Case Studies

Learn more about the latest mobile marketing and trends for big data technology in the retail industry.

Mobile Engagement Bring Signs to Life

by maryann

Looking for a better way to deliver your message to interested consumers? With QR Codes and other mobile triggers, you can introduce new products, encourage app downloads and increase web traffic without interrupting their day.

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Apparel Brands that Excel at Mobile Marketing

by Zach W.

The top five apparel brands in the world (Zara, Nike, H&M, Ralph Lauren and Adidas) are using codes and mobile apps to connect with consumers and provide updates on sales, coupons, discounts and new merchandise.

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Mobile Engagement: It’s Like Giving Your Customers a Personal Shopper

by maryann

Barcodes let products and marketing tools speak for themselves, while ensuring that your information is communicated in a clear, consistent way—every time.

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QR Codes: The Future’s So Bright, We Gotta Wear Shades

by maryann

The fact of the matter is, consumers every day, everywhere throughout the world are using QR Codes and other mobile triggers such as Microsoft Tag and NFC in numbers never seen previously.

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Avoid “Blind Date Marketing” with ScanLife

by maryann

Mobile engagement marketing provides you with data from every scan, so you can connect with customers, speak their language, and exceed their expectations. Here’s how easy it is to turn those hard-to-get prospects into steady dates that become customers for life.

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Mobile Engagement & QR Codes to the Rescue of Retail

by Ben B.

In the long list of industries transformed by the slow but steady digitization of our societies, retail probably tops the charts. And now the mobile channel promises to complicate matters further. eMarketer’s latest mobile commerce projections (Jan 2013) gives us an idea of the volume of sales achieved directly through mobile devices. This time though, I believe things are different. Most of today’s senior marketers and retail business leaders have seen how the online channel has…

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Lessons from 2012 QR Code Campaigns

by Alex from London

So you’ve secured your marketing budget for 2013 and now want to connect with your customers via mobile. Since all research indicates that the majority of them have a smartphone, you know it’s the right move. Now “all” you need are original ideas. Fear not my friend, as you’ve come to the right place. What follows is a recap of some of the best and quirkiest mobile barcode campaigns, as well as tips and tricks to help maximize your results. Best 2012 QR Code campaigns For a review…

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Why A Mobile Optimized Presence Is Not An Option

by Alex from London

Does your CMO or CEO still hesitate to make investments in a mobile optimized presence? You’re not the only one, as plenty of brands continue to resist it. To help make this decision easier for you, Google shared the results of 1,088 U.S. adult smartphone users surveyed in July 2012 by independent market research firms Sterling Research and SmithGeiger. In a nutshell… The situation today: Nearly 75% of users prefer a mobile-friendly site, but… 96% of consumers encountered sites that…

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2012 Mobile Engagement & QR Codes Highlights

by david

As 2012 comes to a close, it’s always good to take a step back to reflect on the evolution of everything over the past year. 12 months are an eternity in the mobile space and 2012 has been particularly full of innovations and remarkable events. Here are some of the year’s highlights: SUMMER 2012 OLYMPICS –THE FIRST MOBILE GAMES EVER The London Olympics have been to Mobile Engagement what Woodstock has been to Rock ‘n Roll: the moment where Mobile Engagement officially joined the…

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How Mobile is Transforming Retail

by Ben B.

As smartphone adoption skyrockets, so do the studies documenting its impact on shopper behavior. Among the latest additions is research by Deloitte which shows that “smartphones currently influence 5.1% of annual retail store sales, translating to $159 billion in forecasted sales for 2012 […] This total is expected to grow to 19%, or $689 billion in brick-and-mortar transactions by 2016. […] Consumers who use a mobile phone while they are shopping are 14% more likely to make an in-store…

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