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Photobucket Driving Targeted User Experiences With New Cuebiq Partnership

Note: This article was published on StreetFight on May 23rd, 2017 by April Nowicki

Image and video hosting website Photobucket is the latest tech brand that’s going local. The company announced today that it is partnering with location intelligence firm Cuebiq to understand users’ offline behaviors and provide them with a more relevant experience.

5 Ways to Craft the Ideal App Experience

We’re fresh off our Dallas breakfast event with the Mobile Marketing Association where Bottle Rocket, 7-Eleven, and Urban Airship shared what effective mobile experiences look like and why they matter. We’re still feeling jazzed about the concepts discussed during the event, and had to share five of our favorites.   Click through to the Bottle Rocket website to watch the entire breakfast conversation or continue reading for our top 5 takeaways from the event.    

Map the Customer Lifecycle for Your Brand, Part 1

Help your brand take off with Twitter

Infographic: Help Your Brand Take Off with Twitter

Twitter is a real-time engagement magnet for audiences, and if you are a network or publisher, you should be using it.

Here's an infographic we came up with that shows you why: 

Help your brand take off with twitter

Marriott Mobile App Launch

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To stand out in the crowded travel marketing space and excite its target audience, Marriott needed to try something different. Beeby Clark+Meyler helped them achieve this by tapping into the ubiquitous smartphone itself as a secret marketing weapon. Our strategy: surround the traveler with a plea from his smartphone. The phone "pitched" the traveler on the benefits of getting the new free Marriott mobile app, and getting them both a vacation.
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How to Promote Your Mobile App

Helping Brands Deliver in A Mobile-First World: Interview with PIVMO's Scott Schmidt

The mobile industry has grown at a staggering pace since you’ve been in the industry. How have you noticed the conversations around mobile shifting and maturing during this growth?