Target’s coupon application Cartwheel has updated its interface, featuring the individualized recommendations tab as the open page, making sure users can easily access them to capitalize on the effectiveness of personalization on mobile.
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While Target’s decision to end a pilot with mobile application Curbside underscores a focus on driving in-store sales, the retailer is still committed to mobile, having recently merged its mobile and desktop Web sites for a more consistent experience.
Snapchat’s new shoppable advertisements could solve past issues with a lack of return-on-investment data on the mobile messaging application through more seamless and direct calls-to-action, as long as retailers are wary of being intrusive.
Leading merchants such as Taco Bell, Target and others are jumping in with one-to-one relevant experiences, recognizing a significant opportunity to turn mobile engagements into sales. Watch this video for the full analysis.
Target’s standalone shopping application, Cartwheel, is currently testing a new feature enabling users to leverage manufacturers’ digital coupons, which offer dollar amount discounts rather than a percentage, giving customers access to increased savings opportunities.
A number of big retailers, including Macy’s, Target, Walmart and Staples, are offering more relevant native product listing ads on mobile, enabling brands to reach out to browsers based on real-time shopper data.
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One of the trends to emerge so far this year is the growing number of opportunities to drive sales from a myriad of smart devices in the home and elsewhere.
Target is driving sales of household products by placing signage in designated in-store aisles, prompting shoppers to text a keyword to a phone number to receive an exclusive mobile coupon.
Target is reportedly working on its own mobile wallet, borrowing a page from Walmart as the need to address consumers’ growing demand for smartphone services takes on greater urgency.