While the retail sector has perhaps benefited the most from advertising partnerships with social influencers – such as fashion and lifestyle bloggers – mobile-first sales opportunities still abound for marketers in a slew of other industries, including travel, home décor and food and beverage.
Join senior executives and decision-makers at the 6th annual Mcommerce Summit: State of Mobile Commerce 2016, the nation’s No. 1 conference discussing retailing and marketing with mobile as the key influencer. Speakers from retailers and marketers such as Walmart, Walgreens, IKEA, Staples, Google and Boston Retail Partners.
In a reflection of its efforts to maximize mobile sales, eBay is rolling out a new digital shopping destination for wine enthusiasts powered by mobile application Drync, enabling consumers to browse a wider selection of bottles from the alcohol platform’s network of retailers.
Energizer elicited 411,641 in-store engagements through a beacon-powered campaign that served nearby shoppers, who were leveraging various shopping applications, an in-depth look at its EcoAdvanced batteries.
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