Connelly, James
January 2014
Campaign;1/10/2014, p30
Trade Publication
The article forecasts the advances in mobile technology and its implications for mobile advertising in 2014. Topics discussed include the author's definition of mobile marketing, the author's assertion that smart business will adopt mobile first before other platforms and social networking site Facebook's success in expanding its mobile advertising business.


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