Mobile Marketing Daily
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
  • Google Unleashes AdSense For Mobile Applications

    Google plans to unveil AdSense for Mobile Applications Wednesday. the tool allows companies that develop applications that run on Apple's iPhone and Google's operating … Read the whole story

  • Carrier, Pricing Leave IPhone Slightly Vulnerable

    "There's very little BlackBerry envy," John Martin, CEO of Crowd Science, tells Marketing Daily. "[Apple's] satisfaction scores are amazing, particularly just three years in. … Read the whole story

  • 3G S + 3.0: Doing The Math

    Many of the most important developments on the iPhone really come from the new OS that launched last week. In the first few days … Read the whole story

  • Mobi War: Ad Nets Competition Heats Up

    With more than 1 billion iPhone apps downloaded and a string of Apple competitors opening their own app storefronts, Google and other companies are … Read the whole story

  • Study: 4 In 10 Smartphone Users Would Switch To iPhone

    Almost 4 in 10 smartphone users who don't have an iPhone would switch to the popular Apple device for their next purchase, while 4 … Read the whole story

  • Hyatt Mobilizes Via Microsoft and Verizon

    Hyatt Corp. is launching a mobile advertising campaign via Microsoft's mobile advertising relationship with Verizon Wireless. The mobile advertising display campaign, which will appear … Read the whole story

  • Verve To Power Newspaper Mobile Sites

    Mobile developer Verve Wireless Thursday announced agreements with newspaper publishers including Media News Group, A.H. Belo Corp., Hearst Corp. and Cox Newspapers to create … Read the whole story

  • Virtual Currency on Mobile

    On the mobile meet social media panel kicking off the afternoon sessions, virtual currency was mentioned as an increasingly popular way to monetize social … Read the whole story

  • One Man’s Mobile Social Content Is Another Man’s Ponzi Scheme

    When mobile social network Cellufun wanted to launch content that would attract new users, it came up with a game called “Made Off,” which … Read the whole story