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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Excessive use of in-store beacon technology decreases app use

The overuse of beacons in-store can lead to a significant drop in app use, according to a new report from mobile platform firm inMarket. >>

Monday, September 22, 2014

Forecast: Local media revs to push $140b

Local media is increasingly important to advertisers, especially in the online space, as more and more consumers switch how they consume news, entertainment and stay connected to important people in their lives. This importance should push local media ad revenues, right? Not as much as many might think. >>

Monday, September 22, 2014

Consumers more likely to be loyal to brands with a physical presence

Consumers are loyal to just three brands, according to Emarsys, whose recent study shows that online-only brands find it harder to attract loyal consumers than those with a physical store. >>

Monday, September 22, 2014

Study dispels myth that 15-24 year olds are the true 'digital natives'

Those who have grown up with digital technology - 'digital natives' - are the most active of Internet users, right? Wrong, according to new data from Kantar Media's TGI Clickstream study. >>

Monday, September 22, 2014

Programmatic spending skyrockets through Nexage Markeplace

Here's an interesting nugget: the mobile programmatic spend is surging forward. According to data focused on the Nexage Marketplace the programmatic spend has increased more than 200% over the past year. One expert suggests the spending increase is the result of publishers and advertisers following consumers into the mobile space. >>

Friday, September 19, 2014

Consumers prefer SMS to apps for brand communications

Findings of a global study reveal that most consumers consider SMS to be a quick and convenient way for brands to communicate with them. >>

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Britain has more female gamers than male

Yet more research has surfaced showing women dominate the gaming environment, a trend that has been growing steadily over the last year or so. >>

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Study: Mobile driving travel plans

The summer travel season is behind us, but it's just about time for destinations to start strategizing for holiday and winter travel. And, according to one new report, part of that strategy should be in mobile. >>

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Study: Top retailers failing at email

There is a new study out from Simple Relevance that suggests top retailers are failing at email - not because they are over- or under-sending or because they don't follow White Hat strategies. Because they aren't getting personal. In their study researchers found the top retailers - brands like Target, Home Depot and even Macy's - aren't offering a personalized experience through email. >>

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Study: Most shoppers engage via mobile before hitting stores

For more and more shoppers mobile is high on their retail path to purchase. According to new data out from Ninth Decimal most (81%) are now looking for retail product information on their mobile devices before going to the mall or department store. Most shoppers (69%) are also now beginning the path to purchase in their homes rather than in stores. >>

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Report: CPG brands reinvest in RTB

Programmatic, or real time bidding (RTB), ad options have grown in popularity across nearly all verticals over the past couple of years. Now, according to one report, CPG brands are increasing their programmatic spend. >>

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Report: In mobile, color matters

Are you using the right color palette in your mobile campaigns? If not, you could be missing a chance to engage consumers. According to new data out from Todacell, color matters for mobile marketers. Their research shows brighter, more energetic colors are most important for poorer countries while muted colors are more important for wealthier countries. >>

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Research reveals which website image format results in happier visitors

The most-used image format used on websites can be frustrating for users. New research by Radware and neuro-marketing consultancy NeuroStrata reveals which image format is the best at keeping your website visitors happy. >>

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Research reveals Millennials' attitudes toward brands

Millennials are the most brand-aware generation to date, and they want brands to take risks, understand their financial concerns and do more to address today's societal and ecological issues, according to new research released by Initiative. >>

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Survey: Online, offline shopping experiences 'merging'

Experience is the key to engagment according to many ecommerce experts. But, according to new data out from SmartFocus the online and offline experiences are merging, and that brings with it other challenges for retailers. >>

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