GigaOM Research Sector RoadMap: Content Personalization in 2013
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  • 1. GigaOM ResearchSector RoadMapTM highlightsContent Personaliationin 2013by GigaOM Research analyst Mark Mulligan
  • 2. Executive Summary•  Content owners – whether they are publishers, retailers, or marketers – are always looking for new ways to deliver unique experiences to their customers.•  Website customization and promoting the most popular or contextually relevant items are tried and true practices. Retailers like Amazon have long been using collaborative filtering, anticipating interest by comparing purchases across different buyers.•  But now, cost-effective big data analysis allows content owners to study behavioral and social media data to create more targeted, personalized content. As a result, new personalization pioneers are emerging.
  • 3. Disruption vectorsThis report examines four competitive areas — what we call disruption vectors— in which vendors will strive to gain an advantage in the contentpersonalization marketplace in the next 18-24 months, including: –  The interest graph –  The social graph –  The demise of patience –  The recommendation goldmine –  The tyranny of choice –  Post-programming curation
  • 4. accommodate what we call the tyranny of choice and avoid too much temptation from theSector RoadMap recommendation gold rush. Impatient audiences will be a disruption, but it will take tech vendors some time to properly exploit users’ social and interest graphs.•  Number indicates company’s relative strength across all vectors•  Size of ball indicates company’s relative strength along individual vector Source: GigaOM Research, April 2013
  • 5. Companies mentioned •  Gravity •  Demandbase •  TruCentric •  Rovi •  Outbrain •  Taboola •  BloomReach
  • 6. Key highlights and outlook•  Digital content experiences are becoming increasingly personalized and this trend will accelerate over the coming years.•  Personalization vendors provide a diverse-enough range of methodologies to meet the needs of companies across all verticals.•  Social data volumes and quality will both increase markedly but should be considered as one input among many.•  There is a risk that the gold rush being driven by recommendation-widget ad revenue will damage the reputations of personalization vendors and publishers alike.•  Gravity and Demandbase are two of the strongest vendors in the emerging personalization marketplace, each with distinct methodologies and target customer bases.
  • 7. To access this report, sign up for afree 7-day trial of GigaOM Researchat http://pro.gigaom.com/.