Mobile Marketing Daily
Friday, January 30, 2015
  • It's Not 'Social'- It's 'Personal'

    As messaging apps try to become media platforms, it begs the question: what would a more personal form of news and information delivery really … Read the whole story

  • Tumblr Backs Long-Form Content, Mobile Messaging

    Tumblr on Thursday announced support for long-form content and mobile messaging, among other changes. While pictures and video are driving social media trends at … Read the whole story

  • Verizon's Tracking Program Draws Scrutiny On Capitol Hill

    Verizon's decision to insert a tracking header into mobile Web traffic is raising eyebrows on Capitol Hill, where some lawmakers are vowing an investigation. … Read the whole story

  • Google Reports Clicks, Cost Per Clicks On Ads Fall In Q4

    Google reported Q4 2014 earnings Thursday. Its overall search business held its own in the quarter, all except clicks related to ads on non-Google … Read the whole story

  • Facebook Tests Mobile Beacons

    Facebook will begin testing a new service that uses mobile beacons to push information about businesses and attractions to Facebook users in the area, … Read the whole story

  • FCC Says Broadband Now Means Speeds Of 25 Mbps

    The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday redefined broadband as speeds of at least 25 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream. That new standard -- … Read the whole story

  • Fans Want To Go Deeper With Super Bowl Brands

    Although millions will watch this Sunday's Super Bowl, fans say brands are missing the mark if they only air a TV spot. Rather, they … Read the whole story