With recent surveys showing that security concerns are one of the biggest holdups in mobile payments adoption, Visa is hoping a soon-to-be released tokenization service will resonate with both consumers and merchants.
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In mere months, health and wellness brand Jamba Juice has seen 1 million transactions through an Isis mobile wallet giveaway promotion and 1 million more mobile subscribers to its loyalty rewards program.
Fashion brand Red Chapter Clothing has integrated a new source for its point-of-sale platform on iPad for a flexible, a la carte system to flow alongside the business’s growth.
Mobile Marketer today – Wet Seal fires up text messaging with rich media to better engage teens; Heineken seeks to dial up local adventures in social campaign.
Fashion retailer Aeropostale is using social and mobile messaging to build anticipation for the upcoming reveal of its new rebranding initiative on July 28, including a text campaign inviting customers in-store and hashtag promotions.
Applebee’s consistent, interactive video experience across screens drives sales lift – Mobile MarketerJuly 24, 2014
Mobile Marketer today – Applebee’s consistent, interactive video experience across screens drives sales lift; Facebook’s mobile app install ad business faces growing competition.
Businesses are still learning and discovering new ways to use SMS mass texting and push notifications as consumer engagement forces. Each technology possesses its own strengths and it is important to understand what those are when creating a mobile marketing strategy.
New research being released today reveals that, among digital wallet users, Apple’s Passbook is used more frequently than PayPal or Google Wallet, pointing to the significant potential a more complete wallet offering from Apple would have.
Family entertainment center chain Chuck E. Cheese’s new gaming mobile application Skate Universe enables users to collect tickets and redeem them in-store, integrating its mobile and in-store experience.
EBay and Fandango, among the first merchants to build apps for Amazon’s Fire smartphone, are using the phone’s unique features to eliminate the number of taps and swipes between search, browse and purchase for a more streamlined shopping experience.