Media Coverage

10 stupendous digital marketing stats from this week

Econsultancy explains that 42% of people now use their smartphones for booking both airline tickets and hotel rooms more frequently than they did a year ago, compared to just a 15% increase in booking via desktop.

A tale of two surveys

Tnooz shares Signal's traveler survey findings that people are using their smartphones for travel planning and booking more frequently than they were a year ago.

Travelers using multiple devices, not just interested in hotels

According to new data out from Signal, multiple devices are leading consumers to book their trips, as more than half of people (63%) are using a combination of smartphones, tablets and desktops to plan and book travel.

The 2016 Top 100 Digital Companies in Chicago

Signal is highlighted by Built in Chicago as one of the biggest tech employers in the city.

Almost Half of Millennials Purchase Holidays on Mobile

Mobile Marketing Magazine shares Signal's findings about how travel planning and booking patterns are changing in the multi-device world.

Why a Salesman is Running Apple and the Unsurprising Rise of the CRO

Signal founder and CRO Marc Kiven is interviewed in this article about why the CRO is an increasingly common C-suite role.

New Data Governance Industry Association Launches in Australia

Signal's Warren Billington joins a new independent Australian data governance industry association, Data Governance Australia (DGA) .

Is Mar Tech Or Ad Tech The Future? For Clues, Look To The East

Signal's partnership with Yahoo! Japan is highlighted as an example of pioneering marketing technology.

Unwrapping the 2016 Holiday Shopper

Kathy Menis, SVP of marketing at Signal, showcases new data that details how today’s digitally-inclined shoppers will browse and purchase holiday gifts across all channels this season, and shares strategies for retailers to capture a piece of that spend

Go for the gold: Mastering cross-device marketing

How do you win big in digital marketing? Columnist Mike Sands says it's all about knowing your customer across devices.