Despite strong profit projections in the past year, a new report from CellPoint Mobile claims that airlines are not taking full advantage of mobile solutions for their ecommerce infrastructures.
Realtor.com is making it easier than ever for consumers to find and share real estate listings thanks to an integration between its mobile application and iMessage that lets users quickly send listings to friends through a text message.
After entering Asia at a high rate of speed, luxury brands quickly oversaturated the region which has caused a number of recent store closures and the need to rethink retail strategy, according to a new report by Boston Consulting Group.
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Mobile Marketer today – Folgers leverages user-generated content for jingle-themed campaign; Coach, Simon make bold move for attention with virtual runway creation.
Luxury Daily today – Jaguar makes refueling faster with in-app payment; How emerging luxury brands can go-it-alone internationally.
Shift in behavior has meant that brands have had to work harder to understand which devices consumers use to access their Web sites.
Fast-food retailer Taco Bell is hoping to shepherd in traffic to its new flagship location in Las Vegas with a social media campaign that will result in a wedding.
Sun Products’ fabric softener brand was able to get in on the frenzy surrounding Valentine’s Day and build a relationship with consumers to gather data by producing love videos for mobile users.
While the rise of mcommerce and ecommerce at large is unsurprising to anyone paying attention, online retail is usurping bricks-and-mortar spending in Q4, the most active retail quarter, according to the latest comScore report.
Today in mobile marketing – Uber rider sues for $47M after wife caught him cheating in the app; Banks look to cellphones to replace A.T.M. cards; Red-hot Apple shares close at record high; The coming AI wars.
Mobile Marketer today – Golden age of Fitbit is ending, marketers need to adapt; 7Up mixes it up with new digital campaign.
Luxury Daily today – Fashion and theater meet for Michael Kors’ fashion week mobile efforts; Fashion labels should seek greater exposure on retailers’ social channels: L2.