Mobile Marketing Daily
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
  • Mobile Sites Bring Holiday Frustration

    Research firms have already predicted a big uptick in shopping via mobile device this holiday season. IDC, for instance, has projected mobile will account … Read the whole story

  • Nevada 'Captures Hearts' Cost-Effectively

    In-stream video test program with Google exposed its skiing commercial to 7.7 million people, targeted to high-income skiers/snowboarders ages 25 to 54 in L.A., … Read the whole story

  • FilmOn Slapped With Restraining Order

    A New York court has issued a temporary restraining order against FilmOn, the rogue video digital site, which has been re-airing TV networks' live … Read the whole story

  • IGreen

    The product that opened my eyes to the potential of Good Guide's technology was a skin cream, which showed a reasonable environment rating, good … Read the whole story

  • Mobile Advertising To Hit $1 Billion in 2011

    A whitepaper from Smaato, utilizing consumer research for mobileSQUARED by Lightspeed Research, acknowledges that the US is the second largest mobile advertising market in … Read the whole story

  • WherePlay My AirPlay?... And Other Thanksgiving Appetizers

    The iOS 4.2 updates to the iPad and iPhone dropped yesterday as nice little appetizers to savor over Thanksgiving. The quasi-multitasking the update provides … Read the whole story

  • And Another Thing: I'm Still Not Watching Mobile TV

    Some rants are so big they take two blog posts to handle. See yesterday's post for the warm up. Such is my experience with … Read the whole story

  • Search Engine Verifies Product Stock In Stores

    Consumers in the Greater New York City area searching for products online before buying in stores might want to know about a startup that … Read the whole story

  • Maine Ski Resort Launches An App For That

    "When Facebook announced it was going to roll out its Places [app], that seemed like a natural fit for us," Nick Lambert tells Marketing … Read the whole story

  • Pew: Wealthier Americans More Internet-Centric

    The term "digital divide" is less prevalent these days, but there's still a gap between higher- and lower-income Americans when it comes to Internet … Read the whole story

  • Ziff Davis Names Horowitz COO

    Ziff Davis, a leading technology media company, named Steven Horowitz chief operating officer. In his new post, Horowitz will handle all product, editorial, technology … Read the whole story