62% Of Mobile Users Don’t Want Social Marketing Messages From Brands [STUDY]...
This places social networking at the very top of the mobile space, ahead of games and even listening to music. Typically, users aren’t sat in front of their desks all day, but they do take their phones with them wherever they go. Which, of course, presents a new opportunity for brands to bombard them with advertisements and marketing messages.
If, for whatever reason, you need to cover your tracks while you are browsing the web on your desktop, you have plenty of options to keep anonymous.
One nice aspect of this app is that it is open source. For those who are really paranoid about being anonymous on the Web (and some people obviously have very good reasons to be so), having access to the code means that they can inspect the code to ensure that the app really does what it says it does and then build their own version of the browser.
Owners of ecommerce sites are a pretty observant bunch. The clarity that sales provide (or lack thereof) can make marketing a bit easier to quantify. Apps Drive Sales, But What Drives Downloads?
So an app becomes the centerpiece of your new mobile marketing strategy. But is it the whole strategy? To have your app make a dent in sales, you need to get it into people’s hands. There are lots of ways to accomplish that, but simply making a great app and releasing it in the App Store won’t do the trick.
If you are part of the 51 percent of Americans with a smartphone, I’d like to ask you a question. Other than talking, texting and emailing, what do you use your phone for?
Maybe you use it for a multitude of other things, maybe just a couple. I was thinking about that question earlier today as I attached a mini zoom lens onto my iPhone and started shooting images with a depth of field usually taken by a digital SLR.
Among web designers and developers there is an ascendant group of (highly) literate geeks that have taken it upon themselves to articulate the challenges of and solutions to presenting networked content as they emerge.
With titles like Angry Birds Space being downloaded by the tens of millions, it's no secret that mobile gaming is on the rise, so researcher Newzoo set out to gather specific figures in a study that included the top 200 grossing mobile games and...
Phone maker announces new operating system, sweetens deal for app developers.Get the latest blog articles on business ideas and trends from Entrepreneur.com....
The question, of course, is whether BlackBerry 10 will offer something unique for business owners. From the touch-based keyboard to a dramatic new program for app developers, there are some interesting new features.
Mobile marketing is becoming more competitive and to increase app visibility, brands with a mobile strategy should strongly consider implementing optimization strategies for ranking and maintaining a user-base through social media.
70-80% of all mobile downloads are games. But what's the difference between a dud and a kick ass success? We spoke to Aki Järvinen, Games Professor and Creative Director at Digital Chocolate, to find out.