Creative talent shuffled around and content still reigned supreme.
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Beacon technology has penetrated the retail industry and is set to revolutionize the restaurant industry, as we know it.
According to eMarketer, mobile advertising spending will surpass the $100 billion mark in 2016, an increase of 430 percent from 2013. Mobile has achieved first-screen status, with average users checking their phones up to 150 times a day, according to Facebook.
A large majority of customers will abandon an app within the first minute. That is why mobile onboarding – the process of walking a user through a few screens to orient them with an app and its features – is crucial in deciding whether a user becomes active or calls it quits.
A hoverboard, a trip to the moon, minions and a global handbag tour topped luxury marketing news.
Customers expect to be blown away by the opulence of a luxury brand’s retail store. No longer is it just a place to purchase products but can be a destination – a must-see stop for consumers to soak up the luxurious experience created by the product displays.
There is no shortage of articles on how to make the best use of the mobile medium, replete with key factors and catchy acronyms. But here are a few simple ideas that I do not find in the wild. They are borne of my incredulity over our collective lack of manners.
As the luxury industry as a whole is steadily growing in its embrace of ecommerce to reach a more global audience, startup Artemest is giving a home to Italian artisans online.
New York has been rated one of the top luxury real estate markets in the world, but understanding and marketing to the individuals who are purchasing high end real estate can be tricky.