Today in mobile marketing – Twitter opens up its mobile ad network, introduces video; Apple narrows gap with Samsung in global smartphone sales; What I learned when I lost my internship at Facebook; Sorry Snapchat, but you’re not winning this election.
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Today in mobile marketing – Facebook takes on Medium and LinkedIn with new Notes look; Commentary: Why federal regulators care about Kim Kardashian’s Instagram feed; Twitter says to accelerate push for content partnerships in Asia; UberEats Food Delivery Comes to San Francisco.
Sephora recently partnered with Clinique spokeswoman Hannah Bronfman for a takeover of its Snapchat, showcasing how retailers, brands and celebrities are teaming up for social media cross-promotion to drive sales.
Today in mobile marketing – Electronic skin sensors to control mobile gadgets; Twitter expands partnership with NFL; Apple swaps online ‘store’ for ‘buy’ buttons; Facebook isn’t a real threat to YouTube … yet.
Kohl’s is driving sales of a new collaborative collection with Disney via social platforms, leveraging a multitude of tactics to attract fans of the Descendants made-for-TV film, including a social media sweepstakes, question-and-answer segments and trivia games.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s news feed controls; Twitter’s birthday feature; Spotify versus Apple; Microsoft’s Windows 10July 10, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Never miss a post again: Facebook rolls out news feed controls; Twitter wants to celebrate your birthday; Spotify is picking a fight with Apple over the app store; As Microsoft trims phone unit, Windows 10 may be its best mobile strategy yet.
While there is significant interest this year in buy buttons on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Google and Twitter, limited availability and poor execution are among the factors likely to hamper their potential to impact sales, according to a Forrester Research analyst.
Mobile Minutes: Twitter’s revenue tactics; Connected cars study; Playboy’s safe-for-work app; LG’s leather phoneMay 22, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – How Twitter plans to make more money, in five not-so-easy steps; Not so fast: connected cars could cause data traffic jams; Playboy launching mobile app – sans the models; LG’s G4 smartphone: What you need to know.
Domino’s continues to lead the way in innovating the digital ordering experience, with its latest strategy promising to enable customers to order a pizza in seconds using an emoji on Twitter.
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar is the latest food marketer to leverage Periscope, using Twitter’s streaming application to broadcast a public menu sampling taking place in New York’s Times Square as part of a bigger effort to drive awareness and sales for the new items.