Priceline wants a bigger role throughout the travel experience, such as enabling hotel check-ins or on-site purchases, and views mobile as essential to realizing these goals.
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The next act for Louis K. Gump was tough: where to go after helping build The Weather Channel and CNN into two of three most trafficked mobile destinations nationwide? He did not stray too far from the fold, but he is looking to stretch.
As consumers increasingly use mobile to make purchases, MasterCard is turning its focus to developing payment services that address how the user experience converges across various devices.
While augmented reality provides an opportunity to create unique and entertaining engagement experiences, few marketers are leveraging it in any significant way. One exception is Walmart, which has run two large-scale AR promotions this year, with more likely to come.
SMS, QR codes and mobile video get the vote of the top marketing executive at Syniverse as mobile channels that will gain the most marketer and retailer traction this year.
With 40 percent of smartphone owners browsing the Internet more frequently on their phones – using their devices to make holiday charity donations and buy gifts online – it only makes sense to ensure mobile purchases are available anywhere at any time.
Mobile Commerce Daily intern Gabby Kalika attends Chapman University in Orange County, CA. She walked around school asking fellow students if they had ever bought anything from their mobile devices. Here are some of the answers she got.
Mobile commerce is easily outpacing other retail channels as the fastest-growing and with only one way to go: up.
NEW YORK – The attendees at the 2011 Mobile Marketing Forum agree that brands see the potential of mobile and are finally incorporating it into their marketing efforts.
The world’s largest mobile commerce platform company has a bird’s-eye view of how brands, retailers and consumers are turning to smartphones and tablets for fulfilling searching, shopping and buying activity. Does Usablenet see a tipping point for mobile commerce on the horizon?