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The majority of fast food restaurants offer rewards for answering a survey on the back of their receipt. It's a fantastic idea in theory because it targets current customers who have just had an in-store experience and can give valuable data. But there are a few flaws in execution that make this method inefficient.
If you own a restaurant, you know how wonderfully rewarding the business can be. You also know tough it can be to consistently turn a profit. Fortunately, advances in technology like text message marketing and near field communication (NFC) are creating exciting new ways for restaurant owners to reach existing and potential customers.
Google has recently integrated AMP into its mobile search results. It claims pages will load "blazing fast," and viewers will be able to easily scroll without wasting time. Google explains pages built with AMP load approximately four-times faster and utilize 10-times less data than similar pages without AMP.
Dave Wilkin is the founder of Ten Thousand Coffees, a networking site that brings recent grads together with business leaders. He notes in the video above that having more and more people connected vi...
Contrary to popular marketing ideology, we do not live in a multiple-screen world. My world is about one screen: whatever screen is in front of me. Too many brands continue to build digital ghettos where the Web, mobile, social and even e-commerce occupy and have their own, unique, strategies. This leads to brands that are wildly different across their platforms. To put it simply? These strategies are stupid. Here's why.
As a marketing professional, there is nothing I hate more than receiving any form of communication (email, Web experience, social media, mobile, whatever) and not see an obvious place where I can either opt out of the communication or protect how much information is being captured. As a consumer, I probably hate it more.