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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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.
When Bono’s organization talks, people listen.
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.
According to Business Insider and the Interactive Advertising Bureau, revenue from digital video advertising on desktop is projected to increase $3 billion dollars by 2020. Growth over the same time period for advertising on mobile platforms is an astounding $5.3 billion.
While the five largest banks in the United States continue to race forward in mobile banking, including all offering pre-login account balance information, Bank of America has pulled far ahead in product research and cross-selling on mobile, according to a new report from Forrester Research.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook adjusts Trending Topics; EBay buys Ticketbis; Snapchat and startups; Twitter provides more spaceMay 25, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook changes policies on Trending Topics after criticism; EBay expanding StubHub internationally with Ticketbis acquisition; These 5 startups used Snapchat to boost their brand (and so can you); Here’s how Twitter will give users just a bit more space.
What began as a reasonable discussion about the merits of newer, digital-native forms of content and what effect, if any, those were having on the vaunted long-form article has devolved into an all-out war-of-words amongst aficionados of both camps.
While the term may sound like something you would hear in a futuristic sci-fi film, the idea of altered reality is no longer limited to just fiction. Increasingly, it is becoming an integrated part of our world and an avenue for brands to explore.
Sephora is driving customers to mobile messaging platform Kik in a new contest asking users to answer three questions and enabling the retailer to build its audience on the platform while gaining shopper insights.