||ORD NIS0.01 (DI)
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Software & Computer Services
Adgorithms Share Discussion Threads
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|Time we had an RNS., dudes running this co. like their own personal slush fund!|
|Tend to think MM's simply trading little lumps of shares in this, I hope Shani simply opening an office in New York is going to pay for itself, he has overseen a collapse in the share price since the offering on the basis of wildly optimistic future revenue, it is time to ensure that the capital they still have is not merely absorbed in expenses, he seems confident in the ability of Albert to make a meaningful impact, in fact the co. is very much dependent on a positive outcome, but a few deals would be appreciated, the bloke took enough cash out the business soon after the IPO, this sort of behaviour is pretty rich when the value plummets by 80%, he should put his money where his mouth is and start delivering on his ambitions for ADGO!|
|MMs really don't want any more of these right now. Can sell 1000 at most at 20 (not that I am considering it). Starting to feel silly with my short term view a couple of weeks ago! 30 - 40 before Xmas still my expectation though.|
|Strange trade at 18p, what are MMs taking or was this a trade with no limit!|
|Also thought it was odd after recent dip to 19-21 price made its way back up to 20-22 with no buying volume.
I thought that the comments from Harley Davidson were a sign of a positive trading update to come. Surprised that someone would be selling largish size at these levels and possible turning point but cant read it any other way.|
|Agree you can buy email@example.com no problem.....|
|reckon there is a decent size sell order being worked in the background. Added twice today on back of Harley Davidson campaign press release but both buy orders filled below mid price.|
|To Measure Marketing: Q&A With Adgorithms' Or Shani
by Charlene Weisler, Op-Ed Contributor, 63 minutes ago
Or Shani, CEO and founder of Adgorithms,created an artificial intelligence-based marketing system he calls Albert (for Albert Einstein), leveraging A.I. to break through the complexity of digital marketing.
Charlene Weisler: How does Albert work?
Or Shani: We developed artificial intelligence technology, which helps to do many of the time-consuming, manual tasks involved in modern-day marketing… We currently integrate with nearly 30 vendor platforms within the martech and adtech ecosystem. Albert comes in and acts as a single centralized point of contact.
Weisler: What does your company contribute to TV measurement to gain a greater understanding of how TV is being used/consumed?
Shani: We integrate with any third-party solution the advertiser is already using. By doing this, we’re able to use their viewer data to inform all facets of their digital campaigns, which brings online and offline efforts into greater alignment. Ultimately, this approach gives TV and digital efforts a shared focus, where digital insights inform TV efforts, and TV data informs digital targeting and conversion.
For instance, Albert can use TV data to correlate certain consumer behaviors that he sees online with specific TV advertising spots. Equipped with information about the relationship between TV and specific user patterns and trends, Albert can now make assumptions about different audience micro-segments and begin acting on them. This introduces a new way for brands to convert customers online and on mobile, who they’ve initially identified through TV.
Weisler: What data metric do you use to match digital to TV?
Shani: Albert utilizes both deterministic data from the different media providers and different targeting methodology. For example in a digital campaign coinciding with a TV one, Albert could target users based on a number of different interactions they have with the specific TV program during which the TV ad will be shown. This could include targeting users that have the TV show as one of their interests on Facebook, liking its social pages, or even those that are following the show's main stars on Twitter.
When it comes to the search channel, Albert could target users that are searching for the TV show or related searches before, after, or during the time of the program.
Weisler: Looking ahead the next five years, what do you see happening in the media measurement landscape?
Shani: There will be many more AI-driven technological solutions that will make life easier for us, like self-driving cars or personal assistants. These things will become more common. In media, CMOs will be liberated by technology. Marketers will be free to make marketing fun again and not just focused on the execution of a campaign plan.
Weisler: Do you see marketing as a creative job or as more quantitative?
Shani: Marketing has and always will be a mix of art and science… However, the pendulum has swung more in the direction of “science”; in the past decade-plus.
As a result, the creative aspect has started to suffer. Marketers own the brand, customer acquisition and retention.
The best way to build a strong, sustainable brand, which supports the overall business growth, is through storytelling. This requires a completely different part of the brain than the part used to analyze things until you’re blue in the face.
And marketers as a whole aren’t particularly good at this type of analysis anyhow (mostly because it’s nearly impossible for any human to scour that many channels and produce meaningful insights on each in a short period of time). The need to tell a good story doesn’t go away with data, and marketers are good at telling those stories. Let them focus on tugging at the hearts and minds of customers, while technology focuses on the data aspects of marketing.|
|Totally agree book broker. Downside is minimal given cash balances.|
|It's possible that at the current valuation, and the tremendous revaluation sine flotation, that this company could be undervalued purely on the rebasing of expectations, the element of risk in terms of acquiring a few shares at this level may be considerably more balanced in favour of potential upside!|
|Look I wish I could agree with the above posts, but this has the potential providing Shani maintains very tight cost control and is able to execute on strategy, Heck they are valued at less than cash but the investment needs to pay off, AI is the future, if Albert can be configured for other purposes it could get interesting!|
|Far to cheap this stock should be much higher|
|looking bullish today|
|Yes good turnaround, should bounce one of these days imv. DYOR etc.|
|Looking good for breakout|
|Cash will support this for a while, any order RNS will restore some confidence, it's all about newsflow here!|
|BB looks like you were right about the short term outlook here. I don't mind admitting when I got it wrong. I still believe 30-40p before Xmas, but I did think price would quickly to return to pre-results level. Results were bad but they were expected to be.|
|IOF about to take off, debt restructuring agreed|
|Not ramping :)) but one good contract for Albert 2 and you won't see 50p even with A.I.|
|Don't matter Jack., if ID is right what's a couple of pence, but then I think it'll take a good announcement to move this higher in the short term, too much stale supply and disappointment thus far with performance, with or without the cash, they still have the potential to screw up, but a bottom may be in, big may!|
|that's because your paying 2p more. I paid 21|
|Can't get a quote less than the offer. All rsp is above 23p. Even 5k shares is 24p. Expecting he share price to literally rocket here|