Advertising | Mobile Marketing Association
Release Date: 
May, 2019

In recent years, Vietnam has become an important market for businesses. In fact, the World Bank expects the country’s GDP to grow steadily at a rate of 6-7% in 2019 and 2020.

Release Date: 
March, 2019

The increasing penetration of smartphone in Vietnam presents a wealth of opportunity for marketers to develop impactful mobile campaigns that resonate with their audiences. Kantar Millward Brown partnered with the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) on the 2016 Smarties™ Awards to understand the drivers that separate winning campaigns from the rest.

Release Date: 
January, 2017
Mobile Shopper Marketing and the Impact on the Path to Purchase
Members Only

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.

 

Release Date: 
February, 2016
Mobile: The Great Connector - Volume 2

Bridging The Digital & Physical Worlds To Boost Your Marketing Effectiveness

In Volume 2 we explore how location data and context are coming together to enhance the entire marketing cycle. The way is clear for marketers to harness mobile — and the location context data and insights it offers —to build better audience profiles and bridge the digital and physical worlds. Let this e-book be your guide to architecting the strategies that will allow you to drive positive results for your company and great experiences for your existing and new customers.

Release Date: 
February, 2016
MMA Guidance Report: Mobile Native Advertising

This Guidance Report summarizes the work the MMA Mobile Native Advertising Committee has developed over the course of the past year. It includes the definitions, formats, research on effectiveness and then concludes that certain basic, best practices can go a long way towards improving the efficacy of all the MMA mobile native ad formats. MMA Mobile Native Advertising Committee members have collaborated to share their learnings on what makes a native ad fit in with a publisher’s environment, and yet stand out to a user.

Release Date: 
December, 2015
2015 Global Smarties Trends Report

Developed by the MMA in partnership with Millward Brown, the 2015 Global Smarties Trends Report cross-references case studies from MMA’s Global Smarties and Cannes Mobile Lions finalists (as well as those on the short list) to delineate shared characteristics and identify key trends.

Each year it reviews the winning roster across these two coveted awards programs to identify emerging, effective mobile marketing trends and share with the industry what makes the winning work so remarkable. 

Release Date: 
December, 2015

As part of a larger ongoing strategy for the MMA to provide the most comprehensive resource for marketers on how best to implement effective mobile marketing campaigns, the MMA EMEA in collaboration with Millward Brown have analyzed the MMA Smarties EMEA shortlist and published a Mobile Creativity Report. In this report, we discuss:

  • What differentiates good from great mobile creative?
  • How can brands take advantage of the future mobile video advertising opportunity?
Release Date: 
November, 2015
MMA Mobile Native Advertising Best Practices

Successful advertising is noted for standing out, clear and distinct from your competition. But this goes against the very nature of native ads, which are all designed to “fit in”. The notion that advertising must grab attention raises a pertinent question in the mind of every marketer who plans to go native - will it really deliver on its lofty promises? The answer lies in truly understanding the intent behind native advertising, and then implementing it the right way.

Release Date: 
November, 2015