With smartphone owners using their device both before and during physical retail shopping trips, mobile can be used to get customers to the store and help keep them there, according to a new report from Google.
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The elephant in the room at the Galaxy S4 smartphone launch in New York was Android. Not one word about the Google-owned operating system. Is all well in Camelot?
A new case study from adidas, iProspect and Google found that one in five consumers who clicked on a store locator on the brand’s mobile site went to an in-store location, showing how marketers need to move beyond conversions to gauge the effectiveness of mobile.
With consumers using multiple devices to aid in the shopping process, this holiday season had a direct correlation to the amount that users spent, according to a new study from Google and Nielsen.
Technologies such as Google Wallet and Apple’s Passbook are replacing traditional forms of payment. With consumers increasingly becoming more comfortable making purchases both big and small, there is no doubt the mobile wallet will make an even greater splash this year.
With a refreshed site, new application features and various forms of advertising, Home Depot’s mobile conversions doubled from the first half of 2012 compared to the same time period in 2011, according to a new case study from Google.
Mobile loyalty and mobile payments offerings are often two separate strategies, but it is becoming increasingly apparent that each needs the other in order to provide a strong user experience that will support wider adoption.
Four out of five mobile and tablet owners will use their devices in their shopping activities for the upcoming holiday season, according to a new report from Google.
Click-to-call and click-to-map advertising are often used in conjunction. However, marketers might be better off splitting the ad formats apart since they target groups of users with different mindsets.
Mobile payments’ biggest players, including Google, PayPal and Visa, have decided cooperating may be the better way to drive further growth instead of competing with one another.