The mobile ads market is flourishing, but are the ads really resonating with the customer? Or are they just ‘X’-ing your ads away? Here’s a look at some key industry stats that reveals what customers really think about mobile ads that are pushed to them. Also included are a few tips for mobile marketers on how they can make their ads seem less intrusive, and draw the customer’s attention through innovative content instead.
With the proliferation of smartphones, customers are increasingly relying on their mobile devices to carry-out their everyday tasks – right from ordering groceries to buying a house. And it’s not just individuals, enterprises too have a renewed focus on mobile, to enable their workforce to access their work-stuff, anytime, anywhere. But being mobile-first means more than just having a mobile app for your brand or having a responsive website; brands need to create experiences for their customers, on mobile.
Here’s a look at some of the key digital innovations at Starbucks since Howard Schultz was reinstated as CEO, and how they have helped the coffee king create digital experiences for their customers, boosting loyalty towards the brand.
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The video looks at how retailers can leverage the latest technologies coupled with mobile-first strategy, to drive customer engagement. Make sure to share your thoughts in the comments section below! Popularity
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