Receive the latest articles for free. Click here to get the Mobile Commerce Daily newsletters.

Diesel lays bare potential of contextual, native ads on Tinder and Shazam – Mobile Marketer

By
October 29, 2015

27099Click here to subscribe to Mobile Marketer for free

Diesel lays bare potential of contextual, native ads on Tinder and Shazam
Lifestyle brand Diesel is rolling out disruptive, native advertisements on the Tinder and Shazam applications that showcase fall and winter apparel while underscoring the effectiveness of reaching younger consumers on popular mobile channels.
Please click here to read the entire story on Mobile Marketer

Mobile search practices evolve in Mobilegeddon’s aftermath: report
Key differences have emerged this year between mobile and desktop search marketing regarding user experience, content and technical best practices, according to a new report from Searchmetrics.
Please click here to read the entire story on Mobile Marketer

IBM taps into Weather Channel’s immense mobile power
IBM has acquired the Weather Channel’s digital and mobile properties as well as its data assets, enabling the technology company to tap industry-leading application capabilities and weather information as it seeks a bigger mobile role.
Please click here to read the entire story on Mobile Marketer

Toshiba mobilizes fan-going experiences at Staples Center via augmented reality
Toshiba is bringing a mobile focus to basketball fans’ experiences at Los Angeles’s Staples Center by rolling out an augmented reality application that curates true-to-life pictures of team players with game attendees, allowing guests to enjoy a memorable photo opportunity.
Please click here to read the entire story on Mobile Marketer

Click here to subscribe to Mobile Marketer for free

Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on Twitter



Like this article? Sign up for a free subscription to Mobile Commerce Daily's must-read newsletters. Click here!






Tags: , ,

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply