‘What the ‘new mobile display ecosystem’ means for publishers’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog
Ornaith Killen says, “The New Mobile Display Ecosystem report, published by Econsultancy in association with OpenX, explores the latest trends in mobile advertising and looks at what the future might hold.
The report, which includes insights from more than 20 industry leaders, explores the impact of increasingly mobile-centric consumer behaviour on different stakeholders within the marketplace.
This article is focused on how publishers need to adapt to the rise of mobile.
For many traditional publishers, moving from print to desktop was a challenge. Migrating to an ever more complex landscape is equally challenging, but can be as richly rewarding for the companies that do it right”.
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