The Third Screen: Marketing to Your Customers in a World Gone Mobile

The Third Screen Marketing to Your Customers in a World Gone Mobile Chuck Martin takes readers on a journey from the creation of the first screen to the revolutionary third Martin describes the cultural and social changes incurred by the first screen the television an

  • Title: The Third Screen: Marketing to Your Customers in a World Gone Mobile
  • Author: Chuck Martin
  • ISBN: 9781857885644
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chuck Martin takes readers on a journey from the creation of the first screen to the revolutionary third Martin describes the cultural and social changes incurred by the first screen the television and the second screen the personal computer , opening up his discussion of how the third screen the mobile device is redefining the role of the consumer.

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    1. On 22 April 2014, there was a seminar lead by Chuck Martin in Sheraton Hotel, about smart phones and their use, and it was remarkable! What made it more so is that Mr. Martin gave me an autographed copy of this book to read and review. From one reader to another thank you Chuck!The book talks about the power of smartphones and how they became the leading force behind our markets today.

    2. The Third Screen: Marketing to Your Customers in a World Gone Mobile by Chuck Martin was chosen by Soundview Executive Book Summaries as one of the Top 30 Business Books of 2011E SOUNDVIEW REVIEW:Author and self-proclaimed “mobile evangelist” Chuck Martin feels that we are in the midst of the biggest technical revolution in human history. In The Third Screen: Marketing to Your Customers In a World Gone Mobile, Martin helps readers capitalize on the technology that dominates the daily existen [...]

    3. This is another book that I would have given five stars if I had read it when it was first published. That said, Chuck Martin provides a lot of great information on mobile marketing. Many of the things that he was talking about in 2011 are just beginning to be used today on a regular basis. This is a must read for any mobile marketer.

    4. As writers on the subject of mobile go, this is the one to read. Speaks exclusively about mobile, as it says it does, so this is a good place to start to understand how mobile fits for companies and consumes alike.

    5. Pablum and hype written to make a buck off a trend. Oversimplified to the nth degree. There are so many really intriguing questions about the mobile device world, and the author passed by every single one of them.

    6. its a good reference book for anyone wanting to know about marketing on the mobile platform in a generic way. some examples make the overall understanding easier. but as times are changing very rapidly, to that extent this book is a bit dated

    7. This book focused a lot more on tactics large companies were using so it wasn't that helpful for my very small business's needs. However I didn't want to hold that against it in my rating. It was to-the-point in its coverage of trends and tactics and very readable.

    8. Includes research, (company) best practices as well as insights for marketers to consider. Written by the Mobile Future Institute so keep that inherent bias present when reading the book.

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