Author Archives: Alex Wood
StrikeAd, a mobile advertising specialist, today announced a new White Paper which sets out to explain what is often thought of as the ‘black art’ of ad tracking information which is passed through app stores. Continue reading
SpyderLynk, a marketing technology company and creator of SnapTag, today announced the launch of Snap-to-Buy, the first-to-market mobile commerce solution that closes the loop for publishers and advertisers, allowing them to take traditional media right to the intersection of social, mobile and, now, m-commerce. Continue reading
Leiki, a provider of targeted advertising and content delivery, is now offering its services on all of the Top 5 sites in Finland. Each of these sites has unique weekly visitors in the range of 1.5 to 2.8 million, with weekly page views from 30M to 100M per site.
Leiki’s Finnish customer base includes both of the national tabloids, the three biggest TV broadcasters and the largest morning newspaper in addition to several dozen smaller sites. Continue reading
Adfonic, a global mobile advertising marketplace, has launched new local operations in Singapore and San Francisco.
The marketplace is currently driving over 8 billion and 12 billion ad requests in Asia-Pacific and the US respectively.
The onslaught against QR codes from press releases fired our way the continues to surprise us at Gomo.
Augmented reality (AR) has become the futuristic media of the moment, but many consumers, including young, tech-savvy Millennials, are having a hard time figuring it out. In fact, only 11% of high schoolers and collegians have ever used an AR app. Continue reading
Fiksu, a mobile app marketing agency, just released it’s latest round of data on iOS app downloads and user acquisitions. This most recent survey covers December and the important Christmas period, when many received new smartphones. Continue reading
Here’s your Tuesday round-up of the hottest mobile marketing stories from across the globe.
In this edition we look at Forrester’s mobile marketing company rankings, McDonalds geotargeting, marketers not getting mobile and more… Continue reading
Sponsormob, a mobile advertising solutions provider, is now offering mobile Click-to-Call to advertisers in the United States through a strategic partnership with RingRevenue, a provider of call performance marketing in North America. Continue reading
According to research from YouGov, an online market research consultancy, British consumers’ reluctance to queue means retailers are not only losing almost 21 million potential customers to sell to every year, but some of those customers are potentially lost for good, as they turn elsewhere to purchase goods.
YouGov conducted a study based on a hypothetical scenario in which consumers were asked questions that involved queuing. Adults on YouGov’s UK online panel were asked questions to understand if queues restrict retailers from making sales. A further objective of the study was to determine how consumers expect retailers to reduce queue times. Continue reading
Jays, a Swedish headphone manufacturer, has signed a joint promotional agreement with Samsung, commencing in February 2012.
The Swedish headphone manufacturer has long had a strong presence in Asia and the new partnership with Samsung will give Jays a further boost in South Korea. Continue reading
Mobsmith, a turnkey mobile advertising platform for advertisers and publishers, has announced that AOL has tapped Mobsmith to drive mobile display ad sales in all AOL markets nationwide. Continue reading
Kuala Lumpur-based Pringgle Media has released iRelations 1.0, which is claims to be the ‘first relationship bank account app for iPhone’.
iRelations helps users managing and improving their relationships with people who are important to them through keeping lists – ie tabs on your mates. Continue reading
In contrast to my earlier post this week – where I called the end of QR codes, some interesting data on their use in magazine ads has been released by Nellymoser, a mobile marketing and technology company.
After analysing 164,255 glossy pages from the top 100 magazines, Nellymoser noted a 617% increase in the use of QR codes, including Microsoft Tags and barcodes between January and December 2011. Continue reading