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BizReport : May 1, 2013 Archive

May 1, 2013 Archive

Mobile Marketing | May 01, 2013

Mobile remote deposit capture adoption exceeds bank's expectations

More signs this week that consumers are becoming increasingly comfortable with mobile banking. Hawaii-based American Savings Bank this week announced that customer adoption of their mobile remote deposit capture banking service reached their one year goal in just one month. >>

Search Marketing | May 01, 2013

BRC: 198% YoY rise in retail search volume via tablets

The latest findings of the British Retail Consortium/Google Retail Monitor reveal that total retail search volumes from UK consumers searching via a tablet have increased significantly. >>

Mobile Marketing | May 01, 2013

46% use mobile only in path-to-purchase

Today's mobile consumers increasingly start their path-to-purchase on a mobile device yet around half convert offline or on another screen, according to new research released by Telmetrics and xAd. >>

Mobile Marketing | May 01, 2013

App developers: AppJam challenge now open

A new competition for app developers is now open for submissions. From Viggle, the AppJam competition is looking for submissions which create companion apps for television; the apps are used with the Viggle platform. >>

Mobile Marketing | May 01, 2013

Fiksu: App downloads steady through March

App download numbers may show an increase over the past year, but app marketing costs remain steady. This according to new data out from Fiksu; researchers note that while app downloads have increased about 12% (2012 vs. 2013), the costs associated with engaging and converting app buyers remained fairly steady for the reporting period. >>

Research | May 01, 2013

Study: One-quarter of teens are mobile

Don't look for American teens to be logging on to the Internet from a desktop or laptop computer - at least not only a traditional computer. According to new data out from the Pew Internet and American Life Project about one-quarter of teens are now mobile - meaning they access the web primarily from mobile devices. >>