Mobile Wallet Marketing Made Easy
About This Show
2016 WAS the "Year of Mobile" and 2017 is going to be even better, since it will be the year that you learn how to make money using mobile advertising and mobile marketing -
Now that mobile has overtaken desktop for search, email and shopping, isn't it time that you got off your duff and put your business advertising and marketing plans on #MobileFirst?
Each episode features simple ideas that will help you grow your sales and revenue, and put a mobile forward spin on your marketing and advertising.
If you're looking for real growth and an expanded bottom line, you can't afford to miss this show!
Most Recent Episode
What’s New in Podcasting Trends – Episode 43
4 days ago
Sometimes podcasting trends aren’t very exciting.
So, here we are, right around the midway point in the year, and it’s been somewhat exciting for podcast hosts, although as usual, it’s very much up and down. We’re going to recap some podcasting trends and talk about what’s next.
It’s hard to say what’s really exciting in podcasting trends, after all we are talking basic blocking and tackling for the most part, unless we’re discussing the crazy stats for S-Town – 40 million downloads in the first month alone.
Quick marketing plug that’s not about podcasting trends –
We also want to remind you that one of our older episodes – 10 – is our original “Marketing Podcasts with Mobile Wallets” episode, and it’s got a wealth of ideas and great stuff in there that you can use to determine how, when, where and why to set up mobile campaigns to help grow your listener base.
[LISTEN: Marketing Podcasts with Mobile Wallets – Episode 10]
If you’re trying to grow your user base, this is a great episode to check out. If you rely on ad dollars to pay your bills, you’re probably less concerned with podcasting trends than you are with revenue and getting more advertisers on board with your show.
iTunes. Always a quandary, never a solution.
Upwards of 85% of most podcast listens are on iTunes – anyone not using iTunes as an option is probably kidding themselves -or maybe they’re using a deceptive system to bu