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  • The missing link in mobile marketing

    / Mobile Commerce

    The missing link in mobile marketing

    It’s called deep linking, and it takes a shopper from an ad or e-mail directly into a retailer’s mobile app. However, most top online retailers lack this deep linking capability, according to data provided exclusively to Internet Retailer by Pure Oxygen Labs.

    Posted 07/24/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    It’s called deep linking, and it takes a shopper from an ad or e-mail directly into a retailer’s mobile app. However, most top online retailers lack this deep linking capability, according to data provided exclusively to Internet Retailer by Pure Oxygen Labs.

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    Fandango debuts a mobile ticketing app for Amazon's Fire Phone

    The Nation’s Leading Moviegoer Destination Continues Robust Ticket Sales and Traffic Growth on Mobile -- More than 50% of all Ticket Sales are now on Mobile Devices.

    Posted 07/24/2014

    The Nation’s Leading Moviegoer Destination Continues Robust Ticket Sales and Traffic Growth on Mobile -- More than 50% of all Ticket Sales are now on Mobile Devices.
  • / Press Release

    Bango unveils one-click billing

    The mobile payments company has launched one-click direct operator billing for Samsung Galaxy Apps with Etisalat, a telecoms giant with operations in 19 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

    Posted 07/24/2014

    The mobile payments company has launched one-click direct operator billing for Samsung Galaxy Apps with Etisalat, a telecoms giant with operations in 19 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
  • Mobile-first Yahoo acquires app analytics and mobile ad firm Flurry

    / Mobile Commerce

    Mobile-first Yahoo acquires app analytics and mobile ad firm Flurry

    The acquisition will infuse Flurry with more resources and enable the firm to help Yahoo, and Flurry’s 170,000 clients, including retailers, build better mobile apps and create enhanced mobile ad campaigns, Yahoo says.

    Posted 07/23/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The acquisition will infuse Flurry with more resources and enable the firm to help Yahoo, and Flurry’s 170,000 clients, including retailers, build better mobile apps and create enhanced mobile ad campaigns, Yahoo says.

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