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Are You Getting Mobile Right? (Part I)

Did you know that mobile now surpasses TV as the most-used screen among multiscreen audiences? If it wasn’t clear already, this confirms that mobile is a key component to a successful digital strategy, and to a holistic consumer-driven strategy overall. To help marketers better understand how to utilize mobile’s strengths as a marketing platform, today we released Getting Mobile Right, a follow-up to our earlier Getting Digital Right study.

Amazon Fire Sparks an Interest

Amazon introduced its latest tech device, the Fire Smartphone, potentially interrupting the device industry for the second time after entering the tablet market in 2011. The big question is: will it be successful, especially given a saturated smartphone market?

Whole Foods, Whole Marketing: Getting Digital Right

As a part of Millward Brown, we believe that a company’s brand should be at its core – and as Millward Brown Digital, we want brand strategy and digital execution to be in tandem. So what about the most iconic grocer in an ever-growing healthy-eating subculture?

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Another week has gone by, and it’s time for another great round-up of digital marketing articles! Read on to learn what our followers and we found most interesting. Ten Mobile Marketing Statistics to Help Justify your Budget We all know mobile is the new frontier (but not the final one). It’s scary and marks a field doused in more uncertainty than desktop or TV — and we still have questions

Putting the ‘Star’ in Starbucks: Getting Digital Right

Coffee: the drug of choice for busy professionals, sleep-deprived college students, Twitter bio writers, and me. The caffeinated landscape is filled with brands, brews, and beans — but it’s safe to say that nobody has quite the stronghold over the cafe market than Starbucks. How does Starbucks get digital right? Let’s take a look.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Last week we shared with you the best of the Compete Pulse blog from 2013, but now it’s time to get back to our usual round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week. Enjoy!

T-Mobile is Here to Stay

Whether gleefully poaching dissatisfied AT&T customers on Twitter or rebranding T-Mobile as the “Un-carrier” and changing long-established wireless practices, T-Mobile made a lot of noise in 2013. At CES in Las Vegas, CEO John Legere announced that all of that noise has moved the needle: T-Mobile had their best quarter in the last eight years in Q4 2013.

Mobile vs Desktop: Comparing the Traffic of 3 Major Retailers

With holiday season coming to an end, we thought it would be a good idea to take a look at three of the top retailers, but in a slightly different way. Unlike previous years, we now have mobile data to play around with and it definitely gives us a fresh look at how consumers are interacting with the retail giants’ websites – both on mobile and on desktop.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: People Shopping on Mobile Devices Visit More Sites Than Those on a PC, Mobile App Metrics that Matter, Matt Cutts: Google Penalties Get More Severe for Repeat Offenders, and 5 Ways To Evaluate The Quality Of Audience Data.

Mobile Traffic of the Internet’s Top Social Media Sites

When it comes to social media, Facebook is undoubtedly the king. It’s the oldest of today’s top contenders, roughly one of every 7 people in the world are on it, and Hollywood spun a movie based on the “story” of its creation. But how do the other top social networks like Twitter and LinkedIn compare?

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: Are You Making These 10 Common Google AdWords Mistakes? Internet marketers know that using Google AdWords is an excellent way to drive traffic to their sites. Since it can be expensive if not handled correctly, the trick is to manage campaigns to get the highest return on investment. Unfortunately, a poorly managed AdWords campaign is