Mobile Marketer today – Top 10 mobile advertising campaigns of Q2; Mobile messaging apps challenge marketers to get as personal as possible.
Luxury Daily today – St. Regis broadens content reach through digital magazine; Traditional media brands must adapt by merging content with tech: L2.
Mobile Minutes: IPhone 6 in China; PayPal, eBay split; Samsung’s Tizen inventory; Google’s Oracle appeal deniedJune 30, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Apple’s iPhone 6 ends China’s cheap streak; PayPal and eBay to trade separately starting next month; Samsung Electronics plans more Tizen smartphones this year: source; Supreme Court denies Google appeal on Oracle suit.
Mobile Marketer today – Bud Light uncovers social’s role in millennials’ summer fun; P&G, esurance marry branding, same-sex ruling in mobile outreach.
Luxury Daily today – Armani brings music appreciation to new channel with Spotify app; China slowdown offset by “high-speed” households: report.
Mobile Minutes: Siri and HomeKit; Mobile payments and tips; T-Mobile’s free upgrades; Apple’s Confederate flag removalJune 29, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Here’s how Apple’s Siri will control your house under HomeKit program; Mobile payments are making people tip more at meals; T-Mobile offers free phone upgrades whenever you want; Apple purges online store of certain apps using Confederate flag.
Mobile Marketer today – Unilever’s Axe badly needs grooming in mobile Web UX: analysis; 59pc of millennials use smartphones as sous-chefs: Google.
Luxury Daily today – Lalique guides consumers through cosmopolitan cities via social raffle; Cartier, Refinery29 highlight professional women following their dreams.
Mobile Commerce Daily is inviting opinion pieces on mobile commerce issues that affect retailers and marketers as they encourage shopping and transacting via mobile.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook Messenger; Bacteria-free BlackBerry; Facebook’s HBO premieres; Mobile designated driversJune 26, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Now you can use Facebook Messenger without Facebook; BlackBerry considers bacteria-free device for hospitals; HBO offers premiere episodes of two series on Facebook; Tap your phone, and a designated driver takes you (and your car) home.