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mobile marketing and how it differs from non-mobile in a digital world

This week we look at mobile marketing and how it differs from non-mobile in a digital world. Like all of the other digital tools we have been studying as part of reaching digital marketing objectives, mobile has its pros and its cons. Have a look at the following mobile case studies: 1-Emirates NBD fitness tracker: 2-Verizon cell tower: 3-Australia mobile test drives: answer the following questions using the readings and your own research: 1-What are the goals behind mobile marketing? 2-How do the three examples above meet or not meet digital marketing goals? 3-Find an example of a company or brand using a mobile and a website for different purposes and explain why they are using these tools tools this way?
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