Mobile has changed everything – from the way we advertise and format emails to the way we design our websites and interact with colleagues when away from the office. In fact, the biggest benefit of mobile may be that it connects us with our surroundings…(read more)
When it comes to mobile malware, Android is a magnet of epic proportions. More examples of this unfortunate reality surfaced this week. Android malware deceptively disguised as a mobile ad network is on the loose and infecting millions of mobile devices.
PTO Today Turns to Mobile Payments to Boost School Fundraising PTO Today Turns to Mobile Payments With school budgets perpetually under fire and facing challenges across the country today, there has never been a higher premium on fundraising …
Salesforce has further infiltrated the social realm with the announcement of the all new social.com today. Salesforce has been a leading CRM tool for years that began extending its reach into new strategic areas over the past few years. From the purchase and launch of the Dun & Bradstreet based… Please visit Marketing Land for […]
Microsoft has launched a new ad format for its Outlook.com email service called versaTiles. The ads appear in the right rail of the email service and are designed to be interactive. The video below from Microsoft shows how the ads work: As you can see from the video, the ads require user… Please visit Marketing […]
The bears were wrong. Apple beat Wall Street financial analysts’ expectations this afternoon. The company had been steadily losing value as analyst after analyst expressed anxiety about the company’s outlook. Apple reported quarterly gross revenues of $43.6 billion, compared with a… 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: Apple Beats The Street With $43.6B And Higher Than Expected iPhone, iPad Sales The bears were wrong. Apple beat Wall Street financial… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
(screenshot via CNN) Twitter is warning media outlets to be “extra vigilant” in light of today’s incident involving a fake tweet sent out by hackers that had gained access to the Associated Press’ Twitter account, @AP. It’s also good advice for brands and marketers… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.