Customer engagement is typically the key objective for most branded, marketing-focused mobile apps. But studies have shown that levels of engagement often decrease very shortly after the first use, and once the customer is out of the habit of using the app, it can be very hard to rekindle interest.
The use of push messaging can be a great way to keep consumers engaged, or bring them back after a quiet period.
This infographic and downloadable guide give you the background, the techniques, and some case examples to help you more effectively use push messaging in your mobile app marketing.
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