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TechBytes with Greg Wester, CMO at Mobile Posse (now part of Digital Turbine)

Hi Greg, Mobile is the most addictive device ever-made by humans. What makes mobile commerce so effective in retaining its audience? “The winners in mobile have always been those that create ‘frictionless’ experiences. Removing the obstacles from getting the things we want - be it commerce (Amazon), food (Grubhub) or a taxi (Uber) - has become a societal trend and changed how we live our lives day to day. Previously, commerce was a scheduled, time-oriented activity, but mobile has allowed shopping to become a behavior to…

Interview with Greg Wester, CMO, Mobile Posse

"A better content experience would be one that greatly simplifies the process of finding and presenting content, rather than forcing the user to go search for it." Tell us about your role at Mobile Posse and the team/technology you handle. I’m the CMO at Mobile Posse; in this role, my team’s primary focus area is Content Marketing, and, in particular, thought leadership and original research on how people use their mobile phones. There’s a ton of research on what apps are used, but none on the actual phone experience…

Mobile Posse Appoints Steven McCord as CTO

Supporting Growing Demand for Firstly Mobile Platform Mobile Posse, the technology innovator that turns telecom companies into mobile media leaders, announced Steven McCord has been appointed its Chief Technology Officer. McCord will oversee the company’s engineering, development, project management and quality assurance teams. In particular, McCord will help Mobile Posse double down on its recently announced Firstly Mobile offering, a next-gen content discovery platform that creates native device experiences to make the…

Firstly Mobile Brings Frictionless Content to Telecom Companies

Mobile Posse’s Solution Empowers Carriers and OEMs to Create New Revenue Streams Mobile Posse, the technology innovator that turns telecom companies into mobile media leaders, announced the release of Firstly Mobile. Firstly Mobile, the company’s latest next-gen content discovery platform, creates a smarter smartphone experience for consumers, a safer brand experience for advertisers and a bigger revenue opportunity for carriers and OEMs. Firstly Mobile consists of the Firstly Mobile Platform for carriers and OEMs and…

Mobile Posse Expands HQ; Names Steve Drill as CTO

Mobile Posse Appoints Noted Software Development Leader Steve Drill as CTO to Transform and Inspire the Engineering Team Mobile Posse, the leading platform for creating frictionless content experiences on smartphones, announced the expansion of its Arlington headquarters at One Ballston Plaza to a new 18,000 square foot space, which is triple the size of its former office. Mobile Posse also announced the appointment of Steve Drill as Chief Technology Officer. The move comes on the heels of Mobile Posse’s announcement that…

Ringing The Bells On Mobile Marketing

The Smartphone in Your Hand, a Tiny Device at Glance, Holds Major Significance in Terms of Marketing. How? MTS Got the Experts to Answer That Question 'The Most Significant Gap in Mobile Today Is the Performance Marketing Category' Michael Jaconi - CEO, Button: In the marketing tech world, I still think that mobile is a tremendously underserved category. As the gap between time and money spent on mobile continues to close, I believe we’ll see transactional revenue streams emerge as more and more important than the…

TechBytes with Adrian Velthuis, Chief Revenue Officer, Mobile Posse

Adrian Velthuis Chief Revenue Officer, Mobile Posse The last couple of years have presented more questions than solutions for marketers hoping to cash in on the audiences that are glued to their mobile phones. How does one make subtle suggestions, target the right crowd, speak up through the noise and most importantly, compete with giants like Facebook and Google.  Adrian Velthuis, Chief Revenue Officer at Mobile Posse puts those doubts to rest.MTS: Tell us about your role at Mobile Posse and the team you handle.…