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Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011 at 7:30 am

12 Days of Conversions: Day 6-Optimize Your Mobile Site

November 30th, 2011

glass phone that reads Merry Christmas with string to hang it on the tree

This year, IBM has predicted that 15 percent of Americans will use mobile devices for their holiday shopping via Coremetrics benchmarking.  With phones getting smarter, ipads and tablets being used more heavily, and many people on the go all around, mobile devices are going to be helping people more than ever with their holiday shopping this season.  Is your mobile site optimized to create the best experience for your visitors this season?  It is difficult…

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Special Announcement
Monday, May. 12, 2008

Mobile Marketing Conference Ticket Winners Announced

May 12th, 2008

IMC mobile marketing conferenceBig thanks to everyone who took part in our ticket giveaway for the IMC Mobile Marketing conference.

Your questions were fantastic and have given us — and the conference presenters — a lot of great ideas for discussion topics. You also made it very difficult to choose a winner!

So, without further ado, our free ticket winners are…

Chana Hercenberg: As a consultant, someone who has spent time researching the industry [...], I would say one of the most important issues to address for…

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Special Announcement
Monday, May. 5, 2008

Win Tickets to the IMC Mobile Marketing Conference

May 5th, 2008

mobile web marketing cat from tastetherainbow5387 on FlickrIf you’ll be in New York City on June 4th — or looking for an excuse to visit — here’s your chance.

The IMC Mobile Marketing conference, in addition to offering a 20% discount to all GrokDotCom readers (click here for details), is letting us give away three free tickets to their event.

How To Enter

All you need to do is leave a question — not a comment — below that addresses a common or interesting concern about mobile marketing.

Be specific. The more…

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FutureNow Event

IMC Mobile Marketing: The Next Evolution

April 11th, 2008

Who: A variety of industry experts, including FutureNow’s Bryan Eisenberg, Alan Levy (BlogTalkRadio), Peter Olfe (Yojo Mobile), Dan Melinger (Socialight), Ludo Collin (Starcut), Wil Tan (MojiPage), Phil Kemelor (Semphonic), Jennifer LeClaire (Conversion Press), Eric Hansen (SiteSpect), and more.

What: The Internet Marketing Conference (IMC) promises to bring some fresh thinking about mobile marketing to New York City this June. This conference is entirely dedicated to understanding how emerging mobile technologies will affect radio, reach, widgets, multivariate testing, location-based marketing, search, promotional marketing,…

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Monday, Nov. 5, 2007 at 8:16 am

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November 5th, 2007
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Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007 at 1:00 pm

Google Can Win While Cities Drop the Ball on Wi-Fi

August 15th, 2007

Should “free” wireless internet be paid for by cities? Google doesn’t think so, which is why the company may be America’s only hope at “free” bandwidth.

But that depends on what your definition of the word “free” is. If city governments pay, taxpayers flip the bill. If Google picks up the tab, “free” means ad-supported. Any way you slice it, innovation isn’t free, and Wi-Fi doesn’t mean what it used to. That seems to be why Google recently announced its Wi-Max ambitions and…

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FutureNow Post
Thursday, Aug. 2, 2007 at 12:58 pm

Students Open to Mobile Ads When Properly Bribed

August 2nd, 2007
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Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2007 at 1:15 pm

Google Feeling “Double-Lucky” on Mobile

August 1st, 2007

Feelin' double-lucky?Forget behavioral targeting*, Google wants to predict what you want based on where you are — geographically, not virtually — and when you’re there.

How will they do that? By transforming the mobile experience, of course.

Yesterday, we discussed how Google’s WiMax deal with Sprint makes sense. Today, the mobile revolution seems imminent. Google’s feeling double-lucky . . .

Stephen Arnold, a Kentucky-based analyst who has been tracking Google with trainspotting accuracy for a number of years, has found 17 telephony-related patents and patent applications by…

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FutureNow Post
Tuesday, Jul. 31, 2007 at 1:22 pm

Google’s WiMax Bid Makes Sense — Dollars Too?

July 31st, 2007

WAY faster than dial-upTalk to any European who’s ever paid for mobile or data coverage in the US and — once they’ve stopped laughing — it becomes painfully obvious how badly we’re getting ripped-off. “I can’t believe how slow it is over here,” they say. “We had these phones, like, three years ago,” they add. “Why do Americans allow themselves to pay $100 per month for third-world phone service?”

[Cue laughter and eye-rolling.]

Enter Google’s deal with Sprint, and its promise to bid at least…

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