Did Neiman Marcus miss the mark with its mobile banner ads? – Luxury Daily

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Cartier parades brand history through film TV debut
French jeweler Cartier yesterday broke its new film L’Odyssee de Cartier, a chronicle of the brand’s 165-year-old history, on primetime television networks.
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Did Neiman Marcus miss the mark with its mobile banner ads?
Department store chain Neiman Marcus may have missed the mark when incorporating banner ads into its mobile marketing strategy by not linking content to an optimized site.
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Trump chooses digital for Warm Your Heart promotion
Trump Hotel Collection is choosing its Web site and social media to promote its new Warm Your Heart package, a collaboration with luxury jeweler Birks at its Toronto property.
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In-stream mobile video ads generate 89pc completion rate: study
Research from mobile ad network Rhythm NewMedia shows that video content has the backbone to hold consumers’ attention.
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Dolce & Gabbana, counterfeits, Gucci and Audi – News briefs
Today in luxury marketing – Dolce & Gabbana case could set legal precedent in Italy; Feds uncover $325 million counterfeit ring; Charlotte Casiraghi named as new face of Gucci; Audi preparing RS5 touring car for Italy’s Superstars series.
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Retailers heading where audience is: eTail West panel
Executives from the mobile commerce industry took the stage at eTailWest during a March 1panel presentation titled, “A 360-degree comprehensive plan to increase sales from your mobile strategy” in Palm Springs, CA.
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Consumer 2.0: How brands and retailers must anticipate the shopper behavioral shift in five years
Most dialogue within marketers and retailers focuses on how to tap new technology and marketing to hang on to consumer relationships. What they should be discussing is the sea-change in consumer behavior expected in the next three to five years.
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