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Posts tagged with Mobile Trends

14 predictions for mobile marketing trends in 2016

In the final trends round-up from me (until next year, of course), I’m looking ahead into 2016 to see what the most exciting developments in mobile will be. 

Well, I won’t actually be doing anything other than collating the opinions of a group of people considerably more clued-up than me. 

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The biggest trends in mobile from 2015

Who would have thought those enormous blocks of plastic you could play Snake on back in the early noughties would end up completely transforming the way brands communicate with people?

Mobile is an exciting channel that presents an enormous amount of opportunities to connect with consumers, but it is evolving so quickly that many marketers are struggling to keep up. 

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Mobile marketing & commerce trends from 2014 & into 2015

Mobile seems to have been one of the most important trends in digital marketing and ecommerce for the past five years now.

The technology evolves and improves every year bringing with it new challenges and opportunities for brands.

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MIG identifies m-commerce and mobile marketing as top trends for 2012

Mobile Interactive Group (MIG) has released the results of a study into trends and expectations of the mobile industry for 2012.

Nearly a quarter of the brands, agencies and technology providers surveyed (23%) identified m-commerce and mobile marketing as the most important areas of growth for the next year.

MIG spoke to more than 500 clients across multiple sectors including automotive, retail, FMCG, handset manufacturers and mobile network operators.

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