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How Can You Help the Brands You Love?

Most brands have an expectation of how their products will be displayed in stores. They create guides for stores to follow but have no way of ensuring their products are set up as intended everywhere they’re sold. No way of knowing, until now. You (and Mobee) give these brands the ability to be in multiple places at once. The ability to see where improvements …

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What Happens with Your Refused Mission Results?

Mystery shopping is a great way to earn money in your spare time. Unfortunately, not every Mission that is submitted will be approved by our validation team. All of the answers, photos, and other requirements are an integral part of each Mission and help us determine if the submission is what our clients are looking for. Each Mission is viewed …

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The Scavenger Hunt Across the City

This is a guest post written by one of our Mobee Bees, Shushmita Hoque.  I’m not really much of a writer. In fact, the last time I remember writing anything like this was probably back in high school. When Mobee gave me the opportunity to write a post,  I couldn’t resist. I first started using Mobee as a way to …

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How I Turn Everyday Errands Into Extra Cash

This is a guest article by Caryn Purdy, one of our Mobee users I am not a professional “couponer” by any means, but I do know it’s never enough for me to just save money on groceries and household goods. I’m a self-employed, single mom and I have a few favorite apps that have made shopping a pleasant and profitable …

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How Has Mystery Shopping Evolved Over Time?

According to the MSPA: “Mystery shopping has been a standard business practice used as far back as the early 1940s when retail became a major force in the U.S. economy. Since then it has evolved as a tool used externally by market research companies and watchdog organizations, and internally by companies themselves.” Companies originally used mystery shopping to determine their initial customer …

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The Ever-Changing World of Retail

Retail now, and in the past has always been a very fast-paced, and “cut-throat” industry. It has narrow sales margins driven by sales volume and shopper frequency. What has changed about retails new economy is the number of options available to us as consumers. For brands to remain on top they must ensure their products, prices, and shopper experiences are superior …