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Retail Mobile Marketing

Mobile Increases Interest in Buy Online Pick Up in Store Options

The use of mobile proximity targeting for retail customer acquisition grows in scale and sophistication each year. Techniques span from standard geofencing to complex campaigns that combine multiple location signals, such as lat/long, wifi, and beacons, as well as layering real-time and retargeting engagements. In this 45-minute webinar, inMarket and Reveal Mobile shed light on best practices for using location in retail, present case studies from world-class advertisers such as Starbucks and analyze the status and quality of location data available to the retail industry. Readers will have a clearer picture of the current status of the industry, detailed knowledge of the infrastructure deployed throughout the US, and a gameplan for creating, calculating and increasing ROI. Presenters: Cameron Van Peebles, CMO, inMarket Matthew Davis, VP Marketing, Reveal Mobile

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In the last five years there has been a massive explosion of smartphones and app usage. The retail sector, quick to embrace digital and ecommerce, now seeks to make sense out of the growing mobile ecosystem. They’re particularly interested in location data generated by their online and in-store audiences.
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Reveal Mobile
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* 9.8x increase in mobile clicks YoY * 21% increase in online clicks YoY * Mobile geo-fences drove an additional 18% lift in overall click volume

Express Opts for Rich Media Messaging to Boost Sales
Mashable, December 17, 2013

Strong sales over the holiday season can make or break a year. Standing out from the crowd becomes even more important in a year like 2013, when 
Morgan Stanley has projected retail sales to be the weakest since 2008.