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  • Layar 3: 2016 1.2B vehicles, 6B mobile phones; 44B mobile app downloadsResulting in 53.63B Places, accessed by more than 4B users and 110B media impressions
  • Layar 1: Would represent current state of the nation-2011. Include Foursquare, Facebook, Google, Gowalla, Yelp, etc. We should maybe have the logos of these 5 on the map as well?Total of 102 Million Places, accessed by 231 Million Users, resulting in over 1.3 billion media impressions annually
  • Layar 2: 2013 Add 350K WiFi hotspots, 1.5M billboards, 6M Digital Screens, 2.3B TV sets.Total: of 2.43B Places, accessed by 1.1B users, resulting in more than 27.2B media impressions
  • Finally, we get to a world with more than 53 Billion places, accessed by more than 4 Billion consumers. All of this means more than 110 Billion ad impressions. As marketers, I implore you to think about the possibilities before you. To think about how we can begin integrate this media. To not only jump on the opportunities before us now, but to accept that Geo is dead, and to leverage the power of a location that has no bounds.
  • Now from a retailers’ perspective this is not all roses! Someone, not me came of with this rather clever explanation of it.
  • Orange have unveiled ‘Quick Tap Treats’ the UK’s first mobile contactless retail reward scheme in partnership with EAT restaurant chain which allows around 200,000 customers with NFC enabled handsets to tap their phones on NFC enabled posters  to play a game and receive a free treat each day.
  • Domino’s Pizza has launched an augmented reality initiative, using Blippar, at more than 6,000 sites across Britain enabling consumers to download deals, get the Domino’s mobile ordering app and become a Facebook fan through their smartphone. Planned by Arena Media and Posterscope
  • Domino’s Pizza has launched an augmented reality initiative, using Blippar, at more than 6,000 sites across Britain enabling consumers to download deals, get the Domino’s mobile ordering app and become a Facebook fan through their smartphone. Planned by Arena Media and Posterscope
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  • Domino’s Pizza has launched an augmented reality initiative, using Blippar, at more than 6,000 sites across Britain enabling consumers to download deals, get the Domino’s mobile ordering app and become a Facebook fan through their smartphone. Planned by Arena Media and Posterscope
  • If you visit a Barnes & Noble retail store with your Nook Color in tow, you'll have free access to the Mighty Eagle character. Apparently this system isn't GPS-based, as we first thought (so good luck spoofing it), but is triggered when your Android connects to B&N's internal WiFi network. Once the app senses the connection, it will unlock the Mighty Eagle while you're on the network. We don't know if this will be the case for future Magic Places, but in this case, unlocked content goes away when you leave the defined zone.
  • Domino’s Pizza has launched an augmented reality initiative, using Blippar, at more than 6,000 sites across Britain enabling consumers to download deals, get the Domino’s mobile ordering app and become a Facebook fan through their smartphone. Planned by Arena Media and Posterscope
  • Location says I’m Here. Social says: I’m Listening7-Eleven is continuing to strengthen its position in the mobile marketing space via a new initiative that not only drives consumers to its locations to find their favorite Slurpee flavor, but also incorporates rewards and sweepstakes to sweeten the deal.The company is running an interactive mobile campaign within Pandora’s iPhone application.
  • All our products and propositions are built on what our research insight tells us. We’ve found people find mobile easy to use, and quite cool.Keeping customers trust and privacy is vital for our business and we’ve seen 91% of people said they were positive about receiving 3rd party messages via O2Making sure we deliver relevant messages is key for us to keeping a positive brand experience with those people receiving location based messages
  • Recently I was in Las Vegas and walking down Las Vegas Blvd. Now I don’t the name of every big hotel on the strip, and when I saw this huge Eiffel Tower out in front of one of them I wondered which place this was. I took out my Nexus One and snapped a picture with Google Goggles. Google Goggles is an application available for Android. It leverages the camera, GPS, cloud and connectivity– and supercharges the definition of “search” on your mobile phone.Bam! It instantly pulls up the landmark and is smart enough to know that I’m not in France. It tells me that this is the Paris Hotel and Casino!
  • Now from a retailers’ perspective this is not all roses! Someone, not me came of with this rather clever explanation of it.