WE HAVE MOVED THE MEETUP TO MAXWELL'S AT 59 READE STREET (Between Broadway and Church Streets) - Near City Hall; Find Map: http://g.co/maps/afv4t
Targeting the Mobile Shopper
Mobile Marketing Strategy Lessons from the Retail Sector
With panelists from AT&T AdWorks, NBC Universal, Frank Magid Associates, MocoSpace
Wtih Amazon.com redesigning its website with mobile shoppers and tablets in mind and with the critical holiday season via Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday fast approaching, critical eyes will once again be looking at digital and in particular, mobile marketing effectivness. Today's consumer has a short attention-span and has become necessarily discriminating with their time. With average time on site and page views per session decreasing -while simultaneously consumers are increasing mobile browsing and social media activity via iPads, tablets and smartphones - is your business brand effectively leveraging mobile strategy, tactics and technologies to drive mobile shoppers to your website, offline store or to purchase 'in-app'?
In our next Brandhackers Oct 17th meetup "Targeting the Mobile Shopper: Mobile Marketing Strategy Lessons from the Retail Sector" we will look to this sector to uncover mobile marketing case study success learnings, failures and best practices which can be leveraged in any industry and line of business, with our panelists touching on:
Updated 2011 Trends in Online and Mobile Shopping Leveraging Mobile Search, Display and Emerging Ad Formats Leveraging Mobile Apps that Succeed in Purchase Transactions, Engagement and Direct Response QR Code Campaign Integration Tactics Effective Social Media Product Recommendations Technologies Mobile Website Best Practices
Marisa Shockley, Associate Director, Media Innovation at AT&T AdWorks James Gaffar, Product Developer, Ad Solutions Mobile/Emerging Media at NBC Universal Tom Godfrey, Executive Director, Mobile Strategy, Frank N Magid Associates Tom Dorf, Sr. Director, Mobile Advertising Sales, SoyJoy / Mocospace Melvin Wilson, Consultant Tech & Media Counsel, Gerson Lehman Group
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6:00-7:00 - Pre-Networking
7:00-8:00 - Brandhacker's "Targeting the Mobile Shopper"
8:00-9:00 - Q&A and Post Networking with the Panel
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• $3 Bud Light
• $4 Cosmos
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