Where’s mobile marketing heading? And what do CMOs and marketers need to know to stay ahead or avoid falling behind? We answer these and other mobile marketing questions.
Village Cinemas has debuted in-seat food and beverage services for VPremium cinema patrons with a new mobile app aimed at improving customer experiences onsite through digital means.
Liquor retailer, BWS, has joined forces with mobile marketing company, Shopitize, to launch a new beer campaign rewarding customers in real time for their purchases.
Building better mobile advertising experiences comes down to understanding the consumer journey, being contextually relevant, and respecting their ability to opt in and out of engagement.
With the launch of the seventh edition of Apple’s iPhone last week, it is easy to forget the smartphone device category is actually less than 10 years old. Yet it’s a trend heavily influencing the development decisions at five-year-old online fashion retailer, The Iconic, which has adopted a mobile-first approach to how it reaches its customers.
Multi Channel Network (MCN) has teamed up with location intelligence platform provider, Near, to launch new targeted geolocation advertising services nationally.
South Australia's largest automobile club, the Royal Automotive Association (RAA), has launched 'myRAA', a new mobile app that extends its More for Members program and aims to boost customer experience and member loyalty.
Conversations have always been at the heart of customer service and brand engagement. But the proliferation of digital technology, mobile devices and now messaging apps have brought a new age of direct commerce to life, making it possible for brands to engage in more personalised dialogues with customers anywhere and anytime.
The tried-and-tested way of bringing a new car model to market usually involves significant spend on a mass market TV campaign. So that’s exactly what Toyota didn’t do when it launched its latest Prius hybrid car to Australian consumers earlier this year.
Consumers are inundated with notifications from all types of mobile messaging services, and though many will engage with businesses that use relevant alerts, most organizations don't capitalize on the opportunity.
SAS customer intelligence director of product management, Ryan Treichler, speaks to CMO Magazine about what intelligent digital marketing really means in today’s fast-paced technological landscape.
Brands are unprepared when it comes to implementing a mobile strategy and are not allocating sufficient resources to maintain, adapt, and improve the mobile experience in a fashion that aligns with dynamic consumer expectations, a recent report found.
Discovery reigns supreme when it comes to engaging consumers via mobile devices, according to Facebook’s global VP of business marketing.
Small business, mobile marketing and customer experience experts share their tips and advice regarding how mobile applications can help businesses to better engage with customers, keep employees connected and boost the bottom line.
Can one of the world’s newest technologies successfully drive engagement around one of its oldest? The Royal Australian Mint is hoping that an investment in mobile games technology will be able to boost interest and engagement in a product with a history that stretches back more than 2500 years.
Facebook's efforts to figure out how users want to connect when they're on the move is paying off. The social network's latest earnings report show that mobile is carrying the company, pushing it to record fourth-quarter results.
Consumers will actively seek out certain types of mobile-based campaigns and promotional offers if they directly or immediately benefit them, a new report claims.
Mondelez International has taken the wrappers off its latest digitally driven marketing campaign for Cadbury TimeOut under its Media Innovators program.
Researchers in Singapore began a two-year trial this week of a smartphone app that attempts to use artificial intelligence to influence the real world decisions of users.
Australian smartphone owners spent almost 35 hours engaging with digital content either via the Web or an installed app during August 2015, a new report has found.
Australia is fast approaching the tipping point where mobile is acknowledged as the primary device to reach and engage consumers on, Marchex’s new country manager claims.