2010 – the year for Mobile!<br />A4expo Europe, Munich 2010<br />Nicky Iapino – Digital marketing consultant<br />
Contents<br /><ul><li>Background – biog Nicky Iapino
UK affiliate market
The Mobile Internet – why does this time feel different
Research on mobile growth
How iPhone is changing the way we interact with mobile
Performance marketing on mobile!
Brief case study and theory
Summary</li></li></ul><li>Background – biog Nicky Iapino<br /><ul><li>I worked in affiliate/performance space for over 10 ...
Commission Junction – US network.  Launched the European operation
COO role with UK affiliates – merged this business with Webgravity
Launched affilinet – established a niche business model “quality over quantity” Took over as AdLINK UK Group MD in 2007
Worked with some of the top UK advertisers – Barclaycard, Vodafone, eBay, O2, M&S in a total of over 500 programs
Real passion for Performance marketing
One time award presented at the a4u awards in 2008 for Excellence in the sector
Currently working on a project for BBC.CO.UK
Non exec positions at Propel London and RO-EYE</li></li></ul><li>UK affiliate market<br />In 2008, an estimated £227m was ...
“Where will affiliate/performance growth come from next year”?<br />“Will it be mobile”?!?!<br />
Why is the tech change in mobile different?<br /><ul><li>It’s ramping faster (based on user growth) than any other cycle
It’s BIGGER based on opportunity
It’s global, and every region brings something to the party based on it’s mobile connectivity/ wants/ needs/ income level
The US has grabbed the leadership after ignoring mobile for more than a decade – thanks to the likes of Google, Apple, Ama...
A host of relatively young, but seasoned, technology veterans are part of this cycle. They are engaged and they all have s...
New computing cycle characteristics<br /><ul><li>Reduce usage friction via better processing power + improved user interfa...
Computing growth drivers over time, 1960 – 2020</li></ul>More than Just Phones<br />SmartphoneKindleTabletMP3Cell phone / ...
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  • We have watched these tech transformation’s before, but some things seem a bit different with the mobile internet!!Make no mistake, Apple (and other’s) are not just trying to upset the mobile phone market. THEY ARE transforming how:COMMUNICATION WORKSNEWS AND ENTERTAINMENT ARE DISTRIBUTEDGOODS AND SERVICES ARE PURCHASEDANDHOW WE CONTROL ALL THIS STUFF FROM A DEVICE WE CAN HOLD IN OUR HAND AND POP IN OUR POCKETS OR HANDBAGS
  • This slide demonstrates the all the computing cycles and from the Mainframe is 1970 to the mobile Internet today. The difference in units is obvious by the arrow in the graph – this is because systems and connections are improving so with mobile, handsets are easier to access and network distribution is better.There are 10 times the amount of mobile phone units than there are desktop units!!!
  • Mary Meeker starts at 5:40
  • Doodle Jump was downloaded already 4 million times. Multiply with 0,79 Euro is 3.160.00 EURO!!!!
  • Doodle Jump was downloaded already 4 million times. Multiply with 0,79 Euro is 3.160.00 EURO!!!!
  • Nicky Iapino - Going Mobile

    1. 1. 2010 – the year for Mobile!<br />A4expo Europe, Munich 2010<br />Nicky Iapino – Digital marketing consultant<br />
    2. 2. Contents<br /><ul><li>Background – biog Nicky Iapino
    3. 3. UK affiliate market
    4. 4. The Mobile Internet – why does this time feel different
    5. 5. Research on mobile growth
    6. 6. How iPhone is changing the way we interact with mobile
    7. 7. Performance marketing on mobile!
    8. 8. Brief case study and theory
    9. 9. Summary</li></li></ul><li>Background – biog Nicky Iapino<br /><ul><li>I worked in affiliate/performance space for over 10 years – helped define the sector and convinced many blue chip companies to adopt affiliate as part of their online strategy
    10. 10. Commission Junction – US network. Launched the European operation
    11. 11. COO role with UK affiliates – merged this business with Webgravity
    12. 12. Launched affilinet – established a niche business model “quality over quantity” Took over as AdLINK UK Group MD in 2007
    13. 13. Worked with some of the top UK advertisers – Barclaycard, Vodafone, eBay, O2, M&S in a total of over 500 programs
    14. 14. Real passion for Performance marketing
    15. 15. One time award presented at the a4u awards in 2008 for Excellence in the sector
    16. 16. Currently working on a project for BBC.CO.UK
    17. 17. Non exec positions at Propel London and RO-EYE</li></li></ul><li>UK affiliate market<br />In 2008, an estimated £227m was paid in commissions and fees to affiliates and networks!<br />Source: econsultancy – affiliate marketing buyers guide 2009<br />
    18. 18. “Where will affiliate/performance growth come from next year”?<br />“Will it be mobile”?!?!<br />
    19. 19. Why is the tech change in mobile different?<br /><ul><li>It’s ramping faster (based on user growth) than any other cycle
    20. 20. It’s BIGGER based on opportunity
    21. 21. It’s global, and every region brings something to the party based on it’s mobile connectivity/ wants/ needs/ income level
    22. 22. The US has grabbed the leadership after ignoring mobile for more than a decade – thanks to the likes of Google, Apple, Amazon – including a lot of start-up’s and Silicon Valley is hotting up again
    23. 23. A host of relatively young, but seasoned, technology veterans are part of this cycle. They are engaged and they all have something to prove. This includes, both experienced leaders like Steve Jobs and next generation new kids on the block like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg</li></li></ul><li>Technology cycles tend to last ten years<br />MainframeComputing 1960s<br />MiniComputing 1970s<br />PersonalComputing 1980s<br />Desktop InternetComputing 1990s<br />Mobile InternetComputing 2000s<br />><br />><br />><br />><br />
    24. 24. New computing cycle characteristics<br /><ul><li>Reduce usage friction via better processing power + improved user interface + smaller form factor + lower prices + expanded services = 10x more devices
    25. 25. Computing growth drivers over time, 1960 – 2020</li></ul>More than Just Phones<br />SmartphoneKindleTabletMP3Cell phone / PDACar Electronics GPS, ABS, A/VMobile VideoHome EntertainmentGamesWireless Home Appliances<br />Source: ITU, Mark Lipacis, Morgan Stanley Research<br />
    26. 26. Mobile Internet vs desktop Internet adoption<br />“Mobile is ramping faster than desktop Internet did and will be bigger”<br /><ul><li>5 Trends converging:</li></ul> 1/ 3G - The 3G adoption is hitting inflection points<br /> 2/ Social Networking - Consumers want to connect via wired + wireless Internet<br /> 3/ Video - Consumers want to find, select, watch Video via wired and wireless Internet<br /> 4/ VoIP - Consumers want to chat (via Voice + Messaging + Video) via wired + wireless Internet<br /> 5/ Impressive Mobile Devices - Apple’s iPhone + iTouch + App Store launches over the past 2.5 years created the spark for Mobile Internet. Liftoff as Microsoft’s launch of Windows 3.0 did for the PC in 1990 and the Netscape Browser (and its IPO) did for the desktop Internet in 1995<br />“Regarding pace of change, users will likely connect to the Internet via mobile devices rather than desktop PCs within 5 years”<br />
    27. 27. Mobile phone usage is about data, not voice <br /><ul><li>Average cell phone = 70% voice vs iPhone = 45% voice
    28. 28. Daily usage breakdown, % of Time Spent on Each Activity:Average US cell phone user iPhone User 40 minutes per day 60 Minutes Per Day</li></ul>Source: iSuppli ConsumerTrak survey, 10/08, Morgan Stanley Research<br />
    29. 29. Mobile takeaways for Western Europe<br /><ul><li>Mobile search advertising revenues in Western Europe will grow from 39 million Euros in 2008 to 2.3 billion Euros in 2013, representing a compound annual growth rate of 125.4 %
    30. 30. Mobile display ad revenues will grow from 14 million Euros in 2008 to 1.1 billion Euros in 2013, a 138.3 % CAGR
    31. 31. Western Europe leads the United States in adoption and monetization of mobile local media, primarily due to the greater number of mobile handsets in the region — 499 million in 2008, compared with 266 million in the United States
    32. 32. In addition to more mobile subscribers, the rapid proliferation of smartphones is helping drive growth in mobile advertising
    33. 33. The number of smartphones in Western Europe will grow at a 35.7 % CAGR during the forecast period, from 32 million in 2008 to 149 million in 2013</li></ul>Source: THE KELSEY GROUP’S ANNUAL FORECAST; WESTERN EUROPE MOBILE SEARCH AND DISPLAY 2008 – 2013<br />
    34. 34. Mobile Internet advertising spend 2004 - 2013<br /><ul><li>Mobile Internet advertising market by country in US $ millions</li></ul>Source: PriceWatersCoopers LLP, Wilkofsky Gruen Associates<br />
    35. 35. Western Europe Mobile display ad revenues 2008 – 2013<br /><ul><li>The countries included: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK</li></ul>Source: THE KELSEY GROUP’S ANNUAL FORECAST; WESTERN EUROPE MOBILE SEARCH AND DISPLAY 2008 – 2013<br />
    36. 36. Western Europe Mobile search ad revenues 2008 – 2013<br /><ul><li>The countries included: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK</li></ul>Source: THE KELSEY GROUP’S ANNUAL FORECAST; WESTERN EUROPE MOBILE SEARCH AND DISPLAY 2008 – 2013<br />
    37. 37. Wired Internet advertising spend<br /><ul><li>Wired Internet advertising market by component in US$ millions
    38. 38. Wired Internet advertising market growth by component in %</li></ul> Note: Western Europe including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and UK<br />jjjj<br />Source: PriceWatersCoopers LLP, Wilkofsky Gruen Associates<br />
    39. 39. Mary Meeker<br />Managing Director Morgan Stanley<br />"Talking mobile“<br />
    40. 40. “How iPhone is changing the way <br />we interact with mobile”<br />Ringtones - "the only revenue for a long time"!<br />
    41. 41. How I use my iPhone<br />
    42. 42. How I use my iPhone<br />
    43. 43. Performance Marketing on Mobile!<br /><ul><li>Education! Many Advertiser’s do not understand the potential for mobile and have not equipped their business for the change in user behavior
    44. 44. Some CPA trials had been done already, but due to lack of understanding on the Advertiser’s part, these trials have failed!
    45. 45. Mobile is important, but a learning process has to take place – a change in payment model for example – cost per call and cost per lead models??
    46. 46. Even with CPC and CPL there are very few Advertisers with m-commerce sites/apps, so this will take time and work to build. But an Advertiser doesn’t necessarily need a full m-commerce page to engage customers
    47. 47. There are no budget or commercial barriers – pay for performance
    48. 48. A re-education of the market and understanding of engagement needs to be realized
    49. 49. I decided to do a very basic case study to test whether mobile converts</li></li></ul><li>Case Study - Vodafone<br /><ul><li>Used Purely mobile traffic to drive calls to Vodafone call centre
    50. 50. Traffic methods used:
    51. 51. Mobile Advertising networks
    52. 52. Paid search
    53. 53. Handset specific targeting
    54. 54. Built mobile pages on behalf of Vodafone that were user friendly for all type handsets and that would drive a clear call to action (example included overleaf)
    55. 55. Tracked all activity through unique telephone number’s and tried 3 different campaign types to compare activity</li></li></ul><li>Case Study - Vodafone<br />Example landing page<br />
    56. 56. News Flash!!!!<br />Apple patents “iTravel”, a mobile booking and ticketless check-in App for iPhone!!<br /> Apple has filed a patent for a travel app called iTravel that books flights, hotels and car reservations, as well as providing ticketless check-in using Near Field Communications (NFC), a short-range wireless technology.<br /> Apple has already indicated its interest in the ticketing space by filing a patent for "Concert Ticket +", an event ticketing system linked to iTunes. But this is the first indication that the company is actively looking to target the travel vertical.<br />Mobile Times<br />
    57. 57. Summary<br /><ul><li>If you are not already thinking mobile, you should be!
    58. 58. Mobile is ramping faster than the Internet ever did
    59. 59. Performance on the Internet represents around 10% of online advertising spend, mobile will follow this trend as a minimum
    60. 60. Tests have shown mobile converts traffic to customers</li></ul> “Mobile performance ad revenues will grow from 1,4 million Euros in 2008 to >110 million Euros in 2013, a 138.3 % CAGR in Western Europe”<br />
    61. 61. Thank you!<br />Nicky Iapino – Digital marketing consultant<br />E-mail : niapino@gmail.com<br />Mobile : +44 (0) 7841 143 243<br />Skype : belfastnicky<br />Twitter : belfastnicky<br />LinkedIn : http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/nicky-iapino/2/50/3a3<br />
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