Mobile Marketing Integration Is Easier Than You Think

Mobile Marketing Integration Is Easier Than You Think

What does it take to integrate mobile marketing automation? Over the recent Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend: Over 75% of product searches took place on mobile. PayPal processed over $5,000 in payments per second - all from mobile devices. In the UK, over 60% of purchases were made on mobile. It’s clear that consumers have embraced mobile when it comes to their shopping euro. The question is, are brands embracing mobile consumers? More and more brands are turning to mobile marketing automation products to enhance conversion, loyalty, spend, and lifetime-value on mobile but integration can be a pain point. What exactly…read more >
Four Deep Linking Strategies for Winning on Mobile

Four Deep Linking Strategies for Winning on Mobile

  A deep link directs an app user past the home page to a specific page within it. This allows the user to take the desired action easily. Think of a gamer, who can easily action a push notification and arrive at a new game, or a shopper who can complete a purchase directly from an in-app notification. By implementing a deep linking strategy, marketers can improve user experience, app engagement and see increases in their return on investment (ROI). Mobile marketers are continually looking for ways to deliver personalised, engaging content via apps. However, they face a big challenge;…read more >
Mobile Strategy: 7 Ways To Build Your Mobile Brand

Mobile Strategy: 7 Ways To Build Your Mobile Brand

Global analysis site, StatCounter has released data that confirms what brand owners and marketers have long suspected: mobile and tablet internet usage is outstripping desktop. The Global Stats report refers to findings by its research arm that shows mobile and tablet devices accounts for 51.3% of internet usage worldwide in October 2016. While mature markets such as the UK are still spending a lot of time on desktop, forecasters predict mobile will be in the majority from here on in. From now on, if yours is not a mobile brand, you risk missing out.     Deloitte’s Mobile Consumer Trends: First…read more >