You might think that SMS, Short Message Service, is dwindling in the midst of free messaging apps. Just a handful of years ago, SMS texting was the most widely used data application. But smartphones have created a way for us to quickly message, often with groups, using a variety of platforms like iMessage and popular apps like WhatsApp. With all this, you might be surprised to learn that SMS is still one of the primary and most popular ways of communicating. In this post, we try to cover some of the reasons for that.
Mobile Technology has changed the way we all do business. For the small business owners in the food and drink industry, it has made life much easier. Technology is having a huge impact on restaurants everywhere, but no one is more affected than caterers. The catering industry is a fast paced, ever changing business. Caters must keep track of not only menus but of equipment, schedules, and last minute changes, all while working in the kitchen. Here’s a few ways mobile technology is reinventing the food and beverage industry.
As new models roll out from big manufactures like Apple and Samsung, keeping up with the latest features becomes an expensive endeavor. Mobile deals during Black Friday are some of the most coveted bargains to hit retail stores all year.
More than ever before, businesses rely on a diverse fleet of mobile devices to conduct daily operations. From on-the-go business calls to iPad sales presentations, the list of applications is endless for a seemingly endless supply of mobile technology.
There’s a lot to love about technology advancement, but there’s also a lot of regular maintenance tasks needed to ensure these devices are secure and effective.
We’re well into the fourth quarter of 2015 and, despite the regular holiday madness, there are still emerging trends on the mobile marketing front. In fact, with so much change occurring at the end of this year, 2016 is already shaping up to be a prolific time for mobile. Here’s a look at the most striking mobile trends of 2015 along with a brief analysis to help determine successful mobile marketing plans for next year:
Thanksgiving and the official start of the holiday season is quickly approaching, and with it a broad range of marketing opportunities for small and medium-sized businesses. Get creative with your marketing plan and enjoy acquainting new customers with your brand in between bites of stuffing. Check out a few ideas to inspire your marketing strategy this Thanksgiving:
Holiday shopping used to be a meticulously planned event, but in today’s world shopping or the booking of services can happen anytime, anywhere. Mobile technology has revolutionized the shopping experience, and many consumers now buy gifts in their spare time rather than getting everything done in one hectic day, such as Black Friday.