Telemedia Magazine & Charge To Mobile Review are for any business that wishes to engage and commercialize “connected consumers” using mobile devices to respond or interact with value added services, premium content and applications. We report on how carrier billing and other alternative payment platforms continue to evolve and, in partnership with Service Providers and Aggregators – form part of the “Telemedia” value chain which is typically underpinned by minutes, messages and traffic. Published in print and online; essential reading for Merchants, Media and Content Owners – who want seamless micropayment solutions and engagement tools; that can immediately convert sales across the globally expanding range of Media, Affiliate and Advertising networks.
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In this issue:
- Affiliate marketing trends 2018: building on sifting sands
- SHOW PREVIEW Affiliate World Europe 2018
- SHOW PREVIEW Affiliate Summit East NYC
- Tired of burning away $$ on fraudulent Ad spends?
- Time to get engaging
- Service provider rapid response
- From the editor: Interesting times for affiliate marketing
- Meeting the needs of the modern consumer
- Number cruncher
Charge To Mobile Review
- What do MNOs want from DCB providers – and who are the best?
- No brass, no problem
- Subscriptions: the new way to pay
- How connected payments can revolutionise your marketing strategy
- Invoices and smileys
In this issue: Carrier billing’s new dawn, hot markets: carrier billing and telemedia goes global, working on the Blockchain gang – how distributed ledgers can simplify telephony and more.
In this issue: WTM17 Marbella. from affiliate marketing tips to GDPR to OTT, strategies for mobile engagement, adding value to DCB and more.
In this issue: Preview of World Telemedia 2017 Marbella, affiliate marketing, GDPR, mobile payments, wallets, PRS, Aime and much more.
In this issue: a consumer care service to handle PRS complaints and refunds to help boost service uptake and how shoppers embrace m-payments.