Encouraging brand loyalty is an integral part of influencing repeat business. Stampt is basically a stamp card, but rather than a physical card you have to carry around, you simply download the mobile application.
Segerstrom Center for the Arts has done a phenomenal job of keeping fans up-to-date via social media,
Hotels.com has launched a brilliant marketing campaign featuring JT Holmes booking a hotel room via his cell phone as he freefalls through the sky.
With every checkin at Walgreens on Foursquare or Facebook, a flu shot is donated to someone in need.
Foursquare’s new “lists” feature is extremely useful feature for destination marketing in that is allows a tourism organization to create customized lists for visitors, such as lists for family-friendly vacations, girlfriend getaways, romantic retreats and other such niche vacations.
Pepsi had added QR codes to their regularly mass-distributed cups. This is great since it only requires the development of one QR code, yet the distribution is gargantuan in scale.
TripSketch Green Book is one of the first green travel mobile apps that allows users to download a virtual guidebook of worldwide eco-friendly hotels, attractions, restaurants and travel options.
Shopping malls are beginning to incorporate QR codes into their marketing, allowing shoppers to find out what sales are happening at the mall in real-time. Here are 5 reasons malls should embrace this opportunity.
The Ritz-Carlton hotel chain is now offering destination advice via Foursquare, making it one of the growing number of luxury brands jumping aboard the geo-location, social media bandwagon.
A new study shows that, for the first time, consumers are spending more time on mobile apps than on the web. With that in mind, there’s many taking advantage of the opportunity to reach their mobile-inclined audience in new, innovative ways.