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  • That’s 65,000 days. Or said another way, 3 million consumers have been provided 30 minutes extra time in their favorite app.
  • Slide 4:Total number of conversions overall since Jan 1141,280,248Total number of user sessions since Jan 1 - 25,534,165,117 ----Tapjoy works with the most advertisers to bring the most options to our users. We want to give the users the choice from the largest selection of apps and products to try out. You can see this via our reach & engagement: over 25Billion user sessions touching Tapjoy since Jan 1 
  •  Slide 3:engagement- % return users30% of Tapjoy users re-engage with applications they found through Tapjoy. ----discuss that given the choice users have with Tapjoy, you can see they're more interested and more engaged. We see a 30% return rate with users who discover apps through Tapjoy. These users like to choose what apps to try and what apps to engage with.
  • Need a slide 6 that speaks to the number in the first column. It’s a3x delta, and 3x delta in different offers.We’re not spoonfeed. The more choice thjeir given, the more apps they download. Really slide 5 should 4.2 and 1.6 and the othercolumn should be available ads. (available choices)And then new slide 6, which shows that the average revneu generated per user is higher on android. ($1.17 $0.24)Slide 2: Offers on iOS vs. Offers on Android (June)*avg # offers taken per user ----discuss the difference between an open platform and not open platform with regards to amount of choice a user has, and their subsequent engagement. users on Android are more engaged (higher avg. # offers taken per user on Android vs. iOS) and this reflects that there's more choice on Android and thus more engagement. Less choice on iOS, less engagement    
  • Need a slide 6 that speaks to the number in the first column. It’s a3x delta, and 3x delta in different offers.We’re not spoonfeed. The more choice thjeir given, the more apps they download. Really slide 5 should 4.2 and 1.6 and the othercolumn should be available ads. (available choices)And then new slide 6, which shows that the average revneu generated per user is higher on android. ($1.17 $0.24)Slide 2: Offers on iOS vs. Offers on Android (June)*avg # offers taken per user ----discuss the difference between an open platform and not open platform with regards to amount of choice a user has, and their subsequent engagement. users on Android are more engaged (higher avg. # offers taken per user on Android vs. iOS) and this reflects that there's more choice on Android and thus more engagement. Less choice on iOS, less engagement    
  • And then slide 7, about consuemrs should have choice, the point that matters is that Tj believe sthefuture is about open marketpalces, regardless of hardware, cosnuerms get same level of access to not only apps but ads that allow them to engage in those apps. Inspriration without being cheesy. Consider: an image with a real hand and an exte3nded finger about to tap an offer, ad for kayak.com, an engagement ad to isntall and do your first search, but there are other ads to choose from around that on the wall, in an HTML5 browser. With high quality brands in the offerwall (see media kit).
  • Mobile beat presentation mihir shah_final

    1. 1. MobileBEAT<br />July 12 - 13, 2011 <br />San Francisco<br />
    2. 2. 180 Years<br />Ad-Funded Engagement Since Jan 1<br />
    3. 3. Consumers Want Choice<br />25,534,165,117<br />141,280,248<br />User Sessions <br />Total Conversions<br />* since Jan 1, 2011 <br />Feb<br />Mar<br />Apr<br />May<br />Jun<br />Jul<br />Jan 2011<br />
    4. 4. User Choice Drives Re-engagement<br />Users who re-engage with applications discovered through Tapjoy: <br />30%<br />
    5. 5. Consumer Choice Drives Consumer Engagement<br />
    6. 6. Consumer Engagement Drives Revenue <br />
    7. 7. Consumers Should Have Choice<br />Engage in one of the ads <br />below to earn Buoys<br />Engage in one of the ads <br />below to earn Buoys<br />Engage in one of the ads <br />below to earn Buoys<br />Kayak Pro <br />Search for flights and earn63 Buoys<br />Kayak Pro <br />Search for flights and earn63 Buoys<br />Kayak Pro <br />Search for flights and earn63 Buoys<br />Groupon Deals <br />Earn74 Buoys<br />Groupon Deals <br />Earn74 Buoys<br />Groupon Deals <br />Earn74 Buoys<br />Sign Up For Netflix<br />Earn3018 Buoys<br />Sign Up For Netflix<br />Earn3018 Buoys<br />Sign Up For Netflix<br />Earn3018 Buoys<br />Fandango Movie Tix<br />Earn59 Buoys<br />Fandango Movie Tix<br />Earn59 Buoys<br />Fandango Movie Tix<br />Earn59 Buoys<br />

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