After completely dominating the online shopping world, Amazon is continuing to move further into physical retail with its latest offering: a bricks-and-mortar grocery store where consumers can purchase items through an app and then just grab them off the shelf.
- Carrier networks
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PayPal is bringing a little extra personality to the relatively impersonal process of money sharing between consumers by bringing in designer Jonathan Adler to design some colorful e-gift cards to share for the holiday season.
Papa John’s is the latest retailer to incorporate the Visa Checkout option on payments, but its full-bodied accompanying campaign is what makes the pizza delivery service stand apart.
In a move evincing the resonances of the mobile payments boom, Mastercard is partnering with Wells Fargo Treasury Management to leverage its Mastercard Send payments platform.
Mobile Minutes: Samsung Supreme Court win; Snuggie sues Amazon; Instagram comment likes; Harman car projectorDecember 7, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Samsung scores unanimous Supreme Court win over Apple; Not ‘As Seen on TV’: Snuggie maker sues Amazon.com; Instagram will soon let you like comments — or even turn them off completely; Harman’s first bet after Samsung deal is car dashboard projector.
Mobile Marketer today – Ford’s clever blind spot ad explores potential of vertical mobile video; Burger King France continues to live in the absurd with droll Christmas partnership.
Luxury Daily today – Lancôme transitions app capabilities to mobile Web with revamped site; Tradition and heritage trump hip and new for luxury brand appeal: Ipsos.
The annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show has come and gone once again, but the brand brought a few new twists to the experience that enriched it for mobile users.
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With Black Friday and Cyber Monday firmly behind us, some of the most intriguing findings involved the surging prominence of beacon technology in bricks-and-mortar presences, according to a new report from inMarket.