While nearly three-fourths of these apps provided reservations capabilities, most other mobile features were in use by less than half of properties.
Making reservations was the most common feature on existing mobile apps employed by hotels, used by 72%.
Mobile commerce sales are on the rise, and mobile owners spent $4.7 billion on retail goods during the second quarter.
Younger coupon users are more likely than their older counterparts to obtain coupons through social and mobile channels.
One-quarter of US moms saying they used daily deal sites, vs. 14% of adults in general.
15% of LGBT smartphone owners and the same percentage of tablet owners purchased hotels via their respective devices in the preceding three months.
38.2% of US internet users subscribed to at least one daily deal in March 2013, down from 45.3% in September 2011.
Three out of five respondents accessed the internet on a mobile phone, and 22% used a tablet.
For overall Facebook ads served by industry, sports cost by far and away the most, at a CPM of $9.08.
General retail and telecommunications had the most success generating page “likes,” at a rate of 0.11% and 0.10%, respectively.