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As smart mobile devices are prevalent among people of all colors around the world at an unprecedented speed, mobile applications are also opening up a new way of communication, and mobile marketing is increasingly being valued by marketers in various industries. Here we have selected 7 successful cases of mobile marketing for discussion, and explore together mobile marketing models that can be reused in your application promotion.
When you find that the market space for your product is limited and the opportunities seem endless, it may be difficult to develop an initial strategy. Research successful cases to find inspiration, and use this knowledge to formulate killer mobile strategies by analyzing the reusability of various factors and conditions that promote success. First of all, you can learn by example to get started quickly.
McDonald's is using Instagram to interact with customers in new ways. A few years ago, the company launched a promotional campaign to encourage customers to use the app to take pictures of their favorite life scenes and food for sharing. This activity greatly improved user participation and built an interactive community for users.
During the event, they created a mobile ad to let users "share your biggest Instagram moment." If users click into the ad content, they can share pictures of food and life moments they have taken, and even view the picture library of other pictures.
McDonald's is no stranger to mobile marketing. When they conduct famous monopoly promotions, they use mobile advertising to educate customers about the promotion. They also started using mobile phones to promote their new products.
This special event aims to expand McDonald's influence on Instagram. The reason for its success is that it drew new attention to the old products. It also enhances the large amount of user-generated content, which tends to have a greater impact on customers, more convincing and attractive.
– Use mobile channels to create new conversations on old topics.
– Go to places where customers often hang out. Started to develop business on mobile applications such as Instagram and Vine.
IKEA has previously launched a free app that is integrated with their latest product catalog. The user installs the application and fills in a series of test information at the initial login to help users determine their own unique style. And IKEA also completed the portrait and positioning of this user. Next, this application has a 3D display function, allowing customers to use their mobile phones to take pictures of furniture, and to virtualize the placement of the furniture in their homes to enhance the sense of reality.
Users can download product pictures, and then use the phone's camera function to create virtual 3D images to show the overall effect of the furniture in a specific area of the room.
For all the planners there, this makes buying furniture less troublesome. They can see how the colors match and even make sure the size is right before entering the store.
For IKEA, the goal of the app is to stimulate creativity and stimulate customer interest in home furnishing. They also want to simplify the buying process and encourage customers to use their catalog throughout the year.
-Use mobile devices to simplify purchasing behavior. Answer customer questions even before asking them.
-Don't just focus on generating sales. If you are interested first and inspire customers, then sales are likely to follow.
-Inspire your long-term interest in other marketing plans.
As one of the world's leading outdoor clothing providers, The North Face is using a mobile strategy called GEO-Fencing to attract more customers into their stores.
To register for the program, customers need to provide their mobile phone number and activate their mobile GPS function. Then, when they arrive within a certain distance of the store, they will receive a text message from The North Face reminding them to stop.
According to the location of the customer, The North Face can tailor text messages according to the weather in the area, and can target specific customers through certain promotions.
In urban areas, The North Face GEO-Fences stretches up to half a mile around shops, and in the suburbs, it is up to a mile.
Customers respond well to this type of mobile marketing. 79% of people reported that once they started receiving reminders, they increased their patronage to the store, while 65% made purchases due to reminders.
-Location is everything. Consider segmenting mobile users into specific audiences and conducting certain promotions based on their actual regions.
– Provide customers with an option to register to receive reminders via SMS.
Compared with IKEA, Intel has adopted a simpler approach in mobile marketing. They did not design a gorgeous new interface, nor did they create their own augmented reality. Instead, they launched a B2B mobile paid search campaign to support its "satisfy processor" brand campaign.
Intel uses both exact match keywords and broad match keyword search terms to attract people to their websites to educate customers about its new processor features. They found that Bing mobile search is 40% more efficient than ordinary online searches.
To supplement their PPC campaigns, they also placed ads on many popular mobile websites such as CNN and CBS, and the bounce rate is lower than ordinary Internet ads. This can be attributed to the fact that customers tend to search for information with greater purpose on their mobile phones.
-Conduct mobile keyword research to see how customers search on mobile phones.
– Don’t just focus on Google. Consider using Bing and Yahoo to attract mobile customers.
When the mobile revolution is moving forward, Starbucks takes this opportunity to make it easier and faster for customers to pay for coffee. In January 2011, Starbucks operated by nearly 68,000 companies in the United States began accepting mobile payments in the Starbucks Card Mobile payment plan.
Consumers can download the app to their mobile phone and then recharge the mobile card. Then, when they shop, the barista scans the barcode on the screen and deducts the total amount from the account.
In just three months since its first launch, the app has gained more than 3 million users.
There are many reasons why this application is so successful. In addition to making buying coffee easier than ever, having the app can also encourage customers to revisit the store and increase customer loyalty. Customers can also interact with the Starbucks brand regularly in innovative ways.
– Provide customers with exciting new mobile features.
– Use mobile devices to make life easier for customers on the go.
– Develop a mobile program to increase customer loyalty and encourage users to interact with your brand more frequently.
Some people say this may be one of the best mobile marketing campaigns in history.
Chipotle is Mexican fast food that is trying to change the fast food experience and is known for its "Honesty Food" program, which is dedicated to finding the best ingredients related to the environment.
To promote this unique plan, they produced and released animated movies on YouTube, and developed new mobile games. In less than two weeks, the movie has more than 6.5 million views on YouTube, and the game Chipotle Scarecrow is among the top 15 free iOS apps in the iOS App Store.
Experts attribute this success to the fact that the production value of the game is high. It's not just being together. It has a well-developed character, an emotionally driven plot, and is far from tricky advertising. For users, it is actually a game, not just a marketing strategy.
– As long as you invest in high-quality games that provide entertainment features, mobile games can be excellent advertising tools.
– Show customers that you are interested in providing value, not just trying to sell.
– Integrate multiple mobile platforms to increase your awareness of mobile campaigns.
Target is using social media and paid advertising to expand its knowledge of their new mobile app, which gives mobile users access to exclusive deals and discounts.
Many coupons can be used repeatedly in multiple transactions until they expire. They are not discounts once and for all. The transaction has also been personalized to help consumers save more of the things they often buy, and the app rewards customers who stay active and invite friends to join.
Customers can also share their favorite deals with friends on Facebook to help Target brands get more content sources.
Although most mobile promotions are noisy to customers, they should be applauded for Target's creation of an effective interactive discount application.
– Provide special treatment to customers so that they can interact with you on mobile devices.
– Encourage mobile users to interact with you to get discounts. Social media competitions have been proven to increase participation.
As we enter the era of mobile marketing, the rapid development and changes brought about by innovative ideas, many new opportunities created by new communication methods are exciting. No matter what industry you are in or who your customers are, mobile marketing can serve you.
These 7 brands use different marketing methods of mobile devices to establish contact with customers and increase sales. For many of our developers, they can think about the key points, find similarities with their products, and start to develop their own mobile marketing strategies.
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@Timmy Edwards Before you actually publish your app with the keywords you have selected, though, you will want to do some research to learn about the traffic, difficulty, and demand for those keywords, as well as how many apps are already using it.
@Elvira Perkins Just like with app titles, how you should handle app keywords differs from the Apple App Store to Google Play.
@Elvira Perkins With Apple, you get only 100 characters for all of your keywords, so obviously, you need to choose wisely; it should go without saying that you should get as close to this 100 character limit as you possibly can.
@Elvira Perkins With Google Play, though, there is no specific keyword field. However, the app description is searchable, and you have a comfortable 4000 characters to work with.
@Elvira Perkins For the best App Store Optimization, you’ll want to put your most important keywords in your description five times. However, be careful not to overdo it – keyword stuffing will get your app penalized (just like keyword stuffing on a website would get your site penalized by Google), leading to a drop in your ranking. There’s a fine line between optimizing your app description, and stuffing it with keywords – the key is to make sure it reads well and makes sense for a person reading it, not just for the App Store algorithm!
@Clyde Mack Just like internet marketers use Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, to get their web pages ranking highly in Google’s search results, app developers must use App Store Optimization, or ASO, techniques to get their app to the top of app store search results.
@Clyde Mack It can be seen as effectively App Store SEO. Unfortunately, the true algorithms for ranking in both Apple’s App Store and the Google Play store for Android apps, just like the true algorithms for SEO, are not actually known, and change regularly. However, we do know that certain things affect your App Store rankings more than others.
@Clyde Mack By taking advantage of these App Store Optimization tips, your app could rank higher, be seen by more people, and receive more downloads.
@Lamar Gray The Apple and Google Play stores each have their own unique algorithm, but the main ranking signals are similar. The main factors that matters are Keywords in Metadata, App Download Volume, Conversion Rate, Ratings & Reviews.
@Willie Cain Publishing Your Game to the Google Play Store Register as an Android Developer. Click the '+ Add New Application' button in the top right. Enter the Title of your Game and choose 'Prepare Store Listing'. Fill you your Product Details under Store Listing. Upload your Graphic Assets.
@Martin Adams Place the strongest and more relevant key phrases in the App Name. Since the App Name has more weight in the algorithm, this is where you should place your best keywords and key phrases. The more relevant the term, the higher the conversion. When using key phrases, don't break them with other words.
@Jon Williamson If you are just getting started with App Store Optimization for Google Play, some of the concepts can be a little confusing and maybe even a little counterintuitive.
@Jon Williamson Just because you add a keyword to your app’s metadata, does not mean that you will automatically rank for it. Some app publishers add a target keyword to the description of their app multiple times and wonder why they aren’t ranking.
@Jon Williamson It is because there are may other factors that go into search rankings, in addition to the presence of keywords. Things like number of downloads, ratings, uninstalls and engagement all play a role in determining the overall rankings strength of your app.
@Jon Williamson On top of this, nobody knows exactly how Google ranks apps. The algorithm is a closely guarded secret. But we do know enough of the major factors to make App Store Optimization very worthwhile. Now that you understand what to expect from this process, here are the three primary criteria you have to look at when choosing your first keyword.
@Sonja Herrera As a first step, app developers and marketers usually start by setting up a collection of search terms that people use to find apps in the app stores. Following suit, you should think of terms people might use to search for your mobile apps. This can be your brand name, app name, and main app functionalities. Keyword research is one of the most time-intensive tasks in the ASO workflow.
@Sonja Herrera Obtaining keywords and keyword inspiration from app store auto-suggestions are practical because you automatically get a sense of what other keywords the app store algorithms think are relevant to the one you just searched. By starting with auto-suggested app keywords you already have a good base of potential keywords and you didn't do any manual work at all.
@Sonja Herrera After you have a list of keywords you need to choose which ones to implement in your app's metadata. Be aware that not all keywords might give you good results. This depends on several factors including popularity, difficulty, and relevancy. If your app is published in Google Play and the App Stores, you may already be ranking for keywords you were unaware of before.
@Shaun Newton There are many factors that contribute to a mobile app’s success on the market. Apart from the overall and value it delivers, it must also be easy to find by potential users.
@Shaun Newton If you run an Android app, one of the key ways of ensuring its high discoverability is by optimizing it for Google Play Store – so, making it stand out among the tens of other options available. Especially, as we’re talking about 2.9 million apps on Google Play worldwide!
@Dana West Similar to Apple App Store search guides, you must put your main keywords in the title of your Google Play Store app. This will increase your Android app's chances to rank better for those targeted keywords.
@Dana West According to research, app titles that have keywords in them have a 10.3% higher ranking than those that don't.
@Daniel Cox A/B testing is not perfect. First of all A/B testing is used to determine which is better, the new idea or the existing product. In other words, the existing product already satisfies a certain need of the user. Then we use the AB testing method to try new improvements or new features.
@Daniel Cox If a brand new product is launched to market, A/B testing won't help you. For example, if a social product is completely changed into a game, then A/B testing will not be useful at all. Also, A/B testing focuses on validation and analysis of product decisions, not on generating them. For example, if you want to experiment with a lottery feature, the lottery feature, instead of coming from A/B testing, is your own understanding of user needs.
@Daniel Cox If you never use A/B testing, then the most suitable scenario for A/B testing is when you next revamp your product, or put on new features. In the past, when the product was revamped or new features were added and went live without testing, you may have actually made your users active or turned down by 5%, but you didn't notice it. Now you can experiment with AB testing methods before you go live to see what changes in user data will occur, and only those changes that make you get growth you go live, and you can achieve continuous optimization iteration of the product and continuous improvement.
@Luis Richardson On the micro level, there are various fears among individual marketers. Some may have been drawn to the field for the more creative aspects of the work, while others may be afraid of the technology’s learning curve.
@Luis Richardson However, marketers can take advantage of a suite of tools that are now available to assist in spinning raw information in databases into propensity variables to target KPIs. Acquiring such capabilities is a worthwhile investment in a marketing career.
@Glenda Cunningham Certain issues can prevent marketers from using AI-based mobile marketing tools to harvest and exploit consumer data. On the macro level, some marketers may be constrained by some moral implications of privacy and transparency issues related to AI-powered data mining.
@Jean Black 5G is the newest technology standard for broadband cellular networks. 5G enables marketers to provide engaging data-heavy experiences that were previously unavailable due to bandwidth and speed limitations.
@Jean Black As consumers upgrade their devices to take advantage of carriers’ 5G technology, marketers must be ready to exploit its capabilities to the fullest. 5G offers increased bandwidth to enable high-definition VR experiences and 4k streaming video, along with high-speed data delivery. The race is on for brands to harness the power and opportunities that 5G will create – before your competitors do.
@Jimmie Little UGC stands for user-generated, which continues to be a highly impactful form of marketing. UGC is content related to your brand – text, images, audio, and video – that users voluntarily create and post online. Unlike influencer marketing, in which users are sought out and paid by marketers, user-generated content engenders a higher degree of trust based on real-life, unpaid experience and opinions. User-generated content can be a double-edged sword. If UGC is positive, it can generate priceless word of mouth that drives sales and trust in your brand and products. However, negative content can do just the opposite, ruining your customers’ perception of your brand and damaging trust.
@Larry Hogan Certain issues can prevent marketers from using AI-based mobile marketing tools to harvest and exploit consumer data. On the macro level, some marketers may be constrained by some moral implications of privacy and transparency issues related to AI-powered data mining.
@Larry Hogan On the micro-level, there are various fears among individual marketers. Some may have been drawn to the field for the more creative aspects of the work, while others may be afraid of the technology’s learning curve.
@Larry Hogan However, marketers can take advantage of a suite of tools that are now available to assist in spinning raw information in databases into propensity variables to target KPIs. Acquiring such capabilities is a worthwhile investment in a marketing career.
@Joe Vasquez I. Conversational Chatbots II. User-Generated Content III. Social Commerce & Shoppable Ads IV. Mobile Commerce Growth V. Location-Targeted Mobile Ads VI. Rapid 5G Adoption VII. Augmented Reality VIII. Mobile Audio Marketing IX. Voice Search
@Rodney Morris Mobile marketing consists of ads that appear on mobile smartphones, tablets, or other mobile devices. Mobile marketing ad formats, customization, and styles can vary, as many social media platforms, websites, and mobile apps offer their own unique and tailored mobile ad options.
@Marta Francis The key to defining any effective strategy is to first decide what success looks like. Get the key stakeholders together to map your mobile marketing strategy, determine how current efforts are performing (if you have any in place), and identify where you can improve.
@Al Campbell There are a variety of methods that can be used to analyze and optimize your mobile marketing tactics, including improving your responsive site and landing page design and personalizing content for mobile. It’s essential for businesses to future-proof their marketing strategy by boosting those mobile conversion rates.
@Claude Brooks Today’s mobile users range from ages 7 to 90 (OneAudience). In other words, pretty much everyone is a mobile user in some capacity. The trick is knowing how and when they use their mobile devices. Take time to develop buyer personas and you’ll be able to reach your audience anywhere.
@Colleen Alexander Among Us is a multiplayer PC and mobile game that has suddenly exploded in popularity, becoming one of the hit video games of 2020. The 2-dimensional cartoon game is played on one of three futuristic maps: A spaceship, space station or planet base.
@Jodi Ramsey The rise of new technology and the popularization of e-commerce have paved the way for new best practices when it comes to crafting a site: the most popular among them being responsive web design. A mobile-friendly app focuses on making websites and landing pages easier to navigate and more responsive to multiple devices (mobile phones, tablets, desktops, and more). Responsive web design allows your company to create a seamless customer experience across any device.
@Jodi Ramsey Your customers are online and making purchases from their smartphones, whether your website can keep up or not. Investing in a mobile responsive website creates a more pleasant user experience and converts more prospects into paying customers. Providing the best mobile experience for your customer can be the deciding factor in whether or not they will complete a purchase. Ignoring something as important as mobile responsiveness in your mobile marketing campaign will cost you in the long run.
@Stacy Fernandez 46% of people use voice search to look for local business information on their smartphones one or more times per day. No matter which mobile marketing strategy you’re employing, your business needs to be optimized for voice search. Voice search allows customers to easily search the internet using voice commands with programs like Siri or Alexa.
@Stacy Fernandez Consumers will often search for local restaurants or businesses in their areas that serve a specific need. If you’re a business owner that serves a specific area or community, you should invest in local business voice search.
@Stacy Fernandez Creating content to rank for voice search can be done in a number of ways. Most businesses find success using a mix of having an active social media presence, a regular stream of positive online reviews, and local and industry-specific directory listings. Creating a multi-channel digital marketing strategy will help improve your ranking in voice search and provide a more holistic customer experience.
@Ryan Miller One of the first steps to creating a mobile marketing program is ensuring responsive design across your website, emails, and landing pages. By implementing responsive design, you ensure a seamless and easy-to-engage-with experience that will attract and retain users.
@Calvin Webb QR codes, also known as quick response codes, are popular for mobile marketing because they work with any smartphone that has a camera and a barcode reader built-in. Most iPhone and Android phone models have built-in capabilities to read QR codes. What makes QR codes particularly good for mobile marketing is that it’s an easy way to send consumers directly to content your company is putting out. Landing pages, videos, email subscriber lists, and more can be connected to QR codes.
@Calvin Webb QR codes are simple to use and easy to track. Most QR code creators offer built-in analytics for ease of tracking. These reports can let you know how many people downloaded your QR code, interacted with the content, and even how many customers purchased something through your QR code.
@Owen Allen Today’s mobile users range from ages 7 to 90 (OneAudience). In other words, pretty much everyone is a mobile user in some capacity. The trick is knowing how and when they use their mobile devices. Take time to develop buyer personas and you’ll be able to reach your audience anywhere.
@Donnie Gregory If you’re running a local business like a restaurant or a storefront, location-based marketing is crucial for your business. Location-based marketing involves both online and in-person marketing tactics that are designed to attract customers located within the same geographic location as your business.
@Donnie Gregory This is done by using strategies like geotargeting, mobile search, SEO, location tags, and targeted PPC clicks to get your business in front of the people closest to it. Location-based marketing is perfect for small businesses that operate in a single location within a specific community. It can help you stand out against direct competitors and attract new customers that live close to your business.
@Natalie Mckenzie You might be surprised to learn that the mobile game marketing scene is booming. The number of mobile phone gamers in the United States is projected to exceed 210 million users by 2020. Mobile game marketing refers to ads that appear within mobile games promoting products or services. This strategy is often used to promote new products or deals. In-game mobile ads can appear as banner pop-ups, full-page image ads, or video ads that play between games.
@Natalie Mckenzie Mobile game marketing is heavily favored by e-commerce companies. It’s often easy for these businesses to find mobile games that relate to their own product. That allows them instant access to an audience that might have never heard of their product before. This saves marketers the time of building their own audience and instead lets them focus on selling.
@Shaun Ramsey One of the things that makes mobile marketing so popular with marketers is the variety. Mobile marketing isn’t limited to one or two strategies. It's more of a choose-your-own marketing adventure that allows you to communicate directly with mobile users. Many businesses like to mix and match different mobile marketing formats to fit their specific needs. Here’s an overview of the most popular types of mobile marketing campaigns.
@Desiree Briggs Mobile marketing is a digital marketing strategy that focuses on delivering a unified marketing message across a user's mobile channels. Mobile marketing delivers email, SMS, MMS, social media, and other marketing messages directly to a buyers smartphone, tablet, or other enabled devices.
@Irvin Rhodes Mobile usage for the average consumer has boomed in recent years. Consumers are increasingly using their mobile devices to consume media, communicate with friends, and purchase products.
@Bessie Wagner Mobile marketing allows businesses to run ads for their product directly on customers smartphones, tablets, or other mobile devices. These ads can take on many forms, including ads on social media platforms, website banner ads, and mobile app offers. Tailoring your mobile marketing strategy to deliver personalized messaging to your customers is the best way to get your customers’ attention.
@Irvin Rhodes Mobile advertising is a cost-effective way to reach your target audience and deliver high conversion rates across your digital marketing channels. The key to building your own successful mobile marketing strategy is to choose the right marketing channel for your product.
@Maxine Fowler Hello, here are the steps that you could use to launch your app: Market Research Before Launching Your App. Check Out Your App's Competitors. Publish Your App Landing Page. Create Mockups For Your App. Use A Graphic Design Template. Code Your iOS App With Swift And Xcode. Launch Your App in the App Store.
@Terrell Estrada Hello, here some tips that you can use for free to promote your app: App Store Optimization – Keywords & Reviews. First of all, make sure your app can be found by users. Social Media – Building a Community, Pushing Out Your Message. Paid Advertising – Click to Install. Public Relations – Launch, Release, and App Reviews. Networking – Word of Mouth, Target Audience.
@Vincent Paul Drive traffic, conversions, and brand awareness with content. Create a brand around your app by being an expert in your niche. Build trust with users through content. Blog content can be used for email marketing to re-engage contacts or for social media.
@Terence Gonzalez Did you know that 65% of Americans own smartphones? Did you know that 70% of mobile searches trigger an action within an hour? Mobile isn’t just the future; it has revolutionized business. Mobile devices are a key communication tool for most consumers in the US and growing numbers worldwide. That’s why mobile marketing is a must for both online business and brick-and-mortar entrepreneurs.
@Emily Stevens Mobile marketing is a revolutionary marketing tact in business world. It introduces easier and better way to communicate directly with customers and advertise products. Ecommerce business can be easily enhanced. Marketers now contact users according to their natures and requirements.May 22, 2018
@Jo Lloyd Mobile marketing is one of the most effective ways to generate results and grow your business. There are over 5 billion owners of mobile phones around the globe, meaning that you can get your message in front of your target audience within a matter of seconds.
@Ralph Vaughn Mobile marketing is important because your customers treat their mobile phones like someone who is closer to them than their lovers, parents, or pets. ... Mobile phones are the best devices for you in advertising your products. Mobile marketing makes businesses succeed faster than older forms of marketing.
@Laurie Weaver Because mobile app is a product like any other that needs to meet certain people's needs, any app marketing starts with a market research to define the market and if there are needs that the app will meet.
@Bradford Barber There’s a healthy variety of mobile marketing strategies to try. The kind that works best for your business will depend on your industry, target audience, and budget. App-based marketing: This is mobile advertising involving mobile apps. While 80% of mobile time is spent engaged with apps, you don’t have to create an app yourself to get in on the action. Services like Google AdMob help advertisers create mobile ads that appear within third-party mobile apps.Facebook also allows advertisers to create ads that are integrated into Facebook’s mobile app. Facebook’s mobile Promoted Post ads integrate so seamlessly with Facebook’s news feed that users often don’t realize they’re looking at ads.In-game mobile marketing: In-game mobile marketing refers to mobile ads that appear within mobile games, like in the example below. In-game ads can appear as banner pop-ups, full-page image ads or even video ads that appear between loading screens.
@Raven Snee QR codes: QR codes are scanned by users, who are then taken to a specific web page that the QR code is attached to. QR codes are often aligned with mobile gamification and have an element of mystery to them since users who scan them don’t always know exactly which rabbit hole they’re jumping down. Location-based marketing: Location-based mobile ads are ads that appear on mobile devices based upon a user’s location relative to a specific area or business. For example, some advertisers may only want their mobile ads to appear when users are within a 1-mile radius of their business. Mobile search ads: These are basic Google search ads built for mobile, often featuring extra add-on extensions like click-to-call or maps.Mobile image ads: Image-based ads designed to appear on mobile devices. SMS: SMS marketing involves capturing a user’s phone number and sending them text offers.
@Maureen West First, a quick definition: Mobile marketing is the art of marketing your business to appeal to mobile device users. When done right, mobile marketing provides customers or potential customers using smart-phones with personalized, time- and location-sensitive information so that they can get what they need exactly when they need it, even if they're on the go. I would tell you that mobile is the future of marketing, but really the era of mobile has already arrived. If you're not implementing some kind of mobile marketing strategy, you're already trailing behind! As you can see from the graph below, more users are spending larger amounts of time engaged with mobile devices than ever before. We can expect this trend to continue even further in the future, so get ready!
@Daniel Brian Mobile marketing consists of ads that appear on mobile smartphones, tablets, or other mobile devices. Mobile marketing ad formats, customization, and styles can vary, as many social media platforms, websites, and mobile apps offer their own unique and tailored mobile ad options.
@Akram Patel Your information will be more valuable to the localized population, so positioning your target population as the mainstream local population in Canada, and designing the user experience of your application based on the living habits and cultural background of regional residents will be more helpful to users.
@Akram Patel News applications need to better integrate into local social life and culture, provide people with good practical information, and help people to spread spontaneously, which is more conducive to the promotion of your applications. The social media that locals are accustomed to use is an important channel for them to communicate and spread. Make good use of these resources to help your brand's exposure.
@Akram Patel Considering the high-frequency scenarios and terminals users use, mobile optimization is a very important link. As people use mobile phones for longer and longer, you need to consider scenarios where users experience your application on various small screens. You need short sentences, engaging and relevant high-quality images and videos. People are very convenient to use, and a good experience is the basis for users to trust you.