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Street Fight Daily: Facebook Wants Brands on Messenger, Adobe Courts Retailers

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Facebook Wants Brands on Messenger, Adobe Courts Retailers

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Facebook Is Adding More Advertising Objectives for Brands Using Messenger… Adobe Wants to Make Every Online Retailer More Analytical… Publishers Want More Data, Monetization Options from Facebook, Google, and Apple…

Street Fight Daily: Alphabet-Uber Case Plays Out Publicly, Adobe Offers Voice-Assistant Analytics

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Alphabet-Uber Case Plays Out Publicly, Adobe Offers Voice-Assistant Analytics

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Alphabet Says Uber is Engaging in a Cover-Up… Adobe Offers Voice Analytics for Intelligent Assistants Including Siri, Alexa… Gulf Between Off-Site, On-Site Digital Engagement is Slowly Killing Your Business…

Street Fight Daily: Alexa Now Sets Up 2-Hour Deliveries, Walmart to Make More E-Commerce Acquisitions

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Alexa Now Sets Up 2-Hour Deliveries, Walmart to Make More E-Commerce Acquisitions

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Amazon Extends Alexa’s Voice Shopping Smarts to Include 2-Hour Prime Now Deliveries… Walmart E-Commerce CEO Marc Lore Says the Company Will Make More Acquisitions… Yext Hits $124 Million in Revenues in 2016-2017…

Street Fight Daily: Twitter Drops Buy Button, Google Privileges Its Own Products in Ads

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Twitter Drops Buy Button, Google Privileges Its Own Products in Ads

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Twitter Unclicks Buy Button, Signaling Unclear Future for Social Commerce… Google Uses Its Search Engine to Hawk Its Products… Snapchat is Now Pitching Brands on Sequential Video Ads…

Mobile-mentum Continues into Cyber Monday

Noah Elkin

Mobile-mentum Continues into Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday was one for the record books. U.S. shoppers spent nearly $3 billion through digital channels, making it the single largest online sales day in history, according to Adobe, and continuing a string of firsts this holiday season. Mobile continued to display strong momentum from the holiday weekend in driving website traffic and sales.

Holiday Weekend a Big Win for Mobile

Noah Elkin

Holiday Weekend a Big Win for Mobile

If U.S. consumers proved reluctant to spend their Thanksgiving holiday in stores, they demonstrated few qualms about shopping online. Digital commerce was up significantly from 2014 levels. The momentum continued into Black Friday, which also saw brick-and-mortar spending reach its highest totals since 2012. The biggest winner over the holiday weekend was mobile: Its share of website traffic and online sales reached record highs.

LBMA Podcast: Samsung’s Mobile Payments, Trippeo CEO

Asif Khan

LBMA Podcast: Samsung’s Mobile Payments, Trippeo CEO

; Adobe’s Target and Campaign services; Geolocation Privacy and Surveillance Act; Drones for Good; Maponics Communities; Unacast & TCS partner; Merrell moves into virtual reality; American Express + HUSH; Facebook Place Tips; Dallas Mavericks partner with Tixsee + Adarsh Pallian of Trippeo.