[Webinar] How to Prepare for the 2017 Holiday Shopping Season on Mobile: Tuesday, June 27 at 10:00 a.m. PST
Mobile has transformed how consumers shop, and spend.
2016 saw record-breaking mobile engagement as Black Friday 2016 became the first ever $1 billion mobile shopping day in US history. Now, the 2017 holiday season is poised to break that 2016 record yet again. So as retailers begin to plan their 2017 holiday campaigns, mobile should be the highest priority. That’s why we’ve partnered with Pinterest and Wayfair to bring you the industry’s leading app strategies to succeed this holiday season.
Join us on Tuesday, June 27 at 10:00 a.m. PST to unlock key insights into retail apps’ best practices to capitalize on holiday spending. We’ll also discuss:
The rise of the mobile shopper and what to expect in the 2017 holiday season
How top global retailers used apps to take advantage of Singles Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday
Best-in-class mobile tactics you can apply to enhance the omnichannel experience
How to reach holiday shoppers across all stages of the shopping experience through Pinterest’s retail ad solutions
Wayfair’s best practices on increasing installs of their mobile app using Promoted App Pins
Our analysts will be answering attendee questions, so come prepared.
Register now to save your spot. (Space is limited!)
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Retail Vertical Strategy Lead
SVP Research & Analysis
Business Analyst – App Acquisition
App Annie Moderator
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