monetization. 

As the ever-changing privacy landscape continues to bring new challenges to traditional ad-related revenue streams, many teams have had to wrestle with how to protect their bottom lines. To get ahead of this, publishers need to adopt a future-forward path to revenue that does not involve any 3rd party tracking. One low-risk, high-impact alternative that meets that criteria is rewarded surveys, a next-gen method that leverages the market research industry’s demand for quality insights by offering virtual currency in exchange for survey participation in mobile games. 

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7 Steps to Better Sample Quality

Aaron Platshon, CEO TapResearch

In order to deliver the high-quality and timely insights that organizations need, there must be a way to access more respondents than traditional models. While there are people who join traditional research panels to earn compensation in exchange for their opinions, the vast majority of people have no interest in taking surveys. Reaching a greater percentage of the population in today’s digital, experience-driven economy requires a next-generation approach to engagement, incentives, and user experience.

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Instagram vs. Reality

Last week, Instagram looked at types of pies mentioned in user feeds to see what is the most popular Thanksgiving pie by state. Here is the graphic they shared:

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How Californians are voting on Prop 22

In September 2019, California signed the California Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), a new law that requires companies like Uber and Lyft to reclassify their drivers from independent contractors to full-time employees. The law went into effect January 1, 2020 and by August, California Superior Court Judge Ethan Schulman ordered the companies to adhere to the law. 

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iphone 12 survey

So the new phones came out yesterday, a big one, small one, a 5G one… the new lineup from Apple is slick, but are consumers going to buy them?

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58.5% of American voters believe the winner of the election should appoint the next supreme court justice, poll finds

On September 18, 2020, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away at age 87. Her death came just 46 days from the presidential election on November 3rd, 2020. Now, it has become highly debated if President Donald Trump or the winner of the election should fill the court’s vacancy. 

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