Tag: Mobile Content

Topic: Mobile Apps Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Booking On Mobile Apps Makes The Mainstream – Now It’s Time To Make It A No-Brainer

People are accustomed to doing loads more with their mobile apps, regarding them as the collective “go-to” for everything necessary to organize, optimize and enjoy the daily routine. As a result, consumers are primed for deeper engagement “in-app” at precisely the same time that more marketers are looking beyond the app install to drive conversions deeper in the funnel. It’s a dynamic that pushes down the cost to acquire users who will convert and boosts the chances of many app categories – especially booking apps - to win big.

Topic: Mobile Apps Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Focus Beyond Google And Apple To Reach New Audiences With Your Mobile App

Smart companies are looking beyond the iTunes App Store and Google Play, mapping out a multiple app store strategy to reach a larger market with their app. These alternative app store environments offer a variety of benefits, allowing app developers to boost brand profile, reach new audiences and expand to new geographies. From Amazon Appstore (one of the biggest Android app stores in both reach and rate of growth) to the Opera Mobile Store (the app store owned and operated by Opera Software ASA that reports a user base of more than 100 million monthly users across 230 countries) opportunity is calling.

Topic: Mobile Apps Author: Peggy Anne Salz

A Look At How Germany Is Crushing It In Mobile Marketing And Apps

If money talks, then the massive growth of mobile in Germany speaks volumes. Reams of recent research, and app market data shared exclusively with Forbes, underline the country’s pivotal position and potential as a powerhouse market for mobile marketing, apps and advertising. The numbers add up to “cement Germany as the number one app market in Europe,” according to Patrick Kane, Priori Data CEO and Founder.

Topic: Mobile Engagement Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Listening To The Audio Opportunity At The Washington Post

Since Amazon founder Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post in 2013, the publication has become a sandbox for digital ideas that span a wide spectrum. I catch up with David Merrell, Manager of Product Development at The Washington Post, to discuss how the company is harnessing audio content, exploring voice interfaces, and preparing for the opportunities and challenges of storytelling on new platforms.

Topic: Mobile Commerce Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Igniting Mobile Commerce Through Frictionless Content

The rapid advance of ad-blocking tech turns up the pressure on content owners to seek more engaging and effective ways to monetize their assets. While the results of strategies aimed at delivering content and communications aligned with our context in the mobile moment are impressive, the progress is overshadowed by the steep decline in digital advertising revenues. Recent months have seen a flurry of activity as companies strike out in new directions, searching for new formulas and models that use digital content to drive commerce.

Topic: Mobile Engagement Author: Peggy Anne Salz

App Marketing Shifts From Installs To Engagement

More apps mean more competition for users. This dynamic is driving user acquisition costs into the stratosphere. Companies have a choice: They can pay higher prices to acquire app users, or they can invest more effort in retaining high-value customers. Reams of recent research reveal a seismic shift to the latter as more app marketers sharpen their focus on approaches that emphasize “quality over quantity.” It’s all about keeping users loyal. App marketers are beginning to understand that the customer-centric rules of online, digital and physical marketing also apply in the App Economy.

Topic: Mobile Enterprise Author: Paul Jarrett

Massive Mobility Trends And How They Impact The Enterprise

Enterprise mobility broke boundaries and set records in 2016 - and this continues in 2017. With employees now leading the smartphone revolution, businesses are subsequently finding ways of leveraging the latest mobile (and other) technology to improve processes, reduce costs and connect staff. And as the mobile landscape continues to shift, understanding the latest trends, and how they can be incorporated, has never been so vital. Here are the 4 massive mobility trends you should keep top of your radar.

Topic: Mobile Marketing Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Mobile Internet Advertising Rising Fast To Eclipse Desktop In 2017

Mobile isn’t just causing a seachange in consumer behavior by increasing our demand for formats and features that are easy and enjoyable to access on smartphones and tablets. Mobile is also causing a seismic shift in advertising spend allocation, a surprise trend documented in the Zenith Advertising Expenditure Forecast released earlier this month. The forecast, upgraded from numbers the company published in June, still expects mobile advertising to overtake desktop–but the new forecast predicts this will happen much sooner.

Topic: Mobile Enterprise Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Cognitive Unites Mobile And Digital To Deliver Personal Experiences

Granted, the advance of digital, the explosion of social and our own addiction to mobile have come together to make 'mobile-first' a must. But smart brands and businesses are building the cognitive capabilities to interact with us in ways that are people-first, not just mobile-first, placing mobile at the center of an approach that connects the 'data dots' in our mobile, social, digital, and real-world actions.

Topic: Books Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Mobile: The Great Connector (Bridging The Digital & Physical Worlds To Boost Your Marketing Effectiveness, Vol. 2, 2016)

In Volume 2 of this resource, which I wrote in partnership with the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA UK), we explore how location data and context are coming together to enhance the entire marketing cycle. From strategies to re-imagine and hyper-personalize the customer experience, to ways brands can use mobile to super-charge offers linked to consumer context, this resource helps marketers choose the appropriate channels and approaches that will allow them to satisfy people’s growing requirement for personalized and relevant brand communications in the “mobile moment.”