Articles Tagged ‘Twitter’


Mobile Minutes: Pandora to expand; Twitter’s Quality Filter; Disney throws a curveball; Facebook traffic to news sites

August 22, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Pandora nears deals for on-demand streaming; Twitter rolls out quality filter feature for all users; What’s behind Disney’s $1B investment in major league baseball’s digital arm; Facebook traffic to US news sites has fallen by double digits, report says.

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Mobile Minutes: Google Duo; Airbnb tests travel guides; Snapchat eyes Vurb; Twitter on Apple TV

August 17, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Google Duo is like FaceTime but more fun; Airbnb tests standalone app for travel guides and services; Snapchat may buy personalized search app Vurb for more than $100M; Twitter shares surge 7pc on talk of Apple TV deal.

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Mobile Minutes: Square finds niche; Facebook addresses clickbait; Pokemon Go lawsuit; Twitter’s time to sell

August 5, 2016

Today in mobile marketing ­– Square finds profitable niche between food trucks and Starbucks; Facebook’s news feed to show fewer clickbait headlines; Pokemon Go target of class action lawsuit; It’s time for Twitter to sell: analysis.

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Bobbi Brown, Steve Madden usher in sales through social shopping platform

August 1, 2016

Bobbi Brown, French Connection and Steve Madden are taking a modern approach to summer campaigns by driving sales through bloggers on social media, aggregated in a shoppable format on Stylinity.

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Mobile Minutes: Facebook bets on lasers; Google pitches AI; Twitter verification; Phone charger sales surge

July 21, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Facebook wants to use laser to deliver high-speed Internet; Google uses AI to lure new cloud customers; Twitter’s latest change probably wouldn’t have helped Leslie Jones; Phone charger sales are surging because of Pokemon Go.

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Pottery Barn taps users to drive inspiration in shoppable digital gallery

July 19, 2016

Pottery Barn is leveraging user-generated content to drive sales from a digital gallery where items featured in customers’ photos can be purchased, driving inspiration and impulse buying.

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Mobile Minutes: FCC releases 5G spectrum; Tech leaders on Trump; Line’s IPO debut; Twitter scores sports deal

July 15, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – US FCC votes to advance next-generation 5G networks; An open letter from technology sector leaders on Donald Trump’s candidacy for president; Japanese chat app operator Line Corp soars in New York debut; Twitter signs another live sports deal: Pac-12 to live-stream 150 events next season.

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Mobile Minutes: Twitter adds more live TV; Amazon’s Prime Day issues; EU, US data pact; Ashley Madison’s new pitch

July 13, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Twitter to live stream some Bloomberg TV programs; Amazon fixes Prime Day checkout issue; EU approves privacy shield data-transfer pact with US; Ashley Madison wants you to find your moment, not have an affair.

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Mobile Minutes: Pokemon Go surpasses Tinder; Twitter live streams conventions; Facebook and news; AI and Europe

July 12, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Pokemon Go is already bigger than Tinder; Twitter, CBS News to live stream GOP, Democratic conventions; Face it, Facebook. You’re in the news business; Artificial intelligence is setting up the Internet for a huge clash with Europe.

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Mobile Minutes: Uber, Pandora partner; Twitter adds stickers; Amazon Dash expands; Google’s smartphone

June 28, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Uber and Pandora partner to offer music to drivers; Twitter’s new stickers are Snapchat filters, but for tweets; Amazon to add dozens of brands to Dash buttons, but do shoppers want them?; Google is building a phone for this year, says unlikely report.

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