Mobile display ad spending in South Korea tilts toward apps—but not too dramatically, according to 2015 research. eMarketer estimates that mobile ad spending overall continues to rise at robust double-digit rates.
Mobile is the most likely digital channel to see an increase in budget among marketers in Canada, according to research from December 2015. The same channel will also enjoy the largest planned increases in spending.
Two in five mobile phone internet users in Brazil take advantage of geolocation services, according to 2015 research.
Most parents in Japan say they let their kids use a smartphone at least sometimes. According to 2015 research, children use the devices most to consume visual media—and the time they spend doing so doesn’t add up to much.
Most smartphone users in Japan turn to apps for information about what’s going on in the world—at least for a few minutes a day, according to December research. Penetration is highest among men and older users.
Gabe Weiss, director and strategy lead at digital agency SapientNitro, explains what a successful retail app should offer and how retailers such as Target and Sephora are offering additional features that members want.
When online, mobile internet users in the UK are highly likely to be in an app environment. Even when they’re not online, apps account for a huge proportion of time spent with mobile media. As smartphone and tablet use becomes increasingly prevalent, app usage is seeing a massive jump, too.
Retailers increasingly offer customers mobile apps with in-store functions, and according to a September 2015 report by Poq, 71% of in-store mobile app sessions by UK users focused on the store finder.
Health and fitness have provided a key opening for wearables-makers, as internet users tend to be attracted to such devices to keep tabs on their activity levels. In the UK, mobile users are open to many applications that could prove relevant to wearables.
Mobile is coming to account for an ever-increasing proportion of programmatic digital ad spending in the UK. As with the wider programmatic landscape, an education phase is currently under way, but marketers are learning fast.
Mobile already accounts for more than half of digital ad spending in the US, and its share is growing. Topics in this webinar include: Why even though overall spending skews toward mobile, most brands don’t think they’re spending half their digital budgets on the channel; What opportunities lie in location-based marketing beyond geofencing; Why marketers need to embrace ad IDs and cut the cookie cord; Which metrics to monitor and get the most out of mobile measurement; Why creative is in crisis on mobile
The mobile audience is not homogeneous, according to November 2015 research. And the way different groups rely on their mobile devices translates to different attitudes toward ads—and apps.
Last year, fewer than half of new internet users in China accessed the web with a desktop PC. Smartphones, instead, were their device of choice.
Nearly three-quarters of retailers worldwide said they wanted their apps to offer payment security. Preventing fraud is more important for retailers than seamless ordering capabilities.
Mark Taylor, senior vice president of digital customer experience at business and technology consulting company Capgemini, talks about how consumers' expectations have changed and how marketers can create a compelling loyalty experience.
Mobile accounted for more than half of digital ad spending in 2015, and marketers continue to see increased value in mobile advertising. While there are benefits, there are challenges too, according to Q3 2015 research.
Snapchat’s audience in the US is growing and the platform can be an effective way for marketers to reach consumers, especially millennials. According to research, more US senior ad buyers are planning to begin advertising on Snapchat than other social media sites.
Many consumers are not downloading and using mobile apps because of increasing privacy and security concerns, according to 2015 research. Some have even deleted an app or stopped using it because of this issue.
Internet users in Japan have migrated a variety of activities to mobile devices as they have adopted smartphones and tablets, according to December 2015 research. One reason is the convenience of mobile access in any location.
Nearly half of US mobile users are interested in mobile-based account control for debit cards, like tools to help them control their spending and avoid fraud.