Your favorite restaurants are making it all too easy to get your fast-food (and fast-casual) fix.
Mobile can do far more than just bring your brand's image to new audiences -- it can help build it and even save it from the occasional PR crisis.
The only way you can attain more money is if you make a bigger impact. The more impact you make, the more income you earn.
APIs: These programming interfaces live wherever digital experiences are being created. Are they part of your growth strategy?
Pages is getting a mobile overhaul in an effort to better tailor how users interact with the companies on the site. It also potentially means more ad sales for the social giant.
It's no longer considered mobile-friendly to have pop-up ads before you reach content, which can impact advertisers and publishers.
Naturally, the more conversions your website produces, the more revenue your business is going to produce.
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The company would have utilized beacon technology to give users notifications about discounts if they were near a retail partner.
If you refuse to play by their rules, they have the power to easily find alternatives, and actively pull other potential customers away.
Given that 60 percent of the time users spend online is through their mobile devices, establishing a solid mobile presence ensures that your customers always have a piece of your brand at the tip of their fingers.
Force Touch allows users to press down firmly to find other features within apps with fewer steps.
The company is testing new products, looking for sales partners, hiring software experts and learning from its previous mistakes.
With so much data, so many new channels and so much competition out there, it can be tough to determine which strategies are worth trying out.
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