As devices and technologies change, so will our marketing methods.
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Carefully assess your need for a mobile app and consider advertising with Facebook.
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Our exclusive Q&A with Julia Cordray, the brassy CEO behind the Internet's most hated app.
Companies that don't have an app must not let another year go by.
The app, called Indoor Survey, uses radio frequency measurements to let the user find their position in a building.
A new app let's you rate what you love to drink, then helps you find more of what your palate enjoys.