Site speed has always been a hot topic in the realms of web development and SEO, with both parties looking for the perfect combination of a cutting-edge, visually appealing site, consisting of high-quality imagery, which has an average page load time of less than a couple of seconds.
Mobile Marketing Best Practice Guide
This handy report covers the strategic approaches, use cases, considerations and useful guidelines for marketers to consider when devising their mobile strategy, from mobile-first user experiences and mobile search, to optimising mobile performance.
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1. About this Guide 1.1. How this guide is structured Econsultancy’s series of best practice guides have been created for professionals who typically work in marketing or ecommerce roles. The guides steer readers to ensure that projects and strategies are executed in the right way for optimal results. This guide to mobile and web user […]
A progressive web app, or PWA, is a website with the look and feel of, and much of the same functionality as, an installed application on a desktop PC, tablet or smartphone.
The global AR market is forecast to reach a value of $70.01 billion by 2023.
1. Introduction Augmented reality (AR) is quickly becoming one of the most interesting technologies in the digital space. Although often overshadowed by virtual reality (VR), AR is expected to take the lion’s share of the market. According to one estimate, the AR market will be worth $70bn to $75bn by 2023 while VR will account […]
Location data is a valuable commodity and its value is only increasing as the war on cookies intensifies and some marketers embrace it as a “cookie for the real world”.
Location, location, location. Advertisers know it’s important, which is why they often target users by their location. Location represents more than a place; from it, advertisers often make inferences about everything from intent to demographic characteristics.
According to BIA/Kelsey, location data will be used in upwards of $38bn of mobile ad spend in the US this year, but unfortunately for marketers paying to reach consumers in specific locations, the evidence suggests that much of the location data being used in location-based ad targeting is not only inaccurate but totally fraudulent.
Understand the key media and marketing trends for mobile marketing.
Learn about the importance of a mobile site and presence in app stores.
Learn about the principles of good mobile design in the context of Google’s own guidelines.
Discover some of the key ways to improve your page speed.
Share Our Strength partners with location technology company GroundTruth to add mobile ad targeting to its ‘Dine for No Kid Hungry’ campaign, driving 26,857 visits to participating restaurants.
Mobile phone retailer Mobiles.co.uk works with Kickdynamic to automate emails whose content could be personalised in real time, achieving a 44% increase in email sales and 21% increase in mobile engagement.
The football club, looking to enhance engagement on both match days and non-match days, develops an app that keeps fans updated and that can hold game tickets.
At Day Two of the Festival of Marketing: the Bottom Line, Catherine Allan, Associate Director CRM at Babylon Health, laid out the approach that the brand takes to customer engagement, how it is facilitated by collaboration across the organisation, and how messaging across different channels works together to smooth the customer journey.
After the shock of the coronavirus on brick-and-mortar retail, stores have to work harder than ever to compete with each other, and with consumers’ increased appetite for ecommerce. One way of doing this is to use technology to create immersive experiences that will encourage consumers back in-store as the world reopens.
Agility, scalability and innovation were identified at a recent Econsultancy webinar as vital for online retailers seeking to take advantage of a huge surge in digital shopping.
The theme for Day Two of the Festival of Marketing 2020 is ‘Delivering for Customers’. In the third session of the morning, Nina Bibby, Chief Marketing Officer at O2 delivered an insightful talk about how O2 navigated the coronavirus lockdown while putting the customer and their experience first.
QR codes, once believed to be a long-dead relic of the early 2010s, have found a new lease of life in the coronavirus pandemic. How are they being used for innovation in 2020, and could they stand a better chance of succeeding this time?
Find mobile marketing trends – visit the ISD
The Internet Statistics Database contains thousands of charts and statistics related to mobile marketing, for you to browse, save and export.