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The Changing Face of the Indian Mobile User

India is inching closer to becoming a trillion dollar digital economy with rapidly expanding digital infrastructure coupled and greater accessibility to technology. With 90% of India set to own a mobile phone by 2022, it comes as no surprise that mobile is the primary driver of this digital transformation.

The face of the Indian mobile user is changing and how! A distinctive feature of the change is that it is not just restricted to metro cities. Bharat - comprising of Tier II and III cities and rural India, is bringing an ever-increasing number of first-time internet user online. In addition, it’s not just the teens or young adults that are tech-savvy today. Digital adoption is growing across all demographics. India, like most countries, is also moving away from traditional means of content consumption to more convenient, one-to-one interactions enabled by mobile. Be it gaming, video-viewing or shopping, mobile is now the primary screen for users.


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AdVantage™ drives improved audience segmentation and increased digital ad revenue

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Quaero

A major media company was not achieving full potential through its ad network. Using Quaero's AdVantage™ platform the company saw significant increase in digital ad revenue and improved audience segmentation.

Learn how this company:

  • Monetized undersold ad segments
  • Demonstrated new opportunities for advertisers
  • Saw a 250% increase in ad sales ROI
  • Saw incremental growth in revenue of $30 million

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Quaero's AdVantage™ case study
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Neil Sweeney sits down with AdMonsters to talk mobile advertising and the future of programmatic

For publishers, mobile is an itch spreading over greater sections of skin, tingling more ferociously every second. Scratching doesn’t make it worse, but certainly fails to relieve the symptoms. Publishers continue to struggle in their mobile monetization efforts: because there’s little incentive for direct sales to evangelize the channel (particularly when it comes to display), programmatic would seem to be the savior. However, the success of desktop advertising and transaction models ported to mobile has been limited.

Adfonic's Global AdMetrics Report Q2

Adfonic, the global mobile advertising marketplace, today releases its Global AdMetrics Report for Q2 2012, which draws data from thousands of mobile advertising campaigns, spanning almost fifteen thousand mobile sites and apps, to help advertisers, developers and publishers drive better performance.

Adfonic’s Global AdMetrics Report is available from Adfonic’s website at :http://adfonic.com/news/reports/

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