eMarketer predicts, by 2017, over 59% of digital search ad dollars will be spent on mobile devices. Mobile marketing is a key foundation to successfully connecting with consumers.
Mobile marketing will advance in overtaking the console industry with the rising quality of smartphones and high quality graphics available.
Smartphones are becoming ubiquitous across the world. It is therefore no surprise that the hotel industry is taking notice of smartphones and using them to enhance the customer experience. But how exactly is the industry going about this?
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AMC Theaters is holding a sweepstakes for The Amazing Spiderman encouraging users to explore their new mobile app to find an entry form. Rather than supplying a basic online form, or guiding people directly to the appropriate page on the mobile site, they encourage people to explore it, thereby allowing people to learn more about the movie as well as experience the usability of the app itself.
As a small business, you have to be ahead of the technology trends. More small shops are taking advantage of mobile applications to connect with their customers. Sometimes it makes sense to embrace a mobile app, but other times, you could be wasting your time.
Mobile Meteor just debuted a new product designed specifically for inns, Show Me Inn. Show Me Inn is a web application that seamlessly transforms an inn’s website into a mobile-friendly version, allowing customers to easily see rooms, learn about the area and contact the inn to make a reservation.
mGuest offers hotels the means to create deeper and more meaningful connections with their guests, thereby increasing awareness of the property and brand, offering an online functional e-concierge service and even facilitating bookings and in-room services.
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.
Ramada Maingate at the Park has been able to put itself on the map, both in terms of its accessibility to/from Disneyland and amongst the Ramada brand, via social media. The unique way Andrew communicates makes the pages stand out amongst other hotels. He didn’t create a persona; he simply uses his own. This has been hugely valuable in humanizing the brand and thereby creating personal connections with potential customers.