The MMA’s groundbreaking SMoX Study (Cross Marketing Effectiveness) provides brand marketers, for the very first time, empirical evidence on the impact of mobile in the marketing mix and answers three critical questions:
- Can mobile help brands meet their marketing goals across the purchase funnel?
- What is the optimal mobile allocation for my campaign?
- How can I make my mobile investment work harder?
- Performance and attribution of video, audio, social, native, location and other mobile vehicles as well as the impact of creative.
We have currently completed SMoX studies measuring brand impact and sales with Walmart, MasterCard, AT&T and The Coca-Cola Company. Additional studies are currently in market and will eventually provide insights from around the world including China, Brazil, Turkey, UK and other markets.
MMA SMoX Insights
This E-news series provides ongoing analysis of the SMoX Studies allowing us to deliver even deeper insights for the attendees from our roadshows and in-office presentations. Interested in having the MMA present to your team? Contact Sheryl.Daija[at]mmaglobal[dot]com
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Mobile Marketing Association
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Aug 14th, 2015 Press Release
March 17th, 2015 Press Release
The Mobile Marketing Association would like to thank the marketers at AT&T, Coca-Cola, MasterCard and WalMart. Thank you to the Industry Partners, including the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), The Advertising Research Foundation (ARF), The American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA) and Media Link. Thank you to the study supporters Vodafone, The Weather Channel, Pandora, inmobi, xAd, Tremor Video, Turkcell, Facebook, Millennial Media, Verve, Urban Airship, Weve, Yahoo!, Videology, Twitter, Meredith, MXM, AT&T Adworks, Avea, Hello World. Thank you the research partners Marketing Evolution and Millward Brown Digital.