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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The Smartphone Usage and Behaviour report from Kantar IMRB & MMA (Apr-Jun 2017) shows that time-spent on smartphones jumped 6% over the previous quarter. Strong demand for messaging services, social media platforms, and entertainment apps helped to drive the expansion of mobile internet usage. Data usage goes up even after free mobile-data offers are discontinued showing data usage is habit forming.
As media spend in China continues to shift from traditional to digital at a rapid pace, marketers are focusing on how to connect with consumers in an ever-changing online world. To help marketers understand the characteristics of effective mobile campaigns, Kantar Millward Brown partnered with the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) on the 2016 Smarties™ Awards to understand the drivers that make for truly compelling, powerful and award-winning work.
The rise in consumer adoption of smartphones in Asia Pacific presents numerous opportunities for marketers to create impactful mobile campaigns that resonate with their audiences. Kantar Millward Brown partnered with the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) on the 2016 Smarties™ Awards to examine the drivers that make for truly compelling, powerful and award-winning work in the region.
Today over 85% of the urban Indian population owns a mobile phone, While smartphones get most of the attention, 56% of this user base actually users feature phones. There are many ‘myths’ associated with & feature phone consumers. The most common among these being
Mobile has had an outsize influence on the way consumers interact with each other and with brands, make decisions, transact and shop. This has significantly impacted the way companies and brands connect with their consumers and do business, and marketers need to keep a continuous pulse on the way consumers interact with and use their mobile phones. The Smartphone Usage and Behaviour report provides an unbiased and insightful view on the evolution of mobile usage In India.
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Download the report to see 1200 interviews with Millenials, Gen Y, Gen X and Boomers on mobile usage in Brazil.
Customers use their phones to manage almost everything in their lives — and that includes the way they shop. They expect brands to engage with them personally through their mobile devices — and these interactions drive their decisions in store. Retailers and brands that are slow to meet these customer needs might find themselves on the wrong side of the path to purchase.
Download the paper to understand the five questions brands need to successfully address to drive engagement of the mobile shopper.
Mobile engagement is the act of engaging a user through available messaging channels inside and outside of an app. Companies use mobile engagement to deliver positive brand experiences, support their business goals and build valuable, long-term relationships. Engagement typically starts the moment a user downloads your app. Showing users your app’s value from the very beginning is essential to building a long-term relationship that keeps them coming back.