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Mobile marketing lessons from the Nest Labs success story

Nest Labs meteoric rise to $3.2bn acquisition by Google in three years has been powered by three principles you can apply to your mobile marketing.

Nest Labs is a Silicon Valley based disruptor dedicated to 'transforming people’s lives' with connected devices for the home that are both rational and emotional.

Founded by Tony Faddell, ex-Apple iPod lead inventor, Nest has been acquired by Google for $3.2bn. It has launched two products to date: the Next Learning thermostat and Nest Protect smoke alarm.

The smoke detector has to be one of the most ugly, unloved, annoying (but important) household devices we have around us. And Nest reinvented it…

The Nest Protect is a smart smoke detector and the principles of its design, user interface and concept speaks to three key best practices in Mobile development.

It’s a case study in considered care and empathy. They’ve produced a wonderful, differentiated product in a commoditized market that justifies its price premium.


Research: Understanding connected Australian consumers

Australians already spend a large percentage of their time online, interacting on social media and spending on online shopping, but these figures are set to grow even further in the next few years, highlighting yet again the importance of having a working mobile website. 

A new report by IBISWorld looks at how the average Australian spends their leisure time, attempting to predict how this will change by 2025, and everything points to the internet becoming even more entrenched in our everyday lives.

Not only will we be using the internet more, but we will be using it constantly on the go - at the gym, on the train, from our beds and even, at our kids soccer games. 

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