Walmart is reportedly discontinuing price matching from a printed circular in 500 stores, but the retailer will continue to offer customers at these stores an in-application equivalent, an approach that could accelerate as more retailers recognize the benefits.
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Rite Aid is working to drum up sales of beauty products with a contest on Twitter that sparks a conversation through an incentive to win $200 worth of items.
Regional grocery chains Coborn and Allegiance Retail Services’ Foodtown are honing in on loyalty personalization through mobile rewards applications in which shoppers are targeted via preferences, sales history and real-time location.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook dumps FBX; Twitter curtails buy buttons; Snapchat raises $1.8B; PayPal ditches appsMay 27, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook goes all-in on mobile with dumping of Web ad platform; Twitter shifts strategy on commerce ads; Snapchat raises $1.81 billion in new funding round; PayPal to Microsoft, BlackBerry, and Amazon Kindle: Buh-bye.
Mobile Marketer today – Are the days of cheap mobile search over?; Microsoft tries to mitigate pitfalls of user-generated content.
When Bono’s organization talks, people listen.
In the latest sign that Sephora is putting more stock in mobile-enabled services, users of its application can now schedule appointments at nearby locations, a move that follows the launch of a quiz on Kik about users’ in-store interests.
NEW YORK – A MasterCard executive at Mobile Moments NYC discussed the company’s continued innovation in payment authentication methods as well as biometrics, naming its selfie pay option as particularly effective for consumers making in-application purchases.
Bark & Co is hosting a pop-up shop where dogs can do their own shopping, with a related mobile application enabling owners to view and purchase the products their pets show the most interest in.
Mobile Minutes: Toyota and Uber; Siri chats up developers; Lyft’s advance scheduling; Google Cardboard rivalMay 26, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Toyota and Uber reach investment, lease partnership; Apple opening Siri to app developers: Report; Lyft will let people schedule rides 24 hours in advance; VR the champions: Queen legend Brian May has made a rival to Google Cardboard.