WARC | MMA Global

The MMA & WARC report summarises the Vietnam findings of our latest APAC modern marketing survey, which assesses how advertisers and agencies are using, and planning to use mobile as a part of their marketing strategy. It focuses on the critical areas which need to be taken into account by advertisers, including the importance of social, the impact of commerce on the use of mobile, the challenges being faced and the future of mobile technology.

Release Date: 
September, 2021
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The MMA & WARC report summarises the Indonesia findings of our latest APAC modern marketing survey, which assesses how advertisers and agencies are using, and planning to use mobile as a part of their marketing strategy. It focuses on the critical areas which need to be taken into account by advertisers, including the importance of social, the impact of commerce on the use of mobile, the challenges being faced and the future of mobile technology.

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September, 2021
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After a year when marketing budgets have been significantly impacted by the global pandemic, mobile has proved to be one of the most resilient media.

In APAC, leaders in mobile adoption, are incorporating a mobile-first approach driven by increased opportunities to reach consumers by social and m-commerce, driving up digital advertising budgets in the region to $120bn this year, of which mobile is set to be worth $62bn, per WARC Data.

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September, 2021
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Over the time that WARC has carried out this survey with the MMA, the role of mobile in the arsenal of marketers has grown significantly. As smartphone technology becomes more and more sophisticated, the line between the mobile medium and the rest of the online media mix is increasingly blurred. This blurring means the distinction between mobile and the rest of digital is hard to make, leading to fewer respondents this year labelling their strategy as ‘mobile-first’ and only 22% having a separate mobile marketing budget. 

Release Date: 
June, 2021
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