Digital targeting becomes a must for mass marketers. More than 50% of consumers make shopping lists and download coupons to their mobile devices.
In this webinar, with some of the most well-known mobile marketing experts, you'll get a window into what to expect next year.
General Motors to introduce a geo-located, in-auto marketing connection for brands at CES this week.
The mobile market expands every year, and 2014 was no exception. Here are some of the year's biggest mobile marketing moments.
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.
Common folk marvel over medical miracles. Dr. Ron Herskowitz marvels over the efficacy of digital marketing tools.
FitAd aims to take fitness and health brands on the run with digitally connected exercisers.
Americans surveyed are willing to give up alcohol, chocolate, coffee, or sex for a month rather than get a call from a telemarketer on their mobile phone.
Bigger smartphones and a greater willingness on the part of shoppers to transact on them led retailers to send 25 million pushes.
Sales growth drops 45 points in one year; sales of iPads are in serious decline.
Inexpensive and manageable beacon marketing programs will get tested this holiday season, and consumers seem eager to give them a try.
Yes, shoppers use their smartphones to make purchases everywhere from their car to meetings to the bathroom.
New location-based capabilities will also enable marketers to send and monitor location-based emails and social messages.
The most wonderful time of year can be a pain for marketers who don't have a solid mobile strategy.
And men account for a greater percentage of total time spent on mobile, according to a Nielsen survey.
The second screen is changing everything. But one skillful marketer says it may not all be for the better.
Google's traditional release window looms large—just in time to challenge Apple's impressive iPhone 6 release.
Demographic and location targeting dominate campaigns from AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile, says a year-long study.
The app engagement tool for marketers is opened up to more publishers worldwide.
Consumers remain enraptured in the latest products from Apple and Samsung. Will shoppers give the new Blackberry Passport the time of day?
Is the future of mobile technology all mobile payments and NFC? Or will marketers ultimately make more use of 3D and augmented reality?
Social networks and SMS aren't just for digital natives; women over 45 are as digitally engaged as twenty-somethings.
B2B customers are just as if not more mobile-oriented at work as they are as consumers.
Apple's new gadgets not only feed consumers' insatiable desire for video content, but also cast the spotlight on mobile marketers.
It's no surprise that millennial and boomer women have different communication preferences. Here's how to reach them.
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.
Even as email volume and engaged users' activity increase, open, clicks and purchase are down, according to new research.
Urban Airship solution will free in-app marketers to move beyond the standard options of "open" or "ignore."
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