This briefing is part of our Digital Transformation Monthly 2022 in Review, which looks back over the trends that defined the past year and considers how they might impact the year to come.
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
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.
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.
BILT worked with Digital Voices to target millennial and Gen Z audiences in the US
Gympass used Braze to run a multichannel campaign specific to each individual
The restaurant chain used AI-powered technology to optimise creative and seeding according to granular engagement data
The streaming platform used Braze Canvas to personalise messages based on each user’s choice of Hogwarts House
The NHS official app has been widely downloaded by patients, but a new digital transformation report from the Health and Social Care Committee asserts that more needs to be done to convince users of its value.
Thomas Butta is Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer for Airship, the mobile app experience platform. We ask him what makes a great mobile app experience, and learn about why marketers should have what he calls a ‘life after download’ mindset. Tell us about your role – what does a typical day look like for you? […]
Charlie Johnson is VP International at global geo-location data and services company, Digital Element. I recently chatted with Charlie to find out more about her role and expertise, as well as her thoughts on how privacy regulations are impacting the digital ad industry. Talk me through your role… What does a typical day look like […]
John Lewis Customer Director Claire Pointon discusses experiential retail at Christmas and customers’ expectations of a ‘connected’ brand.
A number of new social apps are designed to limit usage and encourage authentic interaction. Is this a new era for social?
Adam Smart is Director of Product, Gaming at AppsFlyer – the mobile marketing analytics and attribution platform. I chatted with Adam to find out more about his role, plus his opinion on growing ad formats, data measurement, and user privacy. Tell us about your role, and how it fits into the wider company? In 2020, […]
In June 2021, China officially passed one billion internet users, with 71.6% of its population connected to the internet, according to the 48th Statistical Report on Internet Development in China. For would-be advertisers, this is an immense potential market, and programmatic advertising offers a flexible, efficient, scalable and targeted way to reach these consumers. However, […]
Gaming and home entertainment in all their forms have soared thanks to the pandemic, creating an unprecedented opportunity to marketers and advertisers, who are intent on reaching these newly captive audiences. In this article, we’ve collected together statistics, reports and figures that illustrate how the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic is affecting everything from gamer demographics to […]
It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in – ecommerce companies have great reasons to optimise their mobile app experience. For one, shoppers have flocked to mobile channels in recent years – mcommerce has grown steadily and is projected to make up almost three quarters of all retail ecommerce sales in 2021. App users are a […]
Digital sales have more than tripled for restaurants since the start of the pandemic, says Paytronix’s Annual Order & Delivery Report. Other research mirrors these findings, suggesting that digital is increasingly a differentiator for restaurants. According to the Restaurant Readiness Index, restaurants now generate around 40% of their total sales by selling to customers online, […]
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.