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Welcome to FWM Digital Bytes, where we discuss all the biggest digital marketing and digital media news. This week our post focuses on Groupon’s new platform ‘Gnome’, Adidas’ service that allows you to customise your footwear with Instagram photos and EE’s campaign for the World Cup. Groupon unveils Gnome that redeems purchased offers Groupon has […]
Bacardi has teamed up with Tiger Tiger bar chain owner Novus Leisure to trial a mobile in-bar promotion, as the drinks manufacturer looks to strengthen its CRM offering.
Fast Web Media has helped in the build of a new online and smartphone app to help Carling launch their new drink, Carling Zest.
Danish lager brand Carlsberg has launched a Euro 2012 news and entertainment mobile app as part of its sponsorship of the football tournament.