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How Effective Is Location-Targeted Mobile Advertising?

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New research shows that mobile advertising targeted to consumers based on their locations can be effective. This is particularly the case with customers who have shown a high level of interest in the type of product being shown to them. Researchers also think that some users might simply need more time to evaluate the trustworthiness of an app or offer — suggesting that marketers might see delayed responses to location targeted mobile ads.

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How Facebook is Delivering Personalization on a Whole New Scale

As Facebook becomes more mobile-centric, it’s also becoming adept at laying its customer data over brand data and third-party data to create uniquely customized experiences for its users. In a Q&A, Blake Chandlee, vice president of global partnerships at Facebook, details the power that comes from being able to overlay all that customer information. “Historically, we’ve never had the ability to have the scale of a mass media along with the personalization that digital provides,” says Chandlee.

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New MIT Sloan Management Review App

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MIT SMR announces the launch of its new app, available for both iOS and Android devices, effective with the Spring 2014 issue. The app features all the magazine content from each issue in a format tailored to a tablet or smartphone.  Features include an easy-to-access table of contents, zoom-in exhibits and sidebars, instant-read footnotes with no scrolling, sharing tools and downloading for offline reading.

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Omnichannel Retailing and Data Analytics: Leveling the Playing Field

We’re in a new world of omnichannel retailing that includes physical, online and mobile channels. And those channels are blurring. In a recent AllAnaltyics video and web chat, Analytics in the Age of Omnichannel Retailing, researchers Erik Brynjolfsson, Yu Jeffrey Hu and Mohammad Rahman discussed the challenges facing retailers.

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Competing in the Age of Omnichannel Retailing

Recent technology advances in mobile computing and augmented reality are blurring the boundaries between traditional and Internet retailing, enabling retailers to interact with consumers through multiple touch points and expose them to a rich blend of offline sensory information and online content. In response to these changes, retailers and their supply-chain partners will need to rethink their competitive strategies.

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Is the Mobile Web Changing Your Purchasing Behavior?

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Has your smartphone changed how you make buying decisions?

If so, you're not alone, according to an interesting presentation that MIT Sloan School Professor Duncan Simester gave as part of an MIT Sloan Executive Education course this past summer.

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What Hooks M-Commerce Customers?

By some estimates, today's 533 million Internet users will mushroom to over 1.4 billion by 2007 — a vast potential market for e-commerce-savvy companies. Favorably inclined toward expanding their online access to goods and services, these users are steadily migrating to wireless technology, such as data-enabled cell phones.

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