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Click To Call Only Works on Your Mobile Device

Hey, if you clicked this button from your laptop or PC…it won’t work. Don’t feel bad, it took me almost 2 days to figure that out while I was building this site! Click to Call is for mobile users only. (how rude!)…you can still reach us by dialing: (404) 860-1333 or using our Handy Dandy Click to Contact...
Mobile Marketing Trends

Mobile Marketing Trends

(CNN) — Like all online businesses, the marketing industry is being radically changed by the creeping ubiquity of mobile devices. This shift to the smaller screen will inevitably have profound implications on both global marketing companies like WPP and Omnicom as well as on Internet companies like Google and Facebook whose revenue is mostly derived from online advertising. It was no surprise, therefore, that one of the major themes his weekend at Stream, the annual WPP “unconference” about digital advertising and marketing, was the growing importance of mobile. Held each September in the delightful Greek seaside resort of Marathon, Stream is distinguished by the audience-generated content from the 400 entrepreneurs, and advertising and marketing executives invited to the event. Talks by participants this year at Stream thus had titles like “Monetizing social discussion,” “Banners are dead,” “Mobile payments At scale,” “Who will own your mobile wallet” and “Unlocking $50 billion in digital brand spend.” Yet for all the talk about mobile, Stream was, in part, characterized by a deep uncertainty about its impact on the industry. As Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP’s long-time CEO, said in response to a question about whether Facebook can successfully monetize mobile technology: “We don’t know the answer.” But I had a simpler question for the Stream attendees that I met in Marathon over the weekend. Is it possible, I asked, that the digital marketing industry could be destroyed by mobile? Could the shift to smaller screens actually kill online marketing? Advertising and the economy “The small screen will disrupt but not kill the advertising industry,” Jeff Pulver, a serial American internet entrepreneur and a...