Mobile Marketing
Outline
• Overview
• Statistics
• Carriers
• Pricing
• Examples
• Trends
Mobile Overview
Mobile Site vs. PC site
Mobile Websites
Mobile User Behavior

•There are currently over 250 million mobile phone users
in the U.S., while there are 218 million In...
Mobile User Behavior
•Currently,   16% of mobile users use mobile banking
services

•9.2
   million US mobile subscribers ...
Mobile Ads
•23% (58 million) of US mobile subscribers say they’ve
been exposed to advertising on their phones in the last
...
Sources:
• AdAge Digital Marketing & Media Fact Pack 2007
• “Millions Take Part in Mobile Commerce, But Security Concerns ...
Text Ads
Why Mobile Hasn’t Fully
Caught On
• Users are skeptical

• Complex process for carriers to
 implement mobile programs
Pricing
Examples of What’s Being
Done in the Marketplace
Microsoft
•Allows users to track the status of their packages
                  on their mobile devices




•Mobile Coupons
GPS-enabled Initiatives
Mobile-based store locator makes it easy to find the
nearest latte
Zipcode-based mobile weather channel
Successful Mobile Campaigns
Coupon   Mobile Format
Print   Mobile
International Mobile Trends
Europe & Asia have already made use
of this technology

They have capitalized on the
advanced ...
International Mobile Trends
Europe & Asia have already made use
of this technology

They have capitalized on the
advanced ...
QR Codes
Is this the next mobile
trend?
What are
QR Codes
Exactly?
Barriers to Adoption
Future Outlook
How to Effectively Utilize Mobile
Marketing:

Capitalize on the Impulse

Make it Interactive

Make Consumers’ Lives Easier...
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Mobile Marketing

  1. 1. Mobile Marketing
  2. 2. Outline • Overview • Statistics • Carriers • Pricing • Examples • Trends
  3. 3. Mobile Overview
  4. 4. Mobile Site vs. PC site
  5. 5. Mobile Websites
  6. 6. Mobile User Behavior •There are currently over 250 million mobile phone users in the U.S., while there are 218 million Internet users •43% of mobile users think mobile Internet is useful •40 million mobile users (18+) say they’re interested in mobile email services •Inpractice, 23% feel accessing Internet from their phone is an enjoyable experience, while 74% found the browser
  7. 7. Mobile User Behavior •Currently, 16% of mobile users use mobile banking services •9.2 million US mobile subscribers have purchased goods using their handsets, and half of all mobile data users expect to do so in the future •6.5 million mobile users had used text messaging to make a purchase
  8. 8. Mobile Ads •23% (58 million) of US mobile subscribers say they’ve been exposed to advertising on their phones in the last 30 days •Of those who did, half (28 million), responded to a mobile ad •14% said they’re already open to mobile ads so long as it’s relevant to their interests •1/3 are OK with seeing ads as long as the spots offset their mobile bills (say via free minutes)
  9. 9. Sources: • AdAge Digital Marketing & Media Fact Pack 2007 • “Millions Take Part in Mobile Commerce, But Security Concerns Hinder More”, eMarketer, June 26, 2008 • “Mobile Ad Spending Projected to Top $19B b 2012” By Mark Walsh, MediaPostPublications,Thursday, March • “mobL marketN upd*” - By Kenneth Hein, Brandweek Magazine27, 2008 • “Research Brief: 20 Million Mobile Subsribers Responded to At Least One Mobile Ad” - MediaPost’s Digital Out-of-Home Forum • “Slave To Technology” By Eletheria Parpis, AdWeek • “So Just What Is Mobile Marketing?” AdAge Digital Issue • “Three in Ten Mobile Users Recall Seeing Mobile Ads” MediaBuyerPlanner, Jan 18, 2009 • “Top 20 Countries with the Highest Number of Internet Users”, Internet World Stats • “US Mobile Marketing: Easier Done Than Said” By Peter Kim • “Young Adults Influenced By Mobile Ads, Spreading the Word by Handset” -eMarketer, June 26, 2008
  10. 10. Text Ads
  11. 11. Why Mobile Hasn’t Fully Caught On • Users are skeptical • Complex process for carriers to implement mobile programs
  12. 12. Pricing
  13. 13. Examples of What’s Being Done in the Marketplace
  14. 14. Microsoft
  15. 15. •Allows users to track the status of their packages on their mobile devices •Mobile Coupons
  16. 16. GPS-enabled Initiatives
  17. 17. Mobile-based store locator makes it easy to find the nearest latte
  18. 18. Zipcode-based mobile weather channel
  19. 19. Successful Mobile Campaigns
  20. 20. Coupon Mobile Format
  21. 21. Print Mobile
  22. 22. International Mobile Trends Europe & Asia have already made use of this technology They have capitalized on the advanced capabilities of their mobile phones, including: TV, email, music, internet, books, GPS, Radio, built-in Credit Card, Prepaid Public Transportation, Function as front-door keys in some buildings, and QR Code Readers
  23. 23. International Mobile Trends Europe & Asia have already made use of this technology They have capitalized on the advanced capabilities of their mobile phones, including: TV, email, music, internet, books, GPS, Radio, built-in Credit Card, Prepaid Public Transportation, Function as front-door keys in some buildings, and QR Code Readers
  24. 24. QR Codes Is this the next mobile trend?
  25. 25. What are QR Codes Exactly?
  26. 26. Barriers to Adoption
  27. 27. Future Outlook
  28. 28. How to Effectively Utilize Mobile Marketing: Capitalize on the Impulse Make it Interactive Make Consumers’ Lives Easier Create a Better User Experience

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