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Luxury automakers have embraced a number of new trends in the first half of 2015, using new technology and social media to connect more intimately with consumers.
The increased focus on mobile brand loyalty means marketers must refrain from over-communicating and over-targeting, as a symbiotic relationship with the customer is necessary for effective advertising and return on investment.
Earlier this year China officially became a mobile-first country when the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) reported that more people in China used mobile to surf the Web than computers for the first time.
Marketers have been slow to embrace in-application messaging for fear of creating a spam-like experience and because of the priority put on drawing in new users, potentially missing out on a key strategy for boosting and maintaining engagement as a result.
The impending arrival of iOS 9 is signaling brands to think ahead and develop strategies in line with the most significant new features for marketers, such as notification centers within applications and a new search API.
As the market for luxury goods and services continues to grow worldwide, here are some key trends for the various segments of luxury consumers in Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia. Marketers can use the actionable insights offered here to reach their target consumers more effectively and efficiently, starting now.
With iPhone sales showing renewed strength, it is the eight-year-old device, and not the newer Apple Watch, that is driving excitement for the brand, positioning it to create a virtuous circle of mobile experiences across content, utility and commerce.
British automaker McLaren is celebrating its 10-year partnership with Scotch whisky-maker Johnnie Walker with the release of a pair of golden boots.
While much has been made of the strong adoption of programmatic buying, a new report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau and PwC reveals adoption is stronger on desktop, with mobile facing a number of challenges.