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60% of Respondents Would Avoid Mobile Payments, Survey Finds.

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHits We’re always hearing updates on the mobile commerce industry, but the technology has yet to take off in the mainstream, and if the results of a new survey are anything to go by, companies are going to have to do a lot of work to convince consumers to make the switch

 
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From Twitter to toilet: Now you can wipe with your favorite tweets. Genius.

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHits Most of the tweets you read on Twitter are forgettable, at best. Some of them are pure gold and worth memorializing in some fashion. But how? A favorite? A retweet? Via thenextweb.com

 
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Apple CEO Tim Cook Tours Foxconn iPhone Production Facility in China

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHits Following his appearance at the Xidan Joy City retail store in Beijing and meetings with Chinese government officials earlier this week, Bloomberg now reports that Apple CEO Tim Cook has also toured a new iPhone production facility in Zhengzhou, China. Via www.macrumors.com

 
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Top B2B Firms Gaining 230% More Leads via Social Media Than Peers

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHits Best-in-Class B2B companies generate on average 17% of their leads from social media channels, roughly 230% more marketing-generated leads than other companies (5%), according to a new report by Aberdeen Group, which examines the social marketing strategies of top-performing B2B companies. Via www.marketingprofs.com

 
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Google Unveils Self Driving Car Of The Future

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHits After originally announcing their self-driving car project in 2010 and doing numerous tests and experiments since then, Google has made real progress in making the project a reality. With more than 200,000 miles of computer-led driving completed since then, the company has shared a preview video highlighting their progress so far

 
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