The Doogee phone brand is becoming quite prolific on Chinese wholesale websites. Over the last few weeks I have had a chance to test three different models: the Doogee Turbo, the Doogee Pixels and the Doogee Valencia. I have now managed to get hold of a Doogee Dagger DG550. It is a 5.5 inch, 1.7 Ghz octa-core smartphone with a 13MP camera and 16GB of storage.
Currently on shelf, the December 2014 issue of Food & Home Entertaining magazine is lights, camera, action! Connecting the online and offline worlds of its readers, Caxton Magazines added Layar Augmented Reality to the magazine's content.
Issued by Digital Narrative 27 Nov 2014 09:44
In a recent article (The proof is in the omni-channel experience this festive season) Lynette Hundermark laments the fact "that most retailers are not leveraging the power of mobile phones to aid the consumer on their path to purchase." While this may be true in part, one reason why retailers don't all have a mobile, or even an omni-channel presence, may be because of the cost.
Issued by PriceCheck 26 Nov 2014 11:43
Issued by Vserv 25 Nov 2014 13:14
The South African market recently saw groundbreaking innovation from the popular Shield deodorant brand as it gave away free talk time to consumers.
Issued by Justpalm 21 Nov 2014 08:08
"Just on two million South African consumers now have Augmented Reality on their smart- phones through the MyVodacom app..."
Issued by Integrat 20 Nov 2014 10:04
With more active and engaged cellphone users in this country today than ever before, a smart mobile marketing campaign is the most effective way to market your company, brand and service this holiday season. It's direct, interactive and far cheaper than traditional marketing campaigns that often result in a 'hit and miss' approach.
Issued by Channel Mobile 7 Nov 2014 09:53
Shopping. It used to be simple and straightforward for South African consumers. A shopping spree involved travelling to a store or mall, looking at products, making a decision and then making a purchase. Possibly some time was spent perusing sales material in local newspapers or magazines beforehand, and you might have asked for some input from friends and family about the item to be purchased - the basic process was well established. But the digital revolution has changed the way South Africans shop and a primary example of this is the impact of the mobile phone.
The world's most innovative market research conference is coming to Africa in November. Cape Town will play host to the inaugural Market Research in the Mobile World (MRMW) Africa conference on 5 and 6 November. TNS will have a strong voice in discussing the latest mobile market research innovations, along with other market leaders.
Issued by TNS South Africa 28 Oct 2014 11:01
South African companies looking for ways to lower their carbon footprint and save money in the process, can score quick wins by digitising their invoices, statements and payslips.
Issued by Cellfind 27 Oct 2014 09:52
Local premium mobile advertising network, Vicinity Media, has announced a partnership with a leading global research house to flight a test mobile research campaign investigating the social grants sector in the Eastern Cape, Western Cape and KZN. Capitalising on its technology, the explosion of mobile ownership and the ability to directly reach location-specific individuals in real time, Vicinity Media is set to revitalise the field of mobile marketing and research in South Africa.
Issued by Vicinity Media 23 Oct 2014 10:44
Spur, the South African-based family restaurant and steakhouse chain, may have a relatively small physical footprint in the UK but it is punching above its weight in terms of digital strategy. Although the chain has only eight locations, you'd think it has many more based on its Google My Business Locations presence.
Issued by Business Positioning Systems 22 Oct 2014 11:36
We get bombarded with false promises and claims every day. We receive SMSes about 0% interest loans and tons of spam mail about our Irish lottery winnings worth millions of pounds. It is no wonder that people automatically switch off when they hear about the "next big thing that will change your life".
For five years Business Positioning Systems (BPS) has operated across a range of location-based mobile media. Now after a venture capital deal, the company has spun out its mobile advertising arm, allowing BPS to focus on its core competency in the local search arena.
Issued by Business Positioning Systems 21 Oct 2014 10:59
Increased smartphone penetration offers significant mobile brand advertising opportunities
Issued by Exponential 20 Oct 2014 09:25