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    Top mobile advertising trends to watch Top mobile advertising trends to watch Presentation Transcript

    • Created By Cygnis Media http://www.cygnismedia.com/
    •  Mobile adoption is ridiculously fast  Android vs. iPhone  One-third of US adults own tablets  Tablets are the new PC  Smartphones are for shopping. Tablets are for buying  Global mobile advertising revenues are surging  Advertise locally
    •  Cellular mobile phones have distribute quicker than any customer technology in history, attaining market adulthood quicker than stereo, TV, the commercial Internet and many other devices and technology. According to Nielsen, 61% of US mobile members now own a smart phone. This pattern is not unique to the US. By the end of 2012, several marketplaces globally achieved a key landmark with over half of cell phone users in five other nations South South korea, Norwegian, Norwegian, Sydney, and the UK, having changed from feature mobile phones to smartphones.
    •  Android vs. iPhone is the topic of endless debates, studies and blog posts. Android phones have quickly gained market share in recent years and outpaced iPhone. In the US, sales of Android phones continue to lead iPhone 53% to 38% according to Comscore’s latest MobileLens study. Worldwide, Android’s dominance is even more pronounced. According to IDC, Android had more than a 70% market share as compared to 21% for iPhone. Cost effective smartphones from Huawei and ZTC have helped drive this trend in emerging markets.
    •  Tablet penetration has more than doubled since 2011. A third (34%) of adults in america now own a tablet and a greater part (56%) of them are in higher income houses. With their convenience of use and top quality customer encounters, pills are often used in individuals' houses whereas mobile phones are generally used on the go. Where mobile phones are personal, pills are public, with Forrester Research finding that 50% of tablet entrepreneurs discuss their system with loved ones.
    •  Customers are using their mobile phones and pills in a different way when it comes to purchasing. People depend on their mobile phones to help them with their purchasing and their pills for surfing around and purchasing. According to newest analysis from eMarketer, 78% of smart phone entrepreneurs store but only 39% of them buy. This is contrary to pills where 84% of entrepreneurs use them to store and 63% of them buy. Tablets are associated with greater purchase principles and they are required to generate the development of greater value “couch and pillow” business comprising 72% of Mcommerce revenue by 2016.
    •  Although promoters are still determining cellular, thankfully that income from cellular ads is increasing worldwide. A study from the Entertaining Advertising Bureau (IAB) revealed that cellular ad income around the world increased a incredible 82.8 % to $8.9 billion dollars this year from $5.3 billion dollars in 2011.  Asia-Pacific: 40.2% ($3.558 billion)  North America: 39.8% ($3.525 billion)  Western Europe: 16.9% ($1.499 billion)  Central Europe: 1.3% ($112 million)  Middle East & Africa: 1.2% ($109 million)  Latin America: 0.6% ($50 million)  Here is a breakdown by region.
    •  According to eMarketer, smart phone and product clients are most likely to simply simply click ads that are regionally appropriate. It’s essential for promoters to take benefits of the exclusive attribution of cellular such as place focusing on and extremely customized ads. Location-based focusing on will speed up as more promoters take benefits of the locative technology in many mobile phones. ”Geo-fenced” cellular ad strategies are a good starting point, providing provides only within specified areas around certain shop or neat places to see. Suppliers that want to take it a step further can use dynamically modified product data to notify clients about in-store accessibility.
    • Top Mobile Advertising Trends to WatchCreated By Cygnis Media http://www.cygnismedia.com/