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4 ways to avoid the risks of responsive design – Mobile Marketer

4 ways to avoid the risks of responsive design 
While responsive design can be a great tool for retailers and ecommerce brands looking to reach mobile users, more marketers are finding out the hard way that it can actually hurt Web site performance and sales.
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Furniture retailers shrug off geofencing, prefer mobile Web over apps
PHILADELPHIA – Furniture retailers Lovesac, Design Within Reach and Steelcase as well as organization solutions provider The Container Store see online research and store location information as their customers’ primary mobile needs and are therefore investing in mobile sites over applications.
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Musicnotes.com builds mobile success via minimum viable product testing
Musicnotes.com, a leading digital sheet music retailer and publisher, continues to surpass download milestones by establishing and delivering personalized, relevant content on its mobile applications.
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Hertz app blends travel planner, GPS to enhance rental experience
Hertz, moving to create a more seamless experience for rental-car customers, has rolled out a free mobile application that integrates a travel planner and location technology to let drivers browse information about millions of United States destinations and sync trip plans with an in-car GPS system.
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Real-estate pros should leverage mobile to build local presence: report
Real estate professionals need to leverage mobile to reach customers with locally focused information that can tip the balance toward a sale, according to a report by Homes.com and ForRent Media Solutions.
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Univision station in Seattle streamlines job-hunting with mobile platform
Seattle’s Univision Spanish-language station, KUNS-TV, is taking some of the tension out of job hunting and recruiting by using a mobile, bilingual jobs platform that integrates key parts of the process to match employers with hourly workers.
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