Mobile Marketing Daily
Monday, February 1, 2010
  • The Planet Of Right Here

    For anyone who remembers one of my early articles from last year, titled "Our Little Baby has Grown Up," this article's title should have … Read the whole story

  • Steve Ballmer Cozies Up To SEO Community

    Steve Ballmer must recognize the importance of search engine optimization. Search Engine Land's Danny Sullivan finally convinced Microsoft's CEO into keynoting the SMX West … Read the whole story

  • Selling The IPad To Ourselves

    Whenever you hear an ace pitchman like Steve Jobs start a presentation promising something "magical," you know that he's probably about to overreach what … Read the whole story

  • Microsoft's Bing Anchors On Localeze Business Data

    Microsoft has become more aggressive in integrating data from other search engines that can offer expertise in a specific subject. Last year, Bing began … Read the whole story

  • Google Unleashes Click-To-Call Mobile Search Ads

    Google released a mobile feature Thursday that allows advertisers to add a clickable local phone number to mobile paid-search ads. The phone number appears … Read the whole story

  • Nearly 1/2 Of Smartphone Users Never Buy An App

    Meanwhile, more than a third of the survey respondents said they were frustrated with the cost of certain apps. At the same time, 29% … Read the whole story

  • AT&T: We Can Handle iPad

    AT&T Thursday assured that it would be able to handle data traffic from the iPad, mainly because they expect users to rely on Wi-Fi … Read the whole story

  • Bravo, foursquare Team For Mobile Brand Experience

    Bravo Media has teamed with mobile social network foursquare to launch a branded experience on their site. Sponsors will also be integrated into the … Read the whole story

  • Jagtag Extends 2D Barcode System To All Major U.S. Carriers

    With the addition of Sprint and T-Mobile, 2D barcode company Jagtag has made its technology now available across the five major U.S. wireless operators, … Read the whole story

  • IAB's Rothenberg Delivers iRant Against iPad

    Stand back, Steve Jobs. Randall Rothenberg is taking on the iPad to make the Internet safe for advertising. In a blog post Thursday, the … Read the whole story