Mobile Library

Cross-Device Advertising: How to Navigate Mobile Marketing's Next Big Opportunity October, 2014
Criteo

Cross-device advertising is here. Are you prepared? Of the world’s 7 billion people, 4.55 billion will use mobile phones this year, according to eMarketer. Tablet use is also on the rise, with 147.2 million U.S. consumers using tablets in 2014, up from 132.2 million in 2013. In fact, worldwide sales of all devices—tablets, PCs and smartphones—will hit 2.4 billion units this year, according to a recent Gartner report. More than a third of U.S. consumers now own one of each mobile device—laptop, smartphone and tablet—according to the Deloitte Digital Democracy Survey. This white paper will address a number of areas of concern to marketers looking to successfully create and execute cross-device advertising strategies that work.


 

Q1 2014 Global Video Index May, 2014
Ooyala

Ooyala’s Q1 2014 Global Video Index illustrates the mobile viewing trend and more, crunching billions of bits of multi-screen video data from the first quarter of a year that will continue to see online video set new records.


 

Brand Building on Mobile Devices June, 2013
Fiksu

Fiksu's research organization, Fiksu Performance Labs, recently conducted some analysis to help marketers understand the impact that mobile app advertising can have compared to more traditional channels.


 

A Look Across Screens June, 2013
Nielsen

Both smartphones and tablets offer mobility of content; video content as well as at-our-fingertips access to
news, information, sports scores, social networking and shopping. In the spectrum of evolving media, nothing is growing faster than the adoption of portable devices or the consumption of content on these devices. Smartphones and tablets have revolutionized our ability to be connected


 

In-app ads: How to get 20% engagement and 2000% higher click-through August, 2012
MediaBrix

MediaBrix, the app ad company, ran a survey to discover what people like and don’t like about advertising in apps: Facebook apps as well as mobile apps.


 

State of Mobile Advertising August, 2012
Velti

Based on past iPhone releases, Velti predicts that within 6 months, iPhone 5 will drive over 25% of all iPhone impressions, and its release will result in a major upgrade cycle. Velti believes that the iPhone 5 will be adopted more quickly than the iPhone 4S and it will become one of the top 5 devices on the exchange within the next 6 months.


 

OOYALA: Global Video Index Report July, 2012
OOYALA

OOYALA powers online video for more than 1,000 customers and reach viewers in every corner of the world, from Argentina to Zimbabwe. This report reveals insight into video views on PCs, smartphones, tablets and smart TVs.


 

Velti Survey Shows “Smartphone Gap” in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election July, 2012
Velti

The survey findings reveal that there is a 'Smartphone Gap', a strong correlation between smartphone user demographics and voter preference. Smartphone owners' are becoming an entirely new demographic that presidential candidates need to take into consideration. There is a huge opportunity for candidates to sway voters through mobile, as it's personal, targetable and flexible.


 

Global AdMetrics Report April, 2012
Adfonic

The Adfonic reports are based on tens of billions of ad requests processed monthly by the Adfonic marketplace. The Q2 2012 report draws from analysis of thousands of mobile advertising campaigns, spanning almost fifteen thousand mobile sites and apps.


 

2012 Mobile Future in Focus February, 2012
comScore

This report examines the mobile and connected device landscape across the mobile markets measured by comScore – primarily the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, and Canada – through an exploration of dominant themes in smartphone adoption growth, mobile media use in areas such as social networking and retail, platform ecosystem dynamics, and shifts in multi-device digital media consumption.


 

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