With the deadline for submissions fast approaching, time is running out to feature your company in our inaugural Mobile Vendor Reader Survey.
With over 400 entries so far, competition is tight across the 23 categories which have been designed to reward technology vendors and agencies at the cutting edge of delivering solutions, services, content and technology to help marketers engage and interact with their customers on a mobile device.
Categories include: Data, Engagement, Analytics, AR/VR, Location, Display, Content, M-Commerce, Agency, Call Tracking and more.
The deadline for entries is this Friday (December 2). After which we will collate and check all entries with reader voting opening on Monday, December 5.
Winners will be voted for exclusively by the 850,000 monthly readers across ClickZ and Search Engine Watch.
All submissions will feature on the survey and will also be included in the summary report which will be published in February.
Here are just some of the 400 that have already submitted:
|Acceleration Partners||July Systems|
|Bing Ads||OmnicomMedia Group|
|BKA Content||Oracle Marketing Cloud|
|Caliber Media Group||PulseTV|
|Centerline Digital||Rabbit Digital|
|ClickTicker, LTD||RevenueWire Inc.|
|dooble digital marketing||SIM Partners|
|eBiz ROI, Inc.||Supreme Media SAS|
|Emma||Swirl Networks, Inc.|
|Glass Frog Digital||TechWyse|
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