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Payments Will Chase dethrone Apple with bank-branded mobile payment adoption?
Chase’s dedication to competing with current mobile payments developers, such as Apple and Samsung, could potentially offer it front-runner status as its substantial customer base strays away from the pigeonhole caused by software developers. Entire article
Advertising Announcing Mobile FirstLook: Strategy 2016 New York Jan. 20
Register now for the nation’s premier conference focused on how marketing, advertising, retail, agencies and media will rapidly evolve in 2016 from a mobile standpoint. Hear speakers from Coca-Cola, Unilever, Barnes & Noble’s Nook, Clorox, TPN, Forrester Research, HSN, American Express, Shazam, Foursquare, mCordis, GrubHub, AKQA, Essence and Mobext. Entire article
Research 64pc of moms have completed a mobile purchase: report
Moms are embracing mobile, with 64 percent having completed a purchase on their smartphones in the past month, up from 48 percent last year, according to a new report from BabyCenter. Entire article
Advertising Webinar on Oct. 29: Studying Opt-In Rates and Trends to Benchmark Across 15 Industry Sectors
Please register for this free webinar Thursday, Oct. 29 at 2–3 p.m. ET on good versus great mobile engagement and how to get opt-ins. Experts will discuss the industry’s largest study of opt-in rates and trends to provide benchmarks across 15 different industries. Entire article
Payments MasterCard envisions future of contactless payments via myriad of devices
MasterCard is partnering with GM, Nymi, Ringly and TrachR to develop a series of unique connected payment devices, straying from the traditional wristband and mobile offerings in an attempt to transform every device into a payment option. Entire article
Payments E*Trade caters to app and wearable users via Apple Pay
E*Trade Financial Corporation is rolling out Apple Pay functionalities for its debit card holders, as well as customers using its mobile or wearable applications, as more financial marketers acknowledge the unstoppable force of digital payment platforms. Entire article
Content Mobile Minutes: Twitter’s earnings; Samsung Pay; Walmart and drones; Alibaba’s mobile growth
Today in mobile marketing – Dismal Twitter forecast sends stock lower; Samsung Pay sees strong repeat usage among US consumers; Walmart joins the race for drone deliveries; Alibaba shares surge off strong mobile growth. Entire article
Content Coca-Cola sweetens up loyalty perks with Android Pay collaboration – Mobile Marketer
Mobile Marketer today – Coca-Cola sweetens up loyalty perks with Android Pay collaboration; What maturing smartphone market? Apple sells 48 million iPhones. Entire article
Advertising Omnichannel marketing allows brands to unite diverse audience – Luxury Daily
Luxury Daily today – Omnichannel marketing allows brands to unite diverse audience; 4 hot markets for international luxury ecommerce. Entire article
Columns Advocates and opponents of the in-app ad blocker-pocalypse
The mobile application ad blocking-pocalypse has been a hot topic of discussion lately, only emphasized by Apple’s approval, and then dismissal of ad blocking app Been Choice. This ongoing dialogue regarding the usage of ad blockers in the mobile app ecosystem is only intensifying. Entire article
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