Apple previewed iOS 14 to be released this fall, but the most powerful announcement was ‘App Clips,’ where users can access parts of an app without having to download it or navigate the entire app via QR Code or an NFC tag.
Published on: July 21, 2020
How location-based marketing can see a surge due to changing consumer habits during and post the pandemic.
Published on: June 4, 2020
A number of realtors of all sizes have already leveraged the technology of QR Codes, beacons, NFC tags, and geofencing in real estate such as Coldwell Banker, RE/Max, and JLL amongst others as their mobile marketing strategy. These real estate companies have not only tasted immense success but, also, achieved a high ROI with customer retention.
Published on: March 23, 2020
When you began your business, one of the first things you probably heard was, “You need a website.” And for good reason. A website is the spine of any eCommerce business: the central point that holds everything else together. Consequently, it’s also one of the first places to look at if you’re looking to increase […]
Published on: November 15, 2019
We’ve all heard the saying – “old is gold”. When it comes to the functionality of age-old brick-and-mortar stores, this does not hold good anymore. Not in 2019. Brands like Barnes & Noble, Barneys, and Toys R Us died because they didn’t embrace technology due to lack of expertise on consumer behavior, ineffective communication and […]
Published on: November 8, 2019
Smartphones are almost ubiquitous in the US. Seventy-seven percent of Americans own a smartphone and 79% of smartphone users have made a purchase with their phone in the last year. If that sounds like old news, that’s because it is. Online retailers are well aware of the importance of online eCommerce. But as technology and […]
Published on: November 1, 2019
iOS 13 is tailor-made to protect the consumer’s privacy seamlessly allowing the consumer to choose permission for apps to access to their location. The new operating system protects the user’s privacy, location status and more in a rather cumulative manner. With the new iOS 13 beta launch, the user’s privacy has been further safeguarded, QR […]
Published on: October 4, 2019
The ancient Greeks built the world’s first stadium in the 8th century. It was a giant-U structure with single tracks and sand stands for the audience. However, it was the center of attraction in Olympia for ages. Much has changed since that day; the simple tracks have transformed into well-designed mega-structures. The largest surviving greek […]
Published on: October 1, 2019
The past year witnessed that around 36% of home purchasers were millennials. With millennials taking the real-estate industry by storm through their consistently increasing purchases, it’s time for realtors to up their lead generation game and grab as many leads as possible. While some of the older lead generation techniques still hold their ground, the […]
Published on: April 3, 2019
To make it in retail, the mantra for success was – Location, Location, Location. Not anymore, though. 2018 saw major big-box retailers like Toys R Us, Bon-Ton closing down and others like Macy’s, Sears and J.C. Penney closing some of their major stores. The culprit? E-commerce that has brought on the ‘retail apocalypse.’ But, the […]
Published on: January 24, 2019