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Monday, June 1, 2020

Archive for the 'Mobile Advertising' Category

Three ways AI revolutionizes mobile advertising

The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the mobile applications is going to be the biggest thing that will help brands promote themselves to a wide range of people. Today mobile advertising has came out as a separate segment that allows us to target particular groups of potential customers.Forbes contributor Andrew Arnold has highlighted how the AI is changing the mobile advertising.On ‘role of AI in increasing the ROI in mobile ads’, Arnold says, “One of the biggest selling points of “AI revolution” across multiple industries is the promise to automate and... [...]

Five strategies to boost mobile advertising

According to SmartInsights, mobile digital media time in the US is now significantly higher at 51% compared to desktop which is 42%. With such a wide adoption of mobile, it is high time marketers focus on mobile advertising.Content Marketing Institute columnist Marcia Riefer Johnston has shared five strategies to help us improve mobile advertising.Marcia says, “First things first: Ads (native or not) must stop hijacking our small screens. Melanie describes an experience we’ve all had: You’re reading on a smartphone when an ad takes over, and you can’t close it. Sometimes you get the... [...]

‘IAB: Mobile is now more than half of all digital ad revenues’ – Marketing Land

Ginny Marvin says, “Mobile is now the dominant vehicle for digital ad spend.Mobile ad revenues jumped 77 percent year over year in 2016 to account for more than half (51 percent) of all digital ad revenues for the first time, according to the IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report for Q4 and FY 2016. In Q4, mobile ad revenues drove 53 percent of all digital revenue.For the year, total US digital ad revenues rose to $72.5 billion in 2016, up 22 percent from $59.6 billion. Mobile was the key growth driver across all digital formats, including search, banner, video, social, and even digital... [...]

‘Is cost-per-offline-visit the future of mobile advertising?’ – EConsultancy

Patricio Robles says, “As more and more ad dollars shift to mobile and more and more advertisers, including struggling retailers, seek to drive foot traffic to their brick-and-mortar locations, is the time right for a cost-per-visit ad model?Location-based adtech firm xAd thinks so. xAd, which uses a proprietary platform to “[automate] geo-boundaries around key places and points of interest” and says it delivers ads to 500m users each month, recently announced a new pay-per-visit ad offering in the US that will allow advertisers to pay for ads only when they drive consumers... [...]