Today in mobile marketing – Twitter expands ecommerce to attract more retailers; ComScore to buy Rentrak creating major challenger to Nielsen; Google redesigns Chromecast for speed and power; 3 companies race to charge smartphones without wires.
Luxury Daily today – Consumers drive 99.36pc of social conversation surrounding luxury fashion: report; Top 10 brand social videos of Q3.
Mobile Marketer today – Snickers campaign exhibits importance of noninstrusive mobile ads; What brands can learn from Volvo’s award-winning creative: Digital execs.
Mobile Minutes: Amazon’s app delivery gigs; Alibaba’s Paytm stake; Sonos upgrade; Google’s new devicesSeptember 30, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Amazon taps ‘on-demand’ workers for one-hour deliveries; Alibaba takes stake in Indian mobile payments start-up; Sonos software upgrade allows speakers to tune to your room; Google unveils new devices to connect smartphone and TV.
Luxury Daily today – Hublot places consumers at center of corporate event via Snapchat; Saks shortens distance between New York and Toronto in international love story.
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook, eyeing TV dollars, rolls out new ad products; Apple sells 13 million iPhones over weekend; Samsung Pay goes live in the US; Snapchat has exponentially expanded visibility.
Mobile Marketer today – Higher mobile budgets correlate to higher revenue, says Coca-Cola exec; Maxus Global exec: Marketers need more thoughtful approach to mobile platforms.
Luxury Daily today – Chanel plays with a jazz band for Blues Rhythm collection effort; Ecommerce growth does not need to mean slowed in-store conversions: report.
Mobile Minutes: IPhone 6S debuts; Sprint vs. T-Mobile; Google’s antitrust woes; BlackBerry’s Android phoneSeptember 28, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – IPhone 6S global launch undeterred by Pope’s visit or bad weather; Sprint, T-Mobile escalate war for new iPhone customers; Google said to be under U.S. antitrust scrutiny over Android; BlackBerry to launch Android smartphone.
Mobile Marketer today – Heyday for hashtags has passed for marketers; Apple Music attracts new advertising dollars to streaming music: report.