If you’re a retailer or an agency serving retailers, mobile is arguably now your most critical channel. Yet, despite the mounting evidence of consumer reliance on mobile devices in shopping, a majority of retailers still have “experimental” or very tepid mobile strategies…. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
WordPress continues to gain in popularity among top blog publishers. The blogging platform’s market share rose to 52 percent, up from 48 percent last year, according to Royal Pingdom, which uses the Technorati Top 100 blogs list for its annual study. To get a sense of WordPress’ growth… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the Web. From Marketing Land: Google Glass Gets A Software Update That Tightens Ties To Google+ Less than two days into my Google Glass ownership and I’m already… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Less than two days into my Google Glass ownership and I’m already getting a software update. As Phandroid first reported, the Google Glass software is getting the “XE5″ update — XE stands for “Explorer edition” — and I’ll be able to check it out as… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Local mobile ad network xAd has released its Q1 insights report. Like other such reports now in the market it surveys trends and year-over-year changes observed on its ad network. This comes on the heels of xAd’s co-sponsored “Mobile Path to Purchase” report (with Telmetrics),… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
The online battle for TV ad dollars continues to heat up. Yahoo, AOL, YouTube among others, and now Facebook are all aiming their sites on the burgeoning online video ad market and a share of TV’s outsized ad budgets. As first reported in December, Facebook has been shopping new video ad… Please visit Marketing Land for the […]
Google’s prompt closing of Google Reader earlier this year led many users to wonder what products will end up on the chopping block next. Thanks to a study conducted by www.gwern.net predicting Google shut-downs, Ars Technica reports that of all Google products offered over the years, only 35… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
After posting higher than expected profits in 2012, Apple ranked No. 6 on today’s 2013 Fortune 500 list. Not only was this Apple’s first time as a Fortune 10 company, they were the only Silicon Valley technology company to break into this year’s top ten list since Hewlett-Packard… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.