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The MMA India report, powered by exchange4media, (in its third year now) is based on extensive research, including the body of mobile advertising work seen in the market, the spends of large advertisers on the medium, spend numbers of top media agencies, figures from service providers, and reference conversations with other prominent mobile players.

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India Adspend Report

The era of mobile is here and we are lucky to witness the way it has seen a sea change and evolved to be an inseparable part of our lives. Today, it is inherently difficult to separate a man and his mobile. According to the FICCI–KPMG Media & Entertainment 2013 report, the rapid increase in mobile and wireless connections is driving the growth of internet penetration in India and its key beneficiaries are new media segments, including internet advertising, online classifieds, and gaming.

MMA Singapore Ad Spend Report

Singapore is one of the most digitally advanced markets in the world. Consumer adoption of mobile devices has fascinated the industry. There is no doubt that Singaporean consumers love their gadgets.

This can even been seen in the smartphone penetration in the market.  Recent research shows that smartphone penetration alone in the market was at 90 per cent for a population of 5.31 million.  The penetration of mobile devices, pegged at 7.8 million, is stated to be at 150 per cent.

DAA Mobile Guidance

This guidance explains for covered companies how the existing Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”) Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising (“OBA Principles”) and Multi- Site Data (“MSD Principles”) (collectively, the “Self-Regulatory Principles”) apply to certain types of data in the mobile Web site and application environment. This guidance responds to the fact that both First Parties and Third Parties operate across a variety of channels including mobile.

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This updated set of MMA Global Mobile Advertising unit guidelines is intended to simplify the creation, planning, buying, selling and reporting of mobile display ad units on a global basis. By standardizing the handful of sizes that will be most widely accepted, mobile advertising will be easier to add to the media mix of all advertisers around the globe.

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August, 2012
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