Show Notes | Episode 64 | Best Practices for Integrating Web + Mobile Marketing Campaign Elements | Episode Link URL – https://dominoresearch.com/podcast/best-practices-integrating-marketing-campaigns-ep-64 |
This podcast episode walks you through real examples – using our own sites – of what works and what does not when it comes to integrating mobile with your website and other online activities. We’re showing you how to read the stats, how to figure out what does best in combination with what else – all of the basics that you may not understand yet, but will become super important over the next year as mobile continues to take over the internet.
Show Notes | Episode 63 | Q & A with Trade Show and Events Producers Using Mobile Ep 63 | Episode Link URL – https://dominoresearch.com/podcast/trade-show-event-producers-question-answer-session-ep-63 |
On this episode, we’ve compiled a list of common questions from clients about using mobile wallets to produce a more successful, more profitable event.
Show Notes | Episode 61 | Realtors Use Mobile Wallet Campaigns for Lead Generation | Episode Link URL – https://dominoresearch.com/podcast/realtors-mobile-wallet-campaign-lead-generation-ep-61 |
In this episode, we’re discussing ways that real estate agents use mobile wallet passes to generate leads and funnel them through to completed sales.
Show Notes | Episode 60 | The Changing Podcast Landscape? | Episode Link URL – https://dominoresearch.com/podcast/changing-podcast-landscape-ep-60 |
The more things change across the podcast landscape, the more they remain the same.
Whether it’s more stats, real stats, ad skipping, ad rates, ideal length, or anything else that’s a constant topic for those who create and distribute podcasts, it seems like it’s always the same topics. Does it ever really change?
Show Notes | Episode 59 | Using Lockscreen Notifications to Manage Traffic Flow at Your Events | Episode Link URL – https://dominoresearch.com/podcast/lockscreen-notifications-traffic-event-ep-59 |
Keeping speakers and attendees where they need to be at a conference can become a full time job if you’re not careful. .
There’s a more efficient means of doing that, and it involves the mobile phone lockscreen notification.