Are your clients heavily invested in internet-based advertising? If so, they’ve definitely made all of their ads mobily compatible, right? … right?
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An average of 22.3% of companies’ digital advertising budget is put toward mobile in-app ads, according to a study by PubMatic. Additionally, another 22.2% is allocated toward mobile web ads. But do either of those come as a surprise to you? With how glued to our hands our mobile devices seem to be, it only makes sense that businesses should be allocating a significant amount of their digital funds to mobile advertising.
If you think that white Americans are the ones most hooked to their mobile devices, you’ve thought wrong. According to a report by Nielsen, out of white, black, Asian, and Hispanic Americans, white Americans use their smartphones the least and aren’t the top tablet users either.
Let’s tell the truth. We are a nation of screen watchers. We’re looking at our phones constantly, even when we’re watching our TVs at night.
We’ve watched mobile advertising overcome desktop and laptop advertising spend, but this year, it’s going after TV’s ad spending.
Desktop is no longer a medium that is growing in effectiveness for integrated advertising campaigns, but here's what your clients can use instead.
Click-to-call revenue is set to reach a global high of $13.7 billion within the next two years, are your clients' mobile sites and mobile search ads ready to fulfill customers' calling expectations?
Internet/online/mobile advertising revenues from the first half of 2017 were up 22.6% from that time in 2016. Here's what you can learn from those stats to plan for 2018.
With smart phone penetration expected to exceed 50% sometime next year, consumers may be spending more time using mobile online resources. Marketers are closing watching the numbers and many have begun to experiment with mobile ad campaigns. Ad spending in this format reached $416 million in 2009 according to eMarketer. But what about future spend rates? Research shops have issued significantly different projections for this format, going forward to 2014.
As more consumers use their mobile phones for everything from talking to texting, marketers sense the need to get their messages onto these devices. The Internet Advertising Bureau, earlier this year, projected a 2010 spending level of $593 million for mobile media with total spending in 2013 to reach $1.450 billion.