$100+ billion to be spent in 2016 for Mobile Ads

eMarketer have claimed that mobile ad spending will rise above $100 in 2016 and will account for more than 50% of all digital ads.

As the number of consumers with mobile smartphone devices
continues to rise (especially in developing markets), Marketers are naturally following with mobile advertising dollars.

With no surprise, U.S. and China are driving the early growth but by 2018, it is predicted Brazil and Indonesia will jump significantly in the mobile ad market spend.

For more detailed information, please visit eMarketer

eMarketer’s mobile ad spending chart
eMarketer’s mobile ad spending chart

76% of Brand Marketers Recognise benefits of programmatic

An interesting survey recently commissioned by the IAB found that 76% of brand marketers consider programmatic buying as
important but surprisingly, only 27% of them are actually purchasing ads programmatically in the mobile space.

Of those brand marketers that do actively use programmatic
methods, overall 87% say they are happy with the performance of their mobile ads. Furthermore, 14% say their marketing budgets for mobile advertising is expected to increase by more than 50% over the next two years.

For more detailed information, please visit DMNews

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April 2015 Promotion
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