• Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

    Mobile Marketing Trends

    by  • March 13, 2014 • Featured, Mobile Marketing • 0 Comments

    Mobile strategy

    Now that we are almost through the first quarter of 2014 (hard to believe, isn’t it?) it seems like a good time to talk about some marketing trends for the year. We’ve talked before about how mobile marketing has and will continue to grow exponentially in 2014 and beyond. Here are a few ways...

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    Mobile Amplifies Importance of Customer Communication & Comfort

    by  • January 21, 2014 • Featured, Mobile Marketing • 0 Comments

    Communication with customers

    It seemed not so long ago, communicating and interacting with customers was relatively simple. Customers would receive advertisements, talk to storefront workers, call customer service… many businesses understood their consumers well, and stuck to the methods that proved successful. In the 1970’s there were already over 125 published definitions of the word ‘communication’, and...

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    Mobile Apps and Spending Trend Continues

    by  • January 10, 2014 • Mobile Marketing • 0 Comments

    Mobile Marketing Increases

    If you thought that the mobile marketing sector was big in 2013, this year is likely to see an even bigger increase in the number of companies that use mobile marketing, and applications are at the forefront. According to Mashable, mobile advertising is expected to increase as much as 64% in 2014. This is...

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    Tablets, Video Emails, Mobile Payments Shape Mobile Marketing in 2014

    by  • December 30, 2013 • Mobile Marketing • 0 Comments

    Mobile marketing strategies

    The concept of mobile and mobile marketing is becoming common knowledge, and it is accepted that smartphones and tablets will be crucial for businesses for years to come. In fact, market research consultant Illuminas predicts that global mobile data traffic will increase 700% by 2017, and that mobile devices will outnumber the human population...

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