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The latest update to our Internet Statistics Compendium saw some pretty fascinating mobile trends hit its pages this past month.
The mobile section of the report covers a wealth of data relating to our beloved handheld devices and how we are using them – from texting in the UK, to mobile internet use in Colombia.
But this time round, I wanted to highlight some interesting consumer stats for two of the world’s biggest mobile brands: Samsung and Apple.
Western brands are constant targets of counterfeiters, often from China.
But in the digital world, does China still deserve its reputation as a copycat?
As mobile adoption continues to flourish, brands are required to incorporate distinct mobile web and app experiences into their mobile strategy.
The hits just keep coming for advertisers looking to reach consumers through digital ads.
The latest setback for online advertising: the version of Safari that will ship with iOS 9 will make it possible for developers to build ad blocking extensions.
We’ve all been there. It’s the day of travel and you’re scrambling to get to the airport. Tempers are high, boarding passes are scattered, your arms are already sore from lugging that heavy suitcase down the stairs.
But traveler anxiety starts well before the big day, stretching back to the initial stages of the planning process.
During each unique stage of the mobile journey, travelers experience changes in their mindset and behaviors, requiring brands to take a closer look at how to close the gap between what users want and what they are offering on mobile.
Here it is, folks, our monthly roundup of digital marketing stats from around Asia-Pacific.
This month it includes programmatic advertising, mobile marketing in Australia, India’s growing online population, contactless payments, and a whole lot more.
Givvit is a new mobile app that enables users to send their friends small gifts, an activity it describes as ‘social treating’.
Available on iPhone and Android, the treats include things like boxes of chocolates, flowers, restaurant vouchers, or a pint in your local pub.
You will have noticed a steady stream of 2014 roundup posts on the blog recently and it’s now time for another.
This time I’ve asked several mobile experts for their opinions on what have been the most impressive campaigns in the past 12 months.
It follows on from a similar post looking at the biggest mobile trends from 2014.
Here at Econsultancy we’ve written a lot about how multichannel retailers can use mobile apps to enhance the customer experience.
Today I thought I’d point the spotlight on Body Shop, which updated its iPhone app in August but has yet to launch an Android version.
The app is marketed in-store and offers several multichannel tools, such as a store locator and barcode scanner.
So I borrowed my colleague’s iPhone and took Body Shop’s app for a spin...
Once again it's that time of week where we round up a load of the most interesting internet marketing statistics that we've seen in the past seven days.
This week it includes Gov.uk's rapid response unit, wearables, mobile apps, Facebook, Twitter, giffgaff, and ecommerce in China.
For more of the same download Econsultancy's Internet Statistics Compendium...
As a relative newcomer to the digital marketing world, I've decided to write a series of 'beginner's guides' to uncover what is meant by certain terms, trends and technological advances in digital; being both a travel guide and a personal investigation.
Here I’ll be answering the following questions: What are iBeacons? What are their practical applications? Are iBeacons better than similar existing technology?
All this in a tone of voice that has been described as both 'helpful' and 'not too rambling'.
Just a cursory glance around the internet and indeed our own blog, throws up a lot of phrases and acronyms surrounding the term iBeacons (NFC, BLE… iBeacons).
Let’s have a little wade through the jargon. Bear with me, I’ll try and do this as logically as possible.
In a sideways blow to Apple, Windows Phone and Blackberry, Android is now the dominant operating system of mobile users worldwide.
Android use has climbed from 27% in 2012 to 65% in 2013. An even more impressive figure is the 270% increase in Android use since the end of 2011.
These figures come from the Q4 2013 market research study by GlobalWebIndex (GWI), in which 170,000 respondents were interviewed in 32 markets, representing 89% of the global internet population.
Here are some more fascinating stats from the study involving device ownership and privacy.