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BizReport : July 15, 2015 Archive

July 15, 2015 Archive

Mobile Marketing | July 15, 2015

Study: One-third of workers active on mobile

Mobile devices are changing the way workers across the globe work, but these same devices can also be a hazard to the businesses employing these workers. According to new tyntec data about half of US (61%), UK (43%) and Spanish (69%) workers using personal smartphones/tablets for work-related tasks. >>

Advertising | July 15, 2015

Ad Roundup: Platforms to personalize content

In today's advertising roundup: a trio of releases setting up publishers and marketers to serve more relevant, personalized ads to consumers. >>

Ecommerce | July 15, 2015

Reports: BTS shopping will be strong

In just a couple of weeks moms and dads across the US will begin back to school shopping for their K-12 and college aged kids. New jeans and backpacks, computers and mobile devices as well as paper notebooks and pens will hit shopping carts, and according to two new forecasts retailers will make some bank. >>

Email Marketing | July 15, 2015

Melbourne urban forest project sparks 'treemail' phenomenon

Next time you want to show your affection for a tree, don't hug it, email it. A scheme in Melbourne to help residents of the city report damaged or dangerous trees has taken on a new life as a means by which people can talk to the trees. >>



Loyalty Marketing | July 15, 2015

America's most patriotic brands revealed

A survey of iconic American brands by Brand Keys reveals which are considered by consumers to be the most patriotic. >>

Ecommerce | July 15, 2015

Juniper reveals social media's direct sales will boost ecommerce

Ecommerce sales are forecast to reach new heights this year and, according to Juniper Research, social media companies acting as direct sales platforms will be a big driver of sales. >>

Advertising | July 15, 2015

Top 4 tips to improve customer experience through data

The customer experience is becoming more important to retailers and marketers every day, and that experience must be equal across devices as well as in stores. One expert offers advice on how to use data to improve the customer experience. >>