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Native advertising offers the promise of increased engagement in mobile marketing, but inaccurate perceptions threaten to stall this new format before it has the chance to take off. Heading into 2015 reports indicate that 89% of marketers are at least beginning to adopt native advertising, but only 37% report that they have a defined native advertising plan. In 2014 native advertising spend on social media sites alone is expected to reach $4.0B, a 122% increase over 2013.

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March, 2015
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Mobile: The Relationship Channel
The global ad market is on a path of steady recovery, with growth of 3.5% forecast for 2013, followed by 5.1% in 2014 and 5.8% in 2015, according to the latest ZenithOptimedia forecasts. This growth is being driven by digital innovations, with mobile, by some distance, the fastest-growing segment of internet advertising. As the consumer attention shifts to the screens held in the hand, logic therefore dictates that advertisers also spend their efforts where their consumers are—the mobile channel.
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April, 2014
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Mobile: The Great Connector
Mobile: The Great Connector
Bridging The Physical & Digital Worlds To Boost Your Marketing Effectiveness
 
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November, 2013
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MMA Location Terminology Guide
The MMA Location Committee wants to ensure this guide represents a fair and unbiased view and continues to keep up to date with the latest technological and business evolutions of mobile location. As a result, this document has been posted to a public wiki-style site that will enable readers to edit, change and/or make critical additions as necessary. You can access the document at the link below. Note: once in the document, you can request editing rights.
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The MMA Lexicon Subcommittee proposes the lexical framework to categorize mobile video ad units for the ease of communication and transaction within the mobile advertising industry among brands, agencies and technology providers.

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January, 2013
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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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The MMA Consumer Best Practices (CBP) for Messaging, for the United States market, provides a guide to implementing short code programs. This guideline document is a compilation of accepted industry practices, common wireless carrier policies, and regulatory guidance that have been agreed upon by representative member companies from all parts of the off-deck ecosystem. This is the last and FINAL document of its kind to be released by the MMA. All future inquiries should be directed to the CTIA.

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October, 2012
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September, 2012
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Members Only

Marketers are constantly being challenged to get the most out of their marketing budgets. The search for the optimal marketing mix, improved ROI and new consumer insights along the entire path to purchase is a constant requirement of successful marketers. The process of measuring campaign performance that informs and delivers these results is often referred to as measurement or analytics, and as noted in Figure 1 analytics is high on the list of marketer’s needs and plans. Analytics is in a maturing process in the online realm, but it remains nascent in mobile.

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September, 2012
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