Rangers catcher Brett Nicholas has improved dramatically in the past two years.
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APRIL 17, 2013
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2013 - NICHOLAS BOHDANOWYCZ, CPA, PLLC
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Speaking at the OMMA LA conference, Sujay Kar, head of data science of TechStyle Fashion Group, says predictive technology is a key for the marketing efforts of its fashion business-- even allowing it to spend more on advertising.
The group, whose brands include Fabletics, JustFab, ShoeDazzle and FabKids, has 4 million VIP members, 80% repeatconsumers, and 65 million products shipped.
TechStyle spends close to $180 million in advertising -- with 24,000 active creatives on Facebook, 36 unique TV commercials(150 iterations that are tested), and 3,300 email creatives.
Kar says the company can predict consumer behavior and its value over a number of years.
“It has been harder to optimize on CPA [cost per acquisition/action]; CPAs are going up,” he says. But Kar says the company uses other measures, such as lifetime value ofthe customer, to allow it to shift advertising. Some of this comes from third party data providers.
As a result, he says “we can spend 20% more in a particularchannel.” He says these predictive measures go beyond cost per action.
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Nicholas Morrow doesn’t get nervous, for a simple reason. “It hasn’t sunk in yet,” the Raiders’ rookie linebacker said Monday. It hasn’t sunk in yet that he is playing in NFL stadiums, in front of big crowds, with a chance to make Oakland’s 53-man roster. “I look up and it doesn’t seem real to me,” Morrow said. Morrow played college football at Division III Greenville College, outside St. Louis, in front of crowds of about 200 people. “Two hundred might be high, even,” he said, smiling. “And that included the band.” Morrow was the big man on campus at Greenville, a linebacker/safety whom the coach designed the whole defense around.