Google and Facebook Meet Their Greatest Rival
A revolution is happening that’s caught the fat and happy tech titans asleep at the wheel, and it could hand investors the best returns of a generation.
Across North America, people are waking up to Facebook and Google’s pernicious practices.
And users are dropping off by the millions as they become aware of how their personal information is being harvested and sold in order to push their intrusive and annoying ads.
So you may be wondering what’s next? Or the even bigger question…
As People Abandon Facebook in Droves What Happens With Their $84 Billion In Advertising Dollars?
One recently uplisted Nasdaq player has a technology breakthrough that could forever transform how in-game and in-app advertising works.
You see, this company doesn’t push pesky ads; they create rewards within the games and apps consumers already love.
And what they’ve found out is it works. It really works.
20th Century Icons, White Castle and NASCAR, Were Blown Away By Versus System’s Pioneering Ad Platform
In one test, 97% of users said that adding real-world rewards to the game they played actually made the game more fun.
The brands and content partners working with this company were thrilled:
- White Castle used the platform to achieve a transaction rate that was more than 60 times higher than industry standards, in addition to a 280% growth in incremental purchases.
- And a top game publisher’s NASCAR game saw a 44% increase in user session time and a whopping 15 minutes of advertiser brand exposure per game.
This innovative company has already given away over half a million prizes over millions of game sessions. And they’re only getting started.
Thanks to a multi-year contract with computing giant HP, their rewards system now comes pre-installed in all HP OMEN and HP Pavilion computers.
Keep in mind, HP sells about 40 million computers globally.
This massive deal allows them to tap directly into the $159 billion global online gaming market.
Origen: There’s a big reason why this company’s shares are on the move