Given how quickly the field is developing, consumer ecommerce behavior is still a mystery to many working in mobile, making the online shopping ecosystem one largely bereft of personalization, according to a new report from Episerver.
Mobile Minutes: Fertility apps; Facebook money transfer; Verizon reaches lowered Yahoo deal; Social media risks
Today in mobile marketing – Get pregnant… or don’t! Fertility apps help with both; TransferWise launches international money transfers via Facebook; Verizon reaches deal for lowered Yahoo price after hacks; PewDiePie dust-up shows risks brands take to tap into social media.
Mobile Marketer today – WhatsApp Snapchat copycat feature gives marketers more options; Mike and Ike partner with Paul George, NBA 2K17 for social campaign.
Today in mobile marketing – Project Loon, Alphabet’s Wi-Fi-beaming moon shot, still flying; Samsung scion follows father’s path in scandal not just business; The bright-eyed talking doll that just might be a spy; S&P downgrade warning sends Toshiba shares falling.
Mobile Marketer today – The allure of Snapchat Discover has newspapers migrating en masse; Pepsi uses mobile hub for NBA-themed Web series.
Luxury Daily today – British Vogue appeals to shrinking attention spans with chatbot news; Luxury arts patronage must lean on codes of authenticity to be well-received.
Visa has partnered up with IBM Watson to bring its mobile payment system to all of IBM’s IoT-connected devices as consumers become more comfortable with the technology, driving mcommerce further into a futuristic era.
With the lead up to this year’s eTail West in full swing, here is what is awaiting attendees of the conference, which begins on February 27 and touts 60 percent retail attendance.
Mobile has made businesses more open and collaborative with each other, but those that resist this trend will be left behind in the coming years, according to a new report from Samsung.
Today in mobile marketing – Auto union courts Tesla workers, amplifies ‘buy American’ message; eBay CEO: Supersmart AI will help you sell everything; Apple vowed to revolutionize television. An inside look at why it hasn’t; Snap aims for valuation of more than $20 billion in I.P.O.