Here’s What Happened in Mobile Marketing This Week

Heres What Happened in Mobile Marketing This Week 300x216 Heres What Happened in Mobile Marketing This WeekIn case you missed it, here are some of the top stories in mobile marketing and advertising we’ve been following this week.

Social media platforms can be, without question, some of the most effective resources in your digital marketing arsenal… but only when said resources are used efficiently and effectively.

Long sunny days and refreshing foods and beverages were meant for each other, says Starbucks. This is especially true at the ubiquitous java giant, which is bringing unique flavors to customers around the world during warmer months.

For mobile marketers, this amounts to a whole bunch of bulls-eyes. This week, comScore released the latest mobile industry data showing that domestic smartphone penetration is rapidly closing in on the next milestone threshold.

Moments ago at the 2014 Mobile Marketing Association Forum in New York, Vibes – a thriving provider of mobile marketing technologies – announced a new division called Vibes Connect.

There’s nothing hotter in mobile marketing today than location. For that reason, Motorola Solutions is shrewdly focusing on where the action is. With 45% of shoppers already using their mobile devices for mobile coupons, Motorola Solutions is rolling out a new unified indoor locationing platform to help organizations better meet the demand for customer engagement.

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