Engagement is great, but nothing warms the cockles of marketer hearts more than conversions. A new Marin Software report shows that is now happening.
In fact, smartphones and tablets now account for 30 percent of conversions on Google and 35 percent of them on Facebook.
As mobile adoption grows, smartphones and tablets are taking more prominent roles in the customer buying journey. A new report by Marin Software, a provider of a leading cross-channel performance advertising cloud, reveals smartphones and tablets comprise about one third of ad conversions on Google and Facebook. The rise in ad conversions on mobile devices suggests consumers are becoming increasingly more comfortable using smartphones and tablets to complete online transactions.
Posted in Announcements, Marketing Strategy, Mobile Advertising, Mobile Devices, Mobile Marketing, News, Platforms, Smartphones, Tablet Devices, Technology
Marchex Inc., a mobile advertising technology company, has now launched “Real-Time Call DNA,” a big development in its call analytics platform.
“For the first time, advertisers will be able to visually map, analyze, and measure what happens inside a phone conversation after a consumer calls their business – without recording any of the actual dialogue,” notes the company’s formal announcement. “The technology solves a major blind spot for enterprise-level advertisers in industries such as health care, financial services, and insurance, which have struggled for years to better understand large volumes of inbound consumer phone calls coming from click-to-call ads.”
Posted in Marketing Strategy, Mobile Advertising, Platforms, Technology
Amobee, an innovative industry leader in the world of digital marketing, is drawing praise in response to the company’s latest offering.
In fact, one of the most noteworthy marketing products launched this year is Amobee 3D, which provides full-sensory, interactive, multimedia marketing designed to allow consumers to experience a brand on a whole new level.
“Today’s consumers live in a multi-screen world, and with Amobee 3D we strive to make the ad experience as fun and engaging as possible,” said Gil Sheinfeld, CTO of Amobee. “Amobee 3D technology is… going to change the way brands interact with consumers in a very real and authentic way.”
Posted in Announcements, Marketing Strategy, Mobile Advertising, Mobile Devices, Mobile Marketing, News, Platforms, Smartphones, Technology
In a recent Q&A session with Opera Mediaworks Chief Executive Mahi De Silva, a bold prediction was shared with the mobile advertising world.
Facebook’s potential to surpass Google in Mobile Advertising was not only discussed it was all but directly predicted.
Currently, Opera Mediaworks owns 17% of global mobile display advertising and is on track to double their revenues when all is said and done for 2014. The point? This company understands mobile advertising.
Posted in Announcements, Mobile Advertising, Mobile Advertising Campaigns, Mobile Marketing, Mobile Social, News, Platforms, Predictions
While most brands and businesses are investing some portion of their marketing budgets into mobile advertising, many are still searching for ways in which in-app advertising fits into the picture.
At present, it’s clear who finds the most apparent benefit from utilizing in app ads. And that’s the makers of mobile apps.
In a recent analysis performed by IDC, it was found that between 60 to 75 percent of all in-app advertising is for other mobile apps.
Posted in Developer, Marketing Strategy, Mobile Apps, Mobile Devices, Platforms, Smartphones
This week, our sister site mHealthWatch brought the world of wearables up to speed on a major developing story.
Rumor has it that Microsoft is about to get a leg — or, perhaps, wrist — up on Apple in the wearables market.
Although Apple unveiled its first smartwatch called Apple Watch last month at its high-profile media event, we are still months away from product launch.
Posted in mHealth, Mobile Devices, News, Platforms, Rumors, Technology
Looking for breaking news?
You’re most likely to be doing it mobile.
That’s in line with a recent study by the Newspaper Association of America (NAA). Conducted by comScore, the study showed that 80 percent of U.S. adult internet users accessed digital news content.
When it comes to unique visitors, the digital newspaper audience came in at 164 million this past August—an 18 percent YOY increase.
Posted in Announcements, Mobile Devices, News, Platforms, Smartphones, Tablet Devices, Technology