Mobile technology has already fundamentally transformed personal communications, but with mobile becoming ever more ubiquitous, driving increased social media activity and allowing digital communications channels to be accessible on the move, it is having a huge impact on how organisations, businesses and brands talk to customers. A mobile strategy is now an essential part of the digital marketing toolbox. Gain a solid understanding of the mobile marketing landscape, examine the sector’s rapid evolution and consider current and future trends. Focusing on practical skills, cutting-edge case studies and hands-on exercises, you will leave with a thorough knowledge of the technologies and terminology of mobile and best practice guidelines.

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Our student online learning system provides learning support for students studying all CIM, UCI Digital courses, Oxcom Digital Marketing and ISM courses. You will be given access to recorded classes, live and recorded webinars, podcasts, course notes as well as reading resources, examples and analysis of exam questions and videos provided by The Oxford Learning Lab.