Tag Archives: mobile strategy

Going mobile may be the the best thing for retailers this holiday season

With the holiday season almost here, now may be a good time for retailers to reflect on the lessons learnt from last year’s holiday shopping patterns. The holiday period is traditionally known for recording huge volumes of sales, and as per an article in Forbes, this year is expected to be no different. Retail outlets […]

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How to Think About Your Mobile Strategy

In speaking with a lot of brick and mortar retailers about their mobile plans, a clear pattern has emerged. In general, there is a three-step evolution in how they are approaching the opportunity: Create a mobile-optimized website: basically a copy of their traditional online site reformatted to work on a smaller screen and within a […]

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Retailers – Create ONE branded app for your shoppers

Over the last few years, we’ve had a lot of conversations with retailers about their mobile strategies and how to drive more in-store shopper engagement. The dominant theme is that retailers need to create their own app, one that reflects the branded experience and not a third party app that aggregates multiple retailers, provides limited […]

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Retailers and Smartphones – It’s not “if” or “when”… it’s “how”

We’ve all seen the numbers of how many people have smartphones and that they are using them to help with shopping. But if your memory is like mine, here is a quick refresher: There are over 100 million smartphones in the U.S. and growing fast[1] 73% use their smartphones to help with the shopping experience[2] […]

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Smartbrief: Expert Mobile Strategies for Retail

According to Bryan Wargo, CEO of Nearbuy Systems, “mobile is a game-changer for brick-and-mortar retailers.”  We couldn’t agree more.  Which is why Expert Mobile Strategies for Retail is so timely.  To create the report, M for Mobile interviewed more than a dozen industry experts and featured their answers in this in-depth smartbrief. The brief tackles questions such as: […]

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