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  • Consumers just say no to in-store mobile tracking

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    Consumers just say no to in-store mobile tracking

    77% of U.S. adults with smartphones do not want retailers tracking their smartphones when they are in retailers' stores, OpinionLab finds. 43% of consumers are less likely to shop at a store that tracks mobile devices. But what if a retailer offers a gift in exchange for tracking?

    Posted 03/27/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    77% of U.S. adults with smartphones do not want retailers tracking their smartphones when they are in retailers' stores, OpinionLab finds. 43% of consumers are less likely to shop at a store that tracks mobile devices. But what if a retailer offers a gift in exchange for tracking?

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  • A regional chain devotes one-third of its e-commerce budget to mobile

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    A regional chain devotes one-third of its e-commerce budget to mobile

    The Midwestern h.h. gregg Appliances’ freshman e-commerce chief is in the midst of a mobile offensive: m-commerce site, mobile e-mail, Endless Blitz game app, geo-targeting, push notifications and text messages, and, coming soon, iPhone and Android shopping apps. 75% of in-store shoppers have mobile devices, making mobile an absolute priority, h.h. gregg’s Kevin Lyons says.

    Posted 03/12/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The Midwestern h.h. gregg Appliances’ freshman e-commerce chief is in the midst of a mobile offensive: m-commerce site, mobile e-mail, Endless Blitz game app, geo-targeting, push notifications and text messages, and, coming soon, iPhone and Android shopping apps. 75% of in-store shoppers have…

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