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Indonesia’s Mobile Only Population and Mobile Consumer Behaviour

comScore recently announced the launch of MMX Multi-Platform, along with major upgrades to Mobile Metrix in Indonesia, with the introduction mobile consumer panel data. An analysis of the multi-platform and mobile data revealed some key findings:

  • Indonesia has a large ‘mobile only’ population, and mobile devices account for 91% of all digital minutes.
  • The mobile only trend is more pronounced among younger demographics, but two thirds of users aged 35+ use only smartphone and tablet devices to access digital content.
  • Large international mobile properties, driven especially by communication apps (including email and messaging), lead mobile time.
  • Mobile app engagement does not correlate with reach, so a detailed understanding of the app landscape is required.

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Mobile’s Hierarchy of Needs

The concept of ‘mobile first’ is no longer exclusive to technology-focused businesses and consumers, but is the default position for a growing number of internet users, who now consider smartphones and tablets essential to their daily lives.

In this report, comScore examines key mobile behaviours that have propelled it to a primary platform, using 9 global markets (USA, Canada, UK, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, China and Indonesia) to demonstrate pockets of intense usage within a mobile hierarchy of needs.

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Foot Traffic Report for the Fuel & Convenience Store Industry - Q2 2017

Cuebiq, a leading location intelligence company with the largest, most accurate location database in the U.S. and GasBuddy, the only smartphone app connecting nearly 70 million drivers with their Perfect Pit Stop, have conducted its second quarterly joint study examining foot traffic of GasBuddy users to convenience stores and gas stations across the U.S. in Q2 2017. As the first footfall trend report series in the fuel and convenience store space, the analysis exemplifies how location intelligence can help this massive and rapidly growing industry understand consumer habits and behaviors.

Foot Traffic Report for the Fuel & Convenience Store Industry - Q1 2017

Cuebiq, the largest provider of accurate and precise location data in the U.S. and GasBuddy, the only smartphone app connecting millions of drivers with their Perfect Pit Stop, have conducted a joint study examining foot traffic of GasBuddy users to convenience stores and gas stations across the U.S. in Q1 2017. As the first footfall trend report in the fuel and convenience store space, the analysis exemplifies how location intelligence can help this massive and rapidly growing industry understand consumer habits and behaviors. Leveraging Cuebiq’s proprietary intelligence platform and data collection methodology, the companies analyzed anonymous geo-behavioral patterns of GasBuddy’s app users, which allowed them to gain insights into its users’ offline behavior such as frequency of station visits, fueling patterns, how long they spend at a location and brand loyalty. Key study highlights include: - GasBuddy and Cuebiq analyzed more than 23 million consumer visits to stations and stores throughout Q1, which enabled them to understand America’s refueling behaviors. - Weekdays between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. were highly-trafficked hours in Q1.

Mobile’s Hierarchy of Needs

The concept of ‘mobile first’ is no longer exclusive to technology-focused businesses and consumers, but is the default position for a growing number of internet users, who now consider smartphones and tablets essential to their daily lives. In this report, we examine key mobile behaviours that have propelled it to a primary platform, using 9 global markets (USA, Canada, UK, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, China and Indonesia) to demonstrate pockets of intense usage within a mobile hierarchy of needs. Download the report to learn more about how you can succeed in a mobile-first world: http://www.comscore.com/Insights/Presentations-and-Whitepapers/2017/Mobi...

Think with Google - Thanksgiving and Black Friday Data Points from Google

Just published on Think with Google - Consumers Divided Their Time Between a Variety of Stores as the Holiday Season Kicked Off. Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, collectively, marked the official start of the holiday shopping season. And shoppers were gobbling up deals from a variety of retailers—both online and brick-and-mortar—as they looked to snag the season’s hottest gifts. Read more


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Think with Google - Consumer Behavior During The Holidays

Just published on Think with Google - Mobile & Retail - This is the year of the supershopper. These savvy consumers have embraced mobile shopping, are open to new brands and products, and are turning to their devices for information and inspiration. Read more.

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Hidden Secrets of Beacon Data

This PDF contains the slides from the Hidden Secrets of Beacon Data webinar, co-hosted by Reveal Mobile and The Location Based Marketing Association. We share new uses for beacons and never-before-seen data about the audiences bumping into beacons across the US. Brands will see examples of the type of audience data generated by placing beacons within retail locations. Which locations are most visited, which other places do customers visit, what other demographics can we learn? What can beacons tell us about Walmart or Target shoppers? What impact do beacons have on increasing audience data, building retargeting audiences, or driving app downloads? App publishers will hear advertising use cases leveraging both beacon-derived and location-based audience segments.

Hidden Secrets of Beacon Data

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Beacons Build Bigger Audiences - Analysis of Retail Visits at Four Carriers

It's no secret that companies, brands, and retailers are deploying beacons by the tens of thousands. The majority of the use cases we read about focus on one primary use case for beacons: the push notification. Walk in to a store, have that store's app on your phone, the app detects the beacon, the app sends you a push notification based upon that beacon bump. This type of marketing, when done right, holds big potential for mobile marketing. We believe that there's even bigger potential to use beacons for two different reasons. Retargeting Attribution Because beacons work passively in the background, they enable companies to build bigger audiences. Using lat/long to place someone at a location typically requires that person to pen their phone at that location. Even then, the accuracy is pretty poor. There's a key point here: beacons build bigger audiences than lat/long. We analyzed visitors to the retail locations of the four major mobile carriers: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. The result are pretty incredible. Verizon, which has beacons installed nationwide, builds audiences that were 200-300% larger than their peers. So what?


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Analysis of Beacons at SXSW 2016

The annual South by Southwest conference is one of the largest gatherings of technology companies in the world. This year's event ran from March 11 through March 20, with over 70,000 people in attendance. Reveal Mobile was fortunate to attend, serving as moderator for The Location Based Marketing Association's panel discussion on location-based advertising effectiveness. Locations of devices when they bumped beacons along 6th Street in Austin, TX LOCATIONS OF DEVICES WHEN THEY BUMPED BEACONS ALONG 6TH STREET IN AUSTIN, TX While we were there, we did a little poking around to see if we could detect beacons. Conference organizers deployed around 1,000 beacons in 2015. Were other companies also deploying beacons? While we did manually detect a few beacons ourselves, we let the network of apps with our mobile audience SDK inside do the heavy lifting. Because our tech sits inside a few hundred apps across the country, we should be able to detect lots of beacons at SXSW. Guess what? We did! In this report we share the number of beacons detected, how many companies we think deployed beacons, and what app publishers and advertisers should do with this kind of data.


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