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2013-01-25 23:03:18

Winner submitted over 1500 different printed catalog covers to win $1,000 prize LAWRENCEVILLE, GA (PRWEB) January 25, 2013 While some view the printed catalog as a dinosaur lumbering quietly into extinction, retailers have reinvented the catalog shopping experience to amplify their overall sales strategy. NewPoint Media Group, publishers of The Real Estate Book, Mature Living Choices, Senior Living Choices, New Homes & Ideas, New Home Journal, and New Home Finder, among other titles,...

2013-01-04 05:04:35

Metrics Showcase Difference of Tablet Shopping vs. Traditional E-Commerce. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 03, 2013 CoffeeTable, the top-ranked catalog shopping app for the iPad®, iPad Mini®, and iPhone®, saw its digital catalogs skyrocket in usage during the holiday shopping period. The app experienced three times the engagement with brand partners through its targeted holiday initiatives, including the launch of its new loyalty rewards program. On December 7, CoffeeTable...

2012-09-06 23:00:23

Popular Tablet Shopping App Updated with New Features and Cross-Platform Publishing San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 05, 2012 Catalogue by TheFind, the world´s most recognized and popular tablet shopping app for print catalogs, has now become a page-turning, cross-platform publishing sensation thanks to some significant upgrades. Available for Apple´s iPad, Amazon´s Kindle Fire!, Android large format smartphones and tablets, as well as the web with HTML5, and the imminent...

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