mobile first generation

How to use Snapchat for Mobile Marketing

by xtremepush • 21st March 2014

If you were the owner of a Burrito restaurant and had a special written on a menu board at the door for a Beefy Crunchy Burrito, you might increase customer footfall but only for customers who actually walk past your restaurant. An alternative scenario would be to go one step further and communicate the deal […]


5 Consumer behavior trends in smartphone usage

by xtremepush • 18th March 2014

In our most recent blog it mentioned how mobile phones are very much joined at the hip, eyes, ears and most prominently thumbs of the average person…..It is not uncommon for the average Smartphone user to unlock their phone 110 times a day and check their phone on average of 150 times a day. It’s […]


Donate to Unicef by putting your mobile device down

by xtremepush • 7th March 2014

Mobile phones are very much joined to the hip, eyes, ears and most prominently thumbs of the average person. A key question for organisations in the mobile first world where we search, click and move on in a matter of seconds is how to create a level of stickiness through engaging and compelling mobile content. […]


Context is King in Mobile Marketing

by xtremepush • 26th February 2014

The mobile phone has become an extension of the consumers self, habitually they have their devices at arm’s length; with 91 % of smartphone owners admitting to this and  ‘feeling naked’ without their devices, the opportunities for marketing through this medium has never been more advantageous. People consume content from their mobile phones almost every […]


How iBeacons will Revolutionise Mobile Engagement

by xtremepush • 19th February 2014

What its about Over 64% of adults in western countries according to a recent Nielsen report own a smart phone. Significantly, globally smart phone penetration is forecast to more than double to 5.6 billion Smartphone subscriptions by the end of 2019. iBeacon technology pinpoints where a customer is with precise accuracy down to a meter. […]