CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Although 79% of consumers find the idea of mobile ads annoying, early efforts at mobile marketing have revealed that consumers will happily engage in campaigns as long as marketers deliver valuable information or content, according to a new report released by Forrester Research here. "To avoid the perception of mobile spam, marketers must work with the unique elements of the mobile channel itself and the relevance of their message," said Christine Spivey Overby. Forrester ...

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