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As ‘Near Me’ Searches Spread on Mobile, Consumers Trade Loyalty for Convenience

Stephanie Miles

As ‘Near Me’ Searches Spread on Mobile, Consumers Trade Loyalty for Convenience

Location marketing is changing the way people shop in the real world, potentially decreasing the role loyalty plays in purchasing decisions as consumers prioritize convenience. According to the results of a new study commissioned by the location marketing platform Uberall, 82% of shoppers have done a “near me” search on their smartphones.

Street Fight Daily: Amazon Slays Brands, Marketers Lose Track of Social Campaign Data

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Amazon Slays Brands, Marketers Lose Track of Social Campaign Data

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Amazon Ruthlessly Undercuts Brands With Its Low, Private Label Prices… Survey: Social Advertisers Missing Critical Components in Data Ownership… Ad Tech Execs and App Marketers Doubt Apple Can Sell Ads Without Data Collection…

#SFSNYC: Drawing the Connection Between Online Presence and In-Store Sales

Joao-Pierre Ruth

#SFSNYC: Drawing the Connection Between Online Presence and In-Store Sales

More and more, businesses need to stay on top of their digital presences, which extend well beyond their company websites. The variety of outlets where people can discuss their impressions of a brand continues to expand says Elisabeth Kurek, uberall’s vice president of partner growth, who will speak at next week’s Street Fight Summit in Brooklyn.

6 Social Media Tactics that Reduce Marketing Costs for SMBs

Stephanie Miles

6 Social Media Tactics that Reduce Marketing Costs for SMBs

In addition to generating leads, building brand awareness, and adding credibility to a business, a well-implemented social strategy should also lower a merchant’s overall marketing expenses. Social media is oftentimes less expensive than other types of marketing, and can easily be used to leverage a merchant’s complimentary marketing programs.