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Sunday, January 20, 2019

Mobile Marketing

How M:Commerce will impact 2019

Through the 2018 holiday season, retailers and merchants saw larger and larger numbers of consumers checking in and checking out on mobile devices. For the season, mobile commerce accounted for more than half of visits and according to Adobe's data 57% of holiday spending. >>

Ecommerce

Speed, convenience top shoppers' wants

Less than 20 years ago, people would walk into a store and be disappointed if a sales person wasn't readily available to answer questions. Today, that has changed. In fact, according to one new report, sales person interaction is near the bottom of consumers' list of wants when shopping. >>

Social Marketing

2 trends to adopt in social

Marketing strategy should change and evolve every year, but in the social space, strategies need upgrades and shifts more often. The problem is that many brands continue to rely on actions and events that worked in 2017 or even farther back rather than strategies that are working now. What is working now? Read on for two tips. >>

Ecommerce

Study: To get shoppers in-store, up the experience

According to a new report, the sensory experience - being able to not only see but touch and try on items - is key to shoppers choosing to come into stores or shopping online. In fact more than three-quarters (78%) of shoppers around the globe say a good sensory experience is key to them shopping in physical stores. >>


Internet

Predictions for the game industry

From console to app-based, and single player to MMORPGs, gaming continues to be a big draw for a large part of the population. What can game developers - and advertisers - expect from gaming in 2019? We asked an expert for his thoughts. >>

Internet

Experts ID trends to watch in AI

A big deal just two years ago, artificial intelligence remains a digital factor that hasn't quite reached the heights many believed it would. That doesn't, of course, mean that AI is dead. Rather, digital brands and service providers need to find better ways to reach consumers to engage them in AI. Here are four predicts from experts who believe 2019 will be a game-changer for AI. >>

Internet

Expert: How brands can prep for innovative tech changes in 2019

While most marketers are focused on ad strategy for 2019, the truth is that they should also be focused on cybersecurity measures, data privacy, and even breaches. That, because as consumers spend more time in the digital space, so do fraudsters. We asked Kaspersky Labs what marketers should be looking for as they plan for 2019. >>

Internet

3 IoT predictions for 2019

Mobile devices, gaming systems, computers, smart watches. The number of ways consumers go online continues to grow, as does the time spent there. According to one expert, in 2019, data will continue to be top of mind for most IoT companies, and security will be close behind. >>

Mobile Marketing

Report: Mobile growing in importance for shoppers

Over the 2018 holiday season retailers saw a significant increase in mobile commerce, and that trend is only expected to grow in the new year. In fact, according to new data out from Yes Marketing more than half (57%) of shoppers are now using mobile devices while shopping in-store. >>

Advertising

Experts: Embrace differences in CTV, linear TV

Too many brands and marketers are looking at the digital space through analog vision according to some experts, and that distorted view makes it hard for those brands, publishers, and advertisers to fully connect with digital consumers. A new year is the perfect time to update that digital strategy. Here's how two experts believe brands should change their interaction via CTV, walled gardens, and M&A. >>

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