News can be made compatible with the user and their specific usage situation. I not only know where and how the user lives, but also the situation they are in at the moment and what news they have already heard up until now. This way, regional or even local news is becoming increasingly important. Also, I can run news on a topic in which the user is already interested, or on traffic and weather before they leave the house. A similarly pointed mode of address is possible in advertising. Someone listening incessantly to Rammstein on Spotify naturally will not get an ad for a Rihanna concert. Everyone gets ads for laundry detergent, but perhaps with an emphasis on being dermatologically tested for families with a newborn child. For an even more pointed targeting, someone with a beard would then get ads for beard care products right as he is standing in front of the mirror at 7:00 a.m.
What does real time mean here and what are the response times?
Bei diesen Konstellationen gibt es im Grunde zwei zeitliche Treiber: zum einen den Takt, den Ereignisse vorgeben. Natürlich will In these configurations, there are basically two timebased drivers: The first is the pace set by events. Naturally, everyone wants to get breaking news that, say, Angela Merkel has resigned as chair of the CDU, as soon as possible. Local and regional topics are less timecritical. If I learn about events in my neighborhood one or two hours after the fact, that is usually perfectly fine. Exceptions might be traffic reports that I would want to see before I leave the house. The other timebased driver is created by how the user’s day goes. If I want to reach minimal time windows, whether with news or ads, I need to be quick. Ideally, I know before the user that they will be interested in a certain topic in five minutes. That would then be a negative response time.
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