Online retailer and infomercial brand Total Gym Fitness is seeing higher conversions from mobile browsers who interact with brand representatives via chat on its mobile site.
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Japanese skincare brand SK-II is aiming to increase awareness for its line of beauty products through a mobile banner advertisement on New York magazine’s fashion blog The Cut.
Sephora continues to make content a key part of its strategy to create a mobile and social powerhouse, as evidenced through a new application feature that centers around the retailer’s loyalty program.
Pointing to the wide appeal of mobile for loyalty programs, medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado are the latest merchants to tap smartphones for driving repeat visits.
MAC Cosmetics is maximizing its direct mail with QR codes that drive commerce and sign-ups for the makeup brand’s SMS program
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L’Oréal brand Maybelline is launching limited-time flash sales of exclusive products in Thailand, working with the Line social networking application to increase its mobile commerce presence in the country.
The online marketplace for beauty and wellness services StyleSeat has launched a mobile application to help consumers book beauty appointments on the go.
The Dollar Shave Club recently tested changes to its mobile and desktop site to improve conversion rates and saw a 126 percent increase in conversions on the Samsung Galaxy S3 as well as a 27 percent increase in conversions on the Nexus 7.