Category Archives: Mobile Marketing

5 Mobile Marketing Mistakes – and How to Fix Them [Infographic]

According to a report from Mobile Media Consumption, consumers today spend nearly 60% of their time on the Internet on their mobile devices, as compared to their desktop or laptop computer, tablet and other devices. These findings support what we as modern … Continue reading

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7 Predictions on Mobile Marketing Trends in 2015 You Need To Know

Jeff Bullas blog always has great insights into the mobile marketing world, and here is no different. Read here to see what are his top 7 predictions for this years mobile marketing trends. Continue reading

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How accurate were last years predictions for mobile in tech 2014?

Every year there are predictions thrown around to see what new technologies will come about and revolutionize the way we do things. Here is a list from EzTexting showing which ones came true and which ones fell short. Continue reading

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10 Incredible Mobile Marketing Stats 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

The average media consumption for one person is 7 hours of which 1.8 hours is spent on a mobile. This is just one of the more prominent stats from Text Marketer that shows that 2015 will be another big year for mobile. Continue reading

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Mobile push notifications: an effective but underused marketing channel

New research from Econsultancy shows that a fifth (20%) of companies now use mobile push notifications. The findings, which are included in the Cross-Channel Marketing Report 2014, struck me as quite surprising given that it has the potential to be a … Continue reading

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