Applications that employ push notifications drive more than twice as much usage as apps that do not. App users are your most profitable customers. So it only makes sense to ensure that notifications are both seen and retained.
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If you are a marketer or retailer with applications, I have some bad news for you.
As we all know, both the Android and iOS App Stores are crowded. To be successful, you need to do more than just develop an app and wait for the money to start rolling in. But with so many mobile apps out there, how does one truly standout?
CANNES, France – Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank and Droga5 founder/CEO David Droga, on a panel yesterday at the Cannes Lions ad festival, provided an overview of how they started working together to form an effective partnership.
Shopping companion application shopkick continues to evolve the mobile coupon space by introducing video viewing and receipt scanning, providing consumers with a wider range of methods to receive rewards while enabling retailers to enhance engagements.
The costs associated with acquiring a loyal user – someone who opens an app three times or more – was at an all-time high of $4.23 for Apple iOS in December 2015, according to Fiksu. During the same month, the cost per install (CPI) for Android users reached a new height at $3.34.
Given that just 200 apps make up more than 70 percent of all app usage, it can be awfully challenging for brands outside of that elite group to create something that sticks.
NEW YORK – A Walgreens executive at the Mcommerce Summit: State of Mobile Commerce 2016 emphasized the importance of omnichannel experiences, as customers who interact with the retailer through multiple touch points are up to six times more valuable than those who just visit bricks-and-mortar locations.
In the changing face of mobile commerce, the ongoing debate between mobile apps and the mobile Web is about trade-offs.
A Forrester study reports that half of users’ state they would uninstall an app that they classify as poor and would be less willing to interact with the company’s Web site or on social media.