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.
Mobile and UX
This guide to mobile and web user experience (UX) best practice aims to cover all the key aspects of product design for desktop and mobile and equips readers with the tools and techniques to achieve clear, measurable business objectives.
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.
Super apps are a fixture in Asia but for all of their success in the East, they haven’t caught on in a big way in the West.
Econsultancy’s quarterly Digital Shift report is intended as a guide to support strategic thinking. It is about delivering actionable insight on trends that will be significant in the short- to mid-term, and can be used to generate new ideas, improve business performance and stay ahead of the competition.
If you move in digital circles, have spent time in or have done business with China in the past five years, chances are high that you’ve heard of WeChat.
With a huge opportunity in the offing to target Chinese consumers when they are in a prime shopping mindset, and competition higher than ever, what have luxury brands been doing to stand out?
The global AR market is projected to grow from $6.12 billion in 2021 to reach $97.76 billion by 2028. The Covid-19 pandemic has undoubtedly accelerated investment of late, driven by the greater need for companies to deepen customer relationships via digital platforms. Within the context of marketing, augmented reality allows brands to offer unique and […]
Econsultancy’s quarterly Digital Shift report delivers actionable insight on trends that will be significant in the short- to mid-term, and can be used to generate new ideas, improve business performance and stay ahead of the competition.
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.
Exploring how holograms, advertising and premium content are used in VR experiences, this chapter also looks at the integration of AR into social media and the intersection of wearables and AR.
A look at how new functionality is enhancing real-world experiences, with Google Maps introducing more than 100 AI-driven improvements, and Disney trialling facial recognition technology at its Magic Kingdom.
A collection of the most recent statistics and market data on online marketing, ecommerce, the internet and related digital media, drawn from Econsultancy’s Internet Statistics Database. Aimed at marketers looking for benchmarking stats, evidence for use cases or persuasive figures for procuring investment.
Patrick Mareuil is Managing Director EMEA at Airship. We chat to him about privacy, how to optimise app experiences, and what marketers need to do differently in the months ahead.
Today’s ‘Day in the Life’ features Michael Scantlebury, the Creative Director and Founder of creative agency, Impero. I chat with Michael about advertising for alcohol brands – (a particular area of expertise for Impero) – as well as the value of augmented reality, and why understanding cultural trends is the key to brand longevity. Talk […]
The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered an acceleration of digital transformation within the healthcare and pharma industry. According to a survey by GlobalData, 40% of pharmaceutical industry professionals in Europe and North America believe that the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation by more than five years.
New technology is opening up further opportunities within ecommerce, as AR and 3D sizing solutions help online retailers to solve challenges around size and fit. Consumers are already shopping online more than ever before, of course, but these solutions could further accelerate the shift to ecommerce – particularly within fashion. The EY Consumer Index recently […]
Ramon Kania is the CTO of omnichannel messaging solutions company Mitto. In today’s ‘Day in the Life’, Ramon explains what his ‘typical’ day looks like, and gives us an insight into how Mitto is helping companies align with changing consumer expectations around personalised communication. Please describe your job: What do you do? As the Chief […]
A super app is the name given to a type of app that allows the user to accomplish a number of different things in a single ecosystem, by housing a range of ‘mini’ applications under one roof. The format was pioneered by chat app WeChat (Weixin in China), which introduced a feature called ‘mini-programs’ in […]
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.