Social media is playing a vital role in this year’s holiday retail season, with the best deals generating the most buzz, according to a report by Brandwatch.
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Mobile Minutes: Marketing to millennials; Snapchat outranks Instagram; Facebook bends; Twitter’s non-active usersDecember 11, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Market to millennials by getting out of the way; Snapchat outranks Instagram as fastest-growing social network for American millennials: Harvard IOP poll; Facebook bends to publishers, tweaks Instant Articles advertising; Twitter looks to make money from ads aimed at logged-out users.
Today in mobile marketing – Can your mobile customers afford to watch your ads?; Twitter tests displaying Tweets out of chronological order; Pinterest acquires The Hunt and Pext to build out shopping; Apple Watch 2 release date rumors: Apple Inc. planning March 2016 event For smartwatch, 4-inch iPhone 6C.
Best Buy is driving online sales through posts on Twitter in which users are prompted to share opinions, answers to trivia and personal anecdotes.
Today in mobile marketing – Dismal Twitter forecast sends stock lower; Samsung Pay sees strong repeat usage among US consumers; Walmart joins the race for drone deliveries; Alibaba shares surge off strong mobile growth.
Today in mobile marketing – Twitter rolls out advertising on new Moments feature; Mozilla: Apple and Facebook’s mobile strategies risk squeezing the open Web; New Jersey town first in U.S. to use Uber to curb drunken driving; Nintendo pursues next level with mobile gaming.
Today in mobile marketing – Google challenges Netflix with ad-free YouTube subscription; MasterCard tries out selfie pay for online purchases; Twitter’s expanded coder kit embraces third-party services; Angry Birds maker Rovio to cut 213 jobs and spin off learning business.
Today in mobile marketing – LinkedIn shows off Project Voyager, its new flagship mobile app; Digital payment company Square files for IPO; Yahoo wants to kill passwords with revamped Mail app; Bernie Sanders makes big Twitter purchase.
Mobile Minutes: Twitter layoffs; Snapchat content retreat; Starbucks delivers to Empire State; Dell buys EMCOctober 14, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Twitter layoffs: Social network slashing 8 percent of workforce; Snapchat is rethinking making its own original content and reportedly laying off the team responsible for it; Starbucks launches delivery service pilot at Empire State Building; Dell to buy EMC in biggest tech takeover, a year in the making.
U.S. fashion label Diane von Furstenberg is rewarding loyal viewers of its branded reality show “House of DVF” with a giveaway of a custom-branded Fiat during the finale.