Archive for the ‘Marketing’ Category
30 Jul 2014 | Author: Maryann Moschides
Smartphones and mobile ad spending have exploded in recent years, which creates the perfect opportunity for mobile engagement. Read the rest of this entry »
24 Jul 2014 | Author: Alex from London
What if you could maintain a conversation with those same consumers and remain top of mind when they’re ready to convert? That’s where ScanLife mTargeting and retargeting comes into play. Read the rest of this entry »
1 Jul 2014 | Author: Ben B.
To celebrate the fifth annual Social Media Day, we’ve handpicked our favorite content posted yesterday about it. Read the rest of this entry »
17 Jun 2014 | Author: Ben B.
Mobile engagement makes it easier for consumers to enjoy the things they love without sacrificing a minute of fun in the sun. Here’s six reasons why. Read the rest of this entry »
11 Jun 2014 | Author: Maryann Moschides
Delivering the right information at the right time makes all the difference when it comes to creating meaningful customer connections that drive business results. Read the rest of this entry »
5 Jun 2014 | Author: David J.
This week we added to the ScanLife toolbox with Short URL’s which gives you a simple, brand connected URL that can be used virtually anywhere. Read the rest of this entry »
29 May 2014 | Author: Maryann Moschides
Looking for a better way to deliver your message to interested consumers? With QR Codes and other mobile triggers, you can introduce new products, encourage app downloads and increase web traffic without interrupting their day. Read the rest of this entry »
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- Statistics Show the Impact of Mobile Engagement Marketing
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