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Mobile video ads are becoming more and more popular with 61% of German users already consuming videos on their smartphones. In the early days we saw spots, produced for TV also running on desktop or mobile phones. Thank goodness this isn’t the case anymore for most video ads, and many advertisers and agencies have understood to treat online and mobile channels differently. However, there are still many pitfalls and challenges for creators and brands when producing content for mobile devices. And we still see many videos which do not yet conform to the latest best practices.

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October, 2020
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The Mind the Gap Report shines a light on changes in the media landscape in Germany between 2012 and 2020, contrasting Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X and Baby-boomers’ media behaviour. It is a good starting point from which to inform advertisers where they should prioritise and focus their experiments and learning agendas; to ensurebrands are more consumer-centric, and to give them the best opportunity to find new customers and grow their business.

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October, 2020
The State of the Industry: 2020 Mobile Marketing in APAC

Mobile has consistently been an effective marketing channel in Asia Pacific (APAC) and is playing a pivotal role in shaping the future of modern marketing. The onset of COVID-19 has pushed it further into the spotlight as people turn to mobile applications for relevant healthcare information, entertainment and staying connected with loved ones. This has reaffirmed the importance of mobile marketing, which is further exemplified by a rising number of companies investing in mobile platforms to target their customers.

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October, 2020

The report includes insights on the impact of mobile in the industry, mobile marketing & its types and techniques, insights on mobile budgets & effectiveness in the industry. The report showcases how mobile has been resilient despite budget constraints during the pandemic & mobile video being a significant marketing activity for most.

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October, 2020
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The global pandemic has set off a chain reaction of shocks – from digital surge to brand loyalty shocks. Retail leaders navigating this time of exceptional uncertainly need steady focus to manage current challenges. In the future operating models and capabilities, that allow agility and efficiency to quickly capture pockets of growth, will be more relevant to retailers than ever before.

This report highlights how consumer are growing appetite for tech-forward experience are reshaping retail and why safety and convenience will continue to be critical.  

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September, 2020
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June, 2020
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Covid-19 has created unprecedented disruption in every aspect of life including marketing and advertising. According to a recent study 70% of buyers have already adjusted or paused their planned ad spend, while 16% is still determining what actions to take. In this document we summarize some of the Industry’s best thinking in terms of advertising in times of crisis and we try to answer the key questions that block efficient marketing decision-making right now.

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A long-time client of a leading omnichannel demand-side platform (DSP) added new partners to their media mix, which resulted in a sudden performance downturn on the DSP’s existing campaigns. The client’s marketing manager consulted the DSP’s analysts and expressed concerns over traffic pattern anomalies, such as high click-to-install ratios and abnormal time-to-install outliers, amongst the new partners. The DSP suspected that the new partners were stealing conversions not only from their campaigns but also organic installs. This was in spite of the advertiser having their current mobile
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April, 2020
A major mobile app gaming company with hundreds of titles in the top charts became concerned after seeing abnormal performance in some of their campaigns. High click-throughrates and low user quality raised concerns about possible ad fraud that their own tools weren’t correctly detecting. They hoped to mitigate fraudulent tra!c to get cleaner data, which would allow them to strengthen their campaigns and improve return on ad spend (ROAS).
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A worldwide telecommunications and financial wire service company was concerned about performance anomalies in their mobile app acquisition campaigns. Certain key performance indicators (KPIs) seemed over inflated, and post-install engagement with important conversion events was less than desirable. For the marketing team, understanding their true return on ad spend (ROAS) was elusive and they were deeply concerned about ad fraud.
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For the first time ever, CPG campaign data from three major US brands has been used to test the principle of recency, which proposes that digital advertisements are most effective right before a consumer is about to buy a product.

Joel Rubinson, MMA’s attribution SME & former Chief Research Officer at the Advertising Research Foundation, Nielsen Catalina Solutions, and Viant partnered to test this theory against three ad campaigns for three popular CPG brands.

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March, 2020
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MMA India with GroupM, a media investment group, has released the much anticipated Mobile Marketing Ecosystem Report (MMER) 2020.

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The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) Indonesia, released the inaugural Indonesia Mobile Ecosystem Report 2019, following the successful launch of the Mobile Ecosystem Report published in Vietnam and India. 
 

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December, 2019
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  • Mobile Ad Fraud is amongst the top three challenges facing Vietnamese advertisers, who think they are not spending enough to combat the problem compared to the industry average.
  • The main cause is believed to be the lack of disincentives and penalties against the problem, as well as the lack of transparency due to the complex web of middlemen.
  • Vietnamese advertisers believe that they are most vulnerable towards traffic fraud whilst some claim to have been to be able to eliminate ad fraud of such categories.
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December, 2019
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