WhatsApp is now available for desktop PCs for the first time, as the world’s most popular messaging app looks to expand its users base.
Home to Angry Birds and Nokia, online advertising is booming in Finland, overtaking TV ad spend for the first time this year.
eBay is reintroducing ads on its app in the second half of 2014, letting brands target users on tablets and smartphones, after a two year break from the format.
Brandtone partnered with Unilever in 2013 to drive the rate of sales across the Dove portfolio in Russia. This case study looks at how the beauty brand used linked on pack promotion swith a mobile campaign to riving cross-selling opportunities across Russia- boosting repurchase sales by 21% in some cases.
Over 3.2 million businesses are due to miss out on £52.6bn in revenues in the next 12 months alone because they haven’t switched on to mobile, according to new research.
Facebook now claims that 30 million small businesses with active Pages, up 5 million from November, as it looks to get more businesses spending money marketing on the social network.
Instagram is being used by nearly a quarter of all smartphone owners in the US, and is set to overtake Twitter this year in terms of market share, according to new research looking at mobile marketing trends in the US.
Older shoppers are more likely than youngsters to use their mobiles to compare prices online for products they see in stores, according to new research.
Nearly a third (30%) of movie tickets are bought on mobile phones in then US, and 87% of movie watchers look up movies on their phones after seeing an ad elsewhere, according to new research from the IAB.
Mobile use in the travel sector is booming, with 64% of mobile owners searching for holiday sites via a mobile device compared to 58% in a desktop environment. Mobile marketing agency, Yodel Mobile, has produced infographic which details how mobile is used by consumers for the travel sector.