Progressive Insurance is introducing a new mobile application for its Snapshot service, a move that could drive adoption by making it easier for customers to earn rewards for their good driving habits.
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Coca-Cola and Nescafé are bringing mobile-optimized challenges and engagement experiences to shoppers in supermarkets in Beijing and Singapore, highlighting how smartphones are making it easier to connect with users at point-of-purchase.
When Airbnb set out earlier this summer to create an Apple Watch application, it initially tried to simply port over its iOS app but quickly discovered this did not provide the best-possible user experience.
Today in mobile marketing – Street Dreams magazine flips the script, bringing Instagram to print; Apple stores are about to change in this huge way; Twitter shuffles product team amid CEO search; The iPhone company.
Mobile Marketer today – Google’s search rankings change poses threat to mobile app marketers; Verizon-AOL-Millennial Media triple play sets stage for unique mobile ad offerings.
As the first Macy’s Backstage stores open their doors, the new format is leveraging in-store mobile checkout options and consumer-generated social media in an attempt to ensure success.
Casual diner chain Denny’s is rolling out a new line of burgers as well as a social media sweepstakes that promotes sales of the new menu items with gift card giveaways and Instagram engagement.
Mobile application shopkick has doubled its users in the past year to a whopping 15 million, partially due to the shopping companion’s wide-scale deployment of beacons in major retail stores, which focus on offering consumers rewards rather than banal product information.
Convenience store chain 7-Eleven is furthering its commitment to using mobile as a means of convenience by partnering with on-demand delivery platform DoorDash to allow consumers in five major markets to order goods directly from their smartphones.
Mobile Minutes: App install ads; Twitter advertising expands; Sony’s 4K phone; Snapchat and politicsSeptember 3, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Google wants to crush agitating ‘install our app’ ads; Twitter announces global expansion of self-service ads platform; Even if it wasn’t the world’s first 4K phone, the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium has a lot going on; John Kasich takes presidential campaign to Snapchat with bacon filter ad.