The sports media company debuts an app-to-app implementation that enables sports fans to purchase tickets to upcoming games.
Mobile has been a game-changer for this tire company. Here's how the organization spins the channel to capitalize on key moments throughout the shopper journey. Plus, six tips on how to get started.
The U.K.-based fashion app links digital and in-app experiences to create a more seamless customer experience—and prevent drop-off.
Platforms like Google and Facebook, not apps, will control mobile minutes and, in turn, the mobile universe, says a Forrester report.
The football team launches a content-filled tablet app to bring the game-day experience to fans outside of Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Four experts discuss why mobile marketing is so important now and provide advice on what areas of mobile will be critical to master in the coming year.
Digital targeting becomes a must for mass marketers. More than 50% of consumers make shopping lists and download coupons to their mobile devices.
More than half said retailers aren't so smart about smartphones, saying they barely meet expectations. Load times are high and payment technology is scarce, they gripe.
Reports of the demise of the app have been greatly exaggerated. A group of largely young, female app-aholics help keep average downloads at 8.8 per month.
Inexpensive and manageable beacon marketing programs will get tested this holiday season, and consumers seem eager to give them a try.
Consumers remain enraptured in the latest products from Apple and Samsung. Will shoppers give the new Blackberry Passport the time of day?
The presence of NFC chips in iPhones could expand the technology's scalability for location-based marketing. Launching Apple Pay, however, appears to be its chief purpose.
Pink, Tiffany, and The North Face are right with the times, but Candie's, Casio, and Joe Boxer are complete zeros when it comes to mobile style.
The revenue surge was a global one, with mobile advertising up 92% worldwide, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
They'll visit stores to touch product and avoid shipping fees, but eight of 10 plan to consult mobile devices in the aisles, a study says.
Will Amazon's Android entry add another burden to marketers' already heavy mobile load? Or might it open new doors to customer interactivity?
Keep your friends close—but merge with your enemies. That seems to be the thinking behind the news that Sprint is set to acquire rival T-Mobile for $32 billion.
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SK&A is a leading provider of U.S. healthcare information solutions and databases. As ...