4 Trends That Continue to Define Mobile App Advertising

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Mobile users today have literally millions of apps available from which to choose. This means app marketers are facing a two-fold challenge: Make users aware of the existence of their app in a crowded marketplace and convey the unique value it can provide users before a competitor manages to do the same. Where there’s fierce competition, there’s innovation. The mobile app advertising industry is no exception here; savvy marketers are harnessing emerging technology to drive high-quality installs that lead to further engagement. Here are four trends that continue to define…

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Mobile ad relevance doubles engagement rates

Mobile Ad Relevance Doubles Engagement

A new Verve study has shown that relevance plays a vital role in smartphone advertising success. Mobile ad relevance to a consumer can drive twice as much engagement as a generic advertisement, says a new Verve study. Ads that make reference to a consumer’s location or interests encourage far greater response. The survey involved the participation of 2,000 adults throughout the United Kingdom. Location based mobile marketing platform, Verve, conducted the research about mobile ad relevance. Fifty six percent of respondents said they found the majority of ads they saw…

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Mobile ad reach was greater last year than ever before, Nielsen

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The results of a new data analysis indicate that more online consumers were reached in 2017 than previous years. Mobile ad reach has made massive progress in the Philippines where they made it in front of more consumers than ever before last year. The Nielsen media research firm released a report showing the mobile advertising performance outpaced other forms of digital ads. They also surpassed the total from the year before. This analysis was published in the company’s Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings Benchmarks report. That report involves an analysis of…

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Mobile holiday marketing campaigns appreciated by customers but underused by retailers

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A recent survey revealed that shoppers love these campaigns but digital marketers aren’t using them enough. The results of a new survey show mobile holiday marketing campaigns are popular and welcome among consumers. However, it also revealed that digital marketers aren’t taking full advantage of this opportunity to reach their target market at this most important time of the shopping year. The survey was conducted by YouAppi, a mobile growth marketing platform for several top brands. The firm conducted a comprehensive survey and released the results this week. It involved…

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Mobile marketing trends lead global ad spending growth

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New research has revealed that by 2019, advertisers will put more money into smartphone and tablet ads than traditional media. Mobile marketing trends are showing an extremely strong growth rate, to the point that ad spending for smartphone and mobile will soon be leading the way. This, according to a recently released forecast put out by the Zenith media measurement company. It showed that mobile ad spending will rise by $27 billion – that is, a 34 percent growth rate – this year. This suggests that this year’s mobile marketing…

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Mobile marketing spend now dominates the digital advertising sphere

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A recent IAB report showed that the 22% growth last year made smartphone advertising the top U.S. digital category. A new report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau showed that last year the mobile marketing spend was the highest category in digital advertising. In the United States, that spending rose by 22 percent in 2016, bringing the total amount to a record breaking $72.5 billion. This mobile marketing spend made 2016 into the “year of mobile” when it came to advertising. This was the first time advertising over that channel represented…

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Would you shut off mobile ad blockers if marketing was less annoying?

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Companies are hoping to tweak their advertising to convince device users not to block them out. A massive advertising trade group, ad buyer and seller coalition is building a strategy to make mobile ad blockers less popular. Based in the United States and Western Europe, the goal is to urge the industry to cease the use of annoying formats. They hope that when online and mobile advertising stops making a nuisance of itself, people will stop blocking it. The use of mobile ad blockers has become highly destructive to the…

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Asia-Pacific mobile advertising trends point to banner ads the most

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That said, ad blocking is also becoming an increasingly common practice so care is needed. Mobile advertising trends are still showing that banner ads are by far the most frequently used method, but have they outlived their time? In the Asia-Pacific region, research is showing that while banners may represent over three quarters of mobile ads device users may not even be seeing them. Ad blockers are letting smartphone users skip over a lot of the advertising that would otherwise be displayed. The effectiveness of mobile advertising trends using banner…

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Mobile ad trends include 170 percent increase in geolocation data demand

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A recent Inneractive study also revealed a 20 percent increase in CPM (cost per thousand impressions). An Inneractive mobile ad trends study measured a 170 percent increase in the demand for geolocation based data. Furthermore, it also found that the CPM is up by 20 percent in mobile marketing. This shift has made it possible for mobile ad firms to gain a range of new and useful benefits. The reason is that these mobile ad trends provide users with a more relevant, personalized and timely overall experience. This was based…

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Mobile ad spending will be greater than desktop for the first time next year

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If this ZenithOptimedia forecast is correct, it will mean this will occur a year earlier than predicted. ZenithOptimedia released a mobile ad spending report that predicts and earlier landmark than prior forecasts. This report predicts that spending on mobile ads will exceed that of desktop a year earlier. Until now, most forecasts have predicted that this milestone would be reached in 2018. Businesses will be spending a larger amount of money on ads meant for smartphones and tablets next year than they will on advertising aimed at desktop users. This…

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