Finally, a Definitive Study That Proves Just How Much Mobile Contributes to In-Store Sales, From 4INFO. In today's complex mobile environment, it's incredibly difficult to find out who saw your brand's ads, let alone what they did next.
Despite the fact that U.S. mobile ad spend is expected to eclipse $40 billion by 2019, according to Forrester, marketers still struggle to set expectations. 4INFO's latest Mobile Advertising Benchmarks report analyzed 136 mobile campaigns, ranging from beverage giants to cosmetic suppliers, and looks for ways that marketers can link offline sales data with mobile ad impressions. Check out the full text the report, "Mobile Advertising Benchmarks" A standard for mobile measurement is sorely needed. With over 90 percent of sales still coming at brick-and-mortar locations, and mobile location-tracking technologies being woefully imprecise for tracking store visits, marketers must find ways to track and attribute sales more effectively. How Smartphones and Smart Kitchens Are Remaking the Home Cook. The Customer Experience Reviews Sponsored By How Smartphones and Smart Kitchens are Remaking the Home Cook These 'Non-Official Sponsors' Found Clever Ways to Sneak Their Brand Into Brazil.
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It’s the most intimate and individual piece of personal mobile technology most people own. And if you want to know your customers, serve your customers, and sell to your customers, it’s critical that you get a grip on mobile. The data shows over and over that it’s one of the most effective and efficient ways to market, but too many companies are leaving money on the table by using it clumsily — when engagement is done wrong, there’s no coming back from it when customers can opt out with a tap — or not at all. With mobile marketing, there’s not much time for trial and error. VentureBeat dove deep into mobile trends and best practices to uncover exactly what you need to do nail down your mobile marketing fast and deliver an unstoppable mobile marketing strategy. This list below only scratches the surface.
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What you may not have known is that Kik is one of many messenger apps experiencing exponential growth the past several years. With Facebook announcing ambitious plans to expand their own Messenger app to incredible new heights, it may well be time to consider the potential for reaching the vast young audience on this new medium. Even our friends at Spredfast have dedicated a huge amount of time diving into the potential for marketers in their latest report. Their research convinced us that not only can brands find an audience on messaging apps, it may just be a perfect match. The natural migration of the youth The younger generation is outgrowing traditional text based messaging and shifting towards more dynamic channels for their flexibility and various new options for expression. Mobile, Social, Content, Email: Digital Marketing Trends And Prediction 2015.
Here is a Syndacast's 2015 digital marketing infographic about the top trends and prediction - mobile, content, social and email marketing - that are defining digital marketing today and are likely to have a significant influence on its future course.
Key takeaways: Mobile optimization is expected to take a big leap in 2015. Mobile-specific content will be created for consumers which incorporates the rules of: Responsive Web Design and Advertisement. Content marketing is said to make an even greater impact in 2015. Money from PPC, SEO and social media will be allocated to content. PaperFold : un smartphone composé de trois écrans tactiles. A l’heure actuelle, nos smartphones reprennent quasiment tous le même « form factor » mais il n’en ira pas forcément de même dans l’avenir.
Preuve en est, le Docteur Vertegaal a eu l’idée de concevoir un terminal d’un nouveau genre composé de trois écrans tactiles distincts. Et si l’appareil peut parfaitement faire office de téléphone portable, il peut aussi se transformer très rapidement en ordinateur de poche d’appoint. Prometteur, non ? Certes, et vous allez justement pouvoir découvrir le PaperFold dans une magnifique vidéo de démonstration. Et autant vous prévenir de suite, il vaudra mieux penser à attacher votre ceinture. Le Docteur Vertegaal cumule deux casquettes différentes. Le PaperFold dans toute sa splendeur. Si vous vous rendez sur la chaine YouTube du Human Media Lab, vous pourrez d’ailleurs constater que ce laboratoire de recherche travaille sur de nombreux projets particulièrement intéressants et notamment sur des technologies d’écrans flexibles. Mobile - Moving Toward Mobile: The Future of Shopping Is on the Small Screen.
Mobile devices are rapidly becoming consumers' go-to tool for all their shopping needs.
Is your website optimized to handle these online shoppers—or are they going to leave your business behind? Some 52% of smartphone and tablet users say that a bad mobile experience makes them less likely to do business with a company, according to the following DirectBuy infographic. "Smartphone and tablet users are 5X more likely to abandon a task, including shopping, if the site isn't mobile-optimized," states DirectBuy. Moreover, "by 2020, user experience will surpass pricing and product as the main differentiator between brands," suggests DirectBuy, citing findings by customer intelligence consulting firm Walker.