4 Ways to Use Personalization on Your Media or Entertainment Site

| March 17, 2017

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As a marketer in the media, publishing or entertainment industry, you know how important your website is for your business. You likely have a sizable budget to drive traffic to your website in the hopes that you can either gain page views to earn ad revenue, or convert visitors into paying customers, or both. Many of your marketing tactics are focused on driving those page views and conversions.

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The people behind YourTV are highly experienced cross-media professionals, with expertise in commercial sales, business, programme production, launching and developing new channels. As well as their extensive knowledge and skills, the team shares a deep understanding of the key to successful local broadcasting and a collective passion for the sense of community it provides. Our goal is to create a new, innovative local broadcaster which delivers information and entertainment to the heart of cities and communities around the UK in a fresh and engaging way. Using the latest technology YourTV will be a Second Generation service that can be viewed anywhere, anytime, on your TV, PC, mobile, iPad, etc.

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