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How to Build a Stronger Mobile Purchasing Funnel
Mobile Shopping

How to Build a Stronger Mobile Purchasing Funnel

What was once a company-led mobile purchasing funnel is now a cartoonistic game of cat and mouse. As consumers weave throughout the mobile web, evading the funnel, marketers are forced to race just to stay on their heels. This shift away the linear path-to-purchase can confuse even the top mobile marketers. It’s become a high-speed chase regarding mobile shopping cart abandonment, and ironically, Google DoubleClick survey finds speed to be the primary factor.

Cross-Device Measurements Enhance Mobile Targeting
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Cross-Device Measurements Enhance Mobile Targeting

Fresh research from Criteo reveals just how critical cross-device measurements are in achieving a stronger ROI across all digital ad campaigns. It was once thought that consumers browsed for products on smartphones, but inevitably made purchases on desktop. This is no longer the case, with their new study revealing the role smartphones play in each step of the buying process, and just how important cross-device data is for marketers. Criteo’s State of Cross-Device Commerce report gathered information from over 3,300 online retail businesses globally, and examined over $720 billion in annual sales from 2016. The findings? Customers are device and user-centric – and it’s up to marketers to understand cross-device transactional data, or miss out on a substantial amount of online purchases.

Appealing to Mobile Shoppers in 2017
Mobile Shopping

Appealing to Mobile Shoppers in 2017

At the close of 2016, smartphones became Australians’ device of choice, sending marketers into a new age of appealing to mobile shoppers. Many assume mobility means purchasing decisions most often happen on the go, but that isn’t always the case. Although consumers use smartphones to run their lives, and spend a decent amount of time researching products, brands, prices, and reviews before converting to a sale, they often do this from the comfort of the couch, sometimes even spending nearly 30 hours contemplating a purchase. So how should brands market products to these customers to ensure they convert to a sale?

Making the Most of Mobile Search
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Making the Most of Mobile Search

Across APAC, consumers use connected devices to perform countless mobile searches daily. Knowing which device consumer searches favor can mean the difference between closing or losing the sale. So it’s paramount that brands analyze collected data and understand the environment and device these searches come from. Over 7 million Australians own tablets. But the most frequently used device for seeking information on-the-go still remains the smartphone. It’s no secret Australians turn to their mobile devices for research, but what else makes mobile a powerful outlet for brands to meet with consumers? How should your brand approach consumers’ mobile search habits as an opportunity for connecting?

3 Mobile Marketing Trends Set to Ignite 2017
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3 Mobile Marketing Trends Set to Ignite 2017

Australian agencies are wasting no time in weaving recent mobile marketing trends into their marketing campaigns for 2017. In an attempt to complement mobile usage with more engaging content, many brands want to know which areas of mobile they should be watching this year. With mobile purchasing, video content, and pre-roll taking center stage, it only seems fitting we anticipate these areas to ignite in 2017. For marketers who make the right moves in these areas at the right time, their ROI will ignite as well.

Marketing Challenges Brands Overcame in 2016
Mobile Marketing

Marketing Challenges Brands Overcame in 2016

Mobile marketers are wrapping up 2016 by getting a head start on the new year. But understanding new types of data, emerging technologies, and the latest mobile trends will fall short without assessing the marketing challenges that forced brands to get specific, personalised, and relevant on mobile. 2016 brought a wave of change as mobile devices took center stage, ad tech blossomed, and consumer trends shifted towards wearables, VR, and AR. Brands will have a challenging time forming upcoming mobile campaigns without looking to what they’ve overcome in 2016, so we’ve looked over the most popular struggles mobile marketers faced this past year.

Millennials’ Mobile Purchasing Behaviours Explained
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Millennials’ Mobile Purchasing Behaviours Explained

Spending power, employment, and intergenerational wealth make millennials’ mobile purchasing behaviours a force to reckon with. But the biggest mistake brands make when sizing up this generation is avoiding the analytics, by not curating audience segments to take on the mobile-ready generation. Most marketers assume millennials are impulse-driven and tend to market accordingly. But new research from Telstra reveals these marketers are dead wrong about millennials, even going as far to say that this generation is the most deliberate and information-hungry group of shoppers there is. We examined the research, only to find that millennials are in fact the quickest decision makers ever, but this doesn’t mean they act on buying impulses.

Mobile Device Usage Gives Holiday Shopping Season a Boost
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Mobile Device Usage Gives Holiday Shopping Season a Boost

Millennials always come to mind when marketers think of mobile device usage, and the average age group that carries it. They aren’t wrong, but solely relying on millennials might cause brands to miss out on a large amount of revenue this holiday shopping season. The latest research from Pitney Bowes suggests millennials aren’t alone in their online shopping habits, and although mobile is a way of life for this age group, it’s also the chosen shopping method for Australians ages 35-44.

5 Strategies To Power Up Engagement This Holiday Shopping Season
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5 Strategies To Power Up Engagement This Holiday Shopping Season

This holiday shopping season will be mobile-driven and data-inspired. Brands who are able to implement the following five strategies will take their marketing investments to new heights. Smartphone users are predicted to top 2.08 billion worldwide this year, and higher usage means something else is about to see a healthy increase – with the holidays quickly approaching, and more brands continuously gaining traction on the mobile marketing front, it’s time to up the game to come out on top.

Mobile Shopping Reaches New Heights
Mobile Shopping

Mobile Shopping Reaches New Heights

Now more than ever, mobile ads play a critical role in mobile shopping to generate purchase interest, aid product discovery, and cultivate word of mouth. The IAB released new figures at the IAB MIXX Conference detailing the differences between consumer purchases on mobile across 19 countries. Not only did the study conclude that mcommerce isn’t just on the rise – it segwayed that mobile commerce has become the world’s new normal. Mobile shopping is now habitual – a global phenomenon driven by value and convenience.