Posts tagged with Mobile

Google Mobile First index

Seven quick steps to prepare for Google's mobile-first index

Even before its official announcement back in Nov 2016, Google has been planning a release of a mobile-first iteration for its search engine’s index of webpages.


How publishers are using augmented reality to bring stories to life

Print sales might be on the rise, but that does not mean publishers are turning their backs on digital content altogether. 

While pop-up books used to be the only way to make reading an interactive experience, the rise of augmented reality means that publishers are now able to bring stories to life in a whole new way. 

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How mobile apps can shape the Premier League fan & player experience

At Econsultancy we've been talking quite a lot recently to football clubs and their agencies (see the bottom of this article for links).

After chatting to Reading Room about their work with Swansea, Stoke and Middlesbrough, I was contacted by Other Media, who are the app developers for Swansea City FC.


Ask the experts: Mobile SEO trends, challenges & strategy

We're starting a new series of 'ask the experts' articles on the Econsultancy blog.

For our first installment, we've caught up with a bunch of SEO veterans to ask them about mobile SEO. The questions we asked are as follows – you can read them all or jump straight to a question by clicking on it in the list below.


How six travel & hospitality brands use personalisation to enhance the customer experience

Personalised marketing means more than just addressing the customer by name.

For brands in the travel and hospitality industry, effective personalisation can range from interactive content to targeted banners and customised travel itineraries.

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Email marketing must be mobile, automated & personalised to deliver ROI

According to a recent Econsultancy report, marketers feel that email marketing delivers better ROI than any other digital channel.

The annual Email Marketing Industry Census in association with Adestra, offers insights into what marketers are doing globally through a survey of 1,200 marketers. At a recent Econsultancy event in Singapore hosted by NTUC, we reviewd these key insights.


Using data to improve your mobile conversion: A simple but effective approach

Delivering a step-change in mobile revenue isn’t easy, but a clear understanding of your user journey gives you a head start.

The key? Break the journey down into meaningful micro-conversions, then benchmark these to prioritise and unlock the biggest opportunities.

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Mobile conversion rates: How does your site compare?

With conversion on mobile much lower then desktop, improving it is a priority for retailers.

How does your mobile conversion measure up?


10 thought-provoking quotes about mobile experiences

There's nothing like a roundup of some incisive quotes about emerging technology to pep up your presentation or indeed your afternoon.

These quotes about mobile are taken from the innovation charity Nesta and its excellent collection of essays on the subject, part of the Digital R&D Fund's effort to help arts and culture organisations make the most out their data.

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Five apps & websites that ditched the hamburger menu

The hamburger menu has always been contentious, with many believing its rather smug parallel lines are too abstract, not understood by all users.

Even as the icon proliferated, as more and more company websites went responsive, it has seldom been viewed as a standard.


Mobile marketing in 2017: Five expert predictions

What will 2017 mean for the world of mobile marketing?

Our experts have already outlined what they think are some of the biggest mobile trends of the past year, so now it’s time to look ahead to the next twelve months.

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Is content really the solution to lacklustre conversion rates?

Dramatic shifts in ecommerce over the last three years have created many challenges for retailers – with perhaps the most alarming a relentless downward pressure on conversion rates.

It is not news to point out that the response has been a rush to ‘content’, the received wisdom being that strong content directly contributes to improved conversion - but should we take this much-vaunted link at face value?