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Scan allows businesses and individuals to quickly and easily create and share a mobile site
SAN FRANCISCO, February 23, 2012 — Scan, Inc. (www.scan.me) today announced $1.7 million in seed funding from top venture capital firms and notable angel investors. Scan connects the real world with the digital universe through mobile technologies like QR codes, NFC, [...]
In Touch Weekly, Life & Style Weekly, J-14, M and Twist Magazines Now Featured on Kargo Mobile Publisher Network
Kargo (www.Kargo.com ), the premier mobile publisher network today announced its partnership with Bauer Publishing managing mobile platforms for In Touch Weekly (http://m.intouchweekly.com ), Life & Style Weekly (http://m.lifeandstylemag.com ), J-14Magazine (http://m.j-14.com ), M Magazine (http://m.mmm-mag.com ) and Twist Magazine (http://m.twistmagazine.com ). Kargo was tapped to represent the Bauer Publishing brands in their first ever mobile sites, growing its audience by mobilizing content and implementing dedicated communities, social features and rich advertising.Having entered the U.S. market in 1981 with the successful launch of Woman’s World, Bauer Publishing U.S. now consists of 13 magazines across several distinct consumer segments:
The unfolding nightmare that is occurring in Japan has made the entire world stop and pay attention. Today, German app marketing company apprupt has noted that the number of people visiting mobile news sites has grown considerably as the tragedy has occurred. Continue reading
Advance Internet annouces agreement with Verve Wireless to launch new mobile websites for Advance Internet’s leading local websites across the U.S.
June 23, 2010 — Advance Internet and Verve Wireless today announced an agreement to launch new mobile sites in the 12 markets served by Advance Internet’s leading local websites across the U.S., a significant step [...]
A new mobile search engine has been launched by one of the largest Palm OS software developers in the world. Handcase is a Brazilian firm, with over 2 million mobile owners using its products in 80 different countires – and today Handcase is promoting its new mobile-only search engine, Gune.
What does it do?
Gune stands for “site” in Basque – and the core offering of Gune isn’t very exciting I’m afraid to say. But bear with me, because I do think this is a great option for the majority of phones. Continue reading
Facebook revealed that users of the mobile web and mobile application versions of its service grew from 20 million to over 65 million in a little over 6 months. Continue reading
I am a huge BMW fan – but for the first time in my life a mobile barcode campaign in the German Autobild magazine has made the new Maxda look ever more appealing. Continue reading
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Mobile Marketing company Punchkick Interactive signs The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The Nielsen Norman Group (NNG) did an extremely simple and effective piece of research into how useable the mobile Web is. It simply asked mobile phone owners to complete basic tasks using their own devices. And the results it has released point to one conclusion: using the mobile Web is slow, difficult and annoying. Continue reading
This is the most positive email I have seen from a mobile firm for a long time. Its from mobile site creation company Zinadoo and its boasting about the huge increase in mobile web use. Zinadoo have an office next to GoMo News in Waterford and we couldn’t resist highlighting the electricity coming from the room next door! Continue reading
I received an email from Decktrade. Usually, as I haven’t run a campaign on Dectrade for about 2 years – I ignore these mails. But following on from the Jumptap drama – I decided to take a look. Continue reading
I have to be honest – I have never heard of Hardee’s and I have no idea what a Biscuit Hole is –but it sounds like it has so many calories in it I wouldn’t be allowed to even look at it. Continue reading
Mobile analytics firm Amethon has released results from a study into mobile advertising sites. The study, which focused on sites that exist only to host a specific advertising campaign, found that while click-through-rates may be high, the sites don’t hold browsers attention, and the majority of viewers don’t even get past the first page.
Amethon studied [...]