All posts tagged "Rob Woodbridge"

  • mamfront2
    Why privacy is a killer strategy or an app killer

    Privacy is an overused, under implemented strategy for mobile apps these days. There is a lot of talk but very little action. Companies that violate the privacy rights of their users will, at best, feel the wrath...

    • Posted November 26, 2014
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  • THE MOBILE COMMERCE MINUTE- PODCAST LOGO
    Just what is the real reach of beacons today?

    How many people do beacons really reach today? That's the question that Chuck tackles on this episode. We are starting to see audited, authenticated numbers and those numbers are growing. From third party apps tapping into the...

    • Posted November 26, 2014
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  • PatrickPichette
    Google CFO Patrick Pichette on being a Canadian in the Bay

    Canadians are everywhere. It's true. We've run the International Space Station, we've won gold medals, play on most NHL hockey teams, have a strong contingent of all-star baseball players, are revered around the globe and, one actually...

    • Posted November 25, 2014
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  • THE MOBILE COMMERCE MINUTE- PODCAST LOGO
    The future of mobile payments – according to Paydiant

    Chuck had the opportunity to visit the new Paydiant offices - they are the company behind MCX and Subway's mobile payments app. While there, Chuck was given a tour of their Customer Experience Lab to see the...

    • Posted November 25, 2014
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  • twilbmfront
    Everyone’s hooking up + Ryan Craver on beacons

    Welcome to episode #209. On the show: LINKNYC replaces payphone with WiFi in NYC; Radio Shack goes back to its roots with Little Bits; LivingSocial lets merchants in on the deal; Groupon acquires in-store analytics company Swarm;...

    • Posted November 24, 2014
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  • THE MOBILE COMMERCE MINUTE- PODCAST LOGO
    The mobile mommy club

    Mobile influence is crazy when it comes to our purchase behaviour so it shouldn't be a shock when someone dissects its impact on a segment of the shopping population. This time around it is mothers and mothers...

    • Posted November 24, 2014
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  • wojciechgryc
    Why personalization is key to more revenue from your existing customers – with Wojciech Gryc of Canopy Labs

    This episode focuses on the theory of how personalization works and what impact it can have on the bottom line. Wojciech highlights how data can be used properly to help sell, how mobile fills a giant hole,...

    • Posted November 21, 2014
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  • THE MOBILE COMMERCE MINUTE- PODCAST LOGO
    These are the global Mobile hierarchy of needs

    A new study by AT Kearney examines the global consumer's motivation to get online and, of course, Chuck breaks it down for the mobile crowd here. The simple truth is that all of us, in any country,...

    • Posted November 21, 2014
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  • THE MOBILE COMMERCE MINUTE- PODCAST LOGO
    How beacons play in the path to purchase

    Chuck visited New York based Verve to hear how they see where beacons play in the consumer path to purchase. What came of it is summarized in this episode and may signify the emergence of a new...

    • Posted November 20, 2014
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  • tomstandage
    Why The Economist launched their daily smartphone app Espresso – with Digital Editor Tom Standage

    The Economist recently launched a daily edition for smartphones called Espresso. It is a subscription-based 1100 word app that brings the top news stories - written by The Economist writers - to the small screen every single...

    • Posted November 19, 2014
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