Articles Tagged ‘Warner Bros’


Yogurtland spices up Looney Tunes summer promotion with QR codes

August 5, 2013

Frozen yogurt company Yogurtland is releasing its next Looney Tunes-inspired flavor in its summer series and letting consumers earn free yogurt via the company’s mobile application and QR codes.

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Warner Bros. taps mobile advertising to give movie ticket sales a boost

January 9, 2013

Warner Bros. is relying on mobile advertising again to not only increase awareness for its new “Gangster Squad” film, but also encourage ticket sales.

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Warner Bros. drives movie ticket sales through new mobile campaign

August 10, 2012

Warner Bros. is ramping up awareness for its “The Campaign” film via a new mobile advertising initiative that encourages consumers to buy tickets for the movie.

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Warner Bros. drives preorder sales via mobile ad campaign

March 13, 2012

Warner Bros. is letting “Happy Feet Two” fans preorder a copy of the movie and learn more about the film via their mobile device.

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Murphy USA rolls out mobile loyalty program in collaboration with Warner Bros.

October 29, 2010

Warner Bros. has partnered with Murphy USA, a national gas station and convenience store chain co-located at Walmart, to use Whrrl as the main focus of their social media campaign for the movie “Due Date.”

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New social media app GetGlue monetizes via affiliate network, branded rewards

June 28, 2010

GetGlue is monetizing its new application for iPhone with mobile commerce affiliate relationships and branded stickers given as rewards.

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Marketers jump on to the iPad application bandwagon

April 5, 2010

With the sudden craze of the just-released Apple iPad, many companies rolled out their own applications for the much-anticipated device.

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