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Topic: Mobile advertising

Mobile Ad Spending Expands, but Still Doesn't Match User Growth

83% jump expected this year

Smartphones and tablets will this year draw more money from advertisers than the traditional outlets of newspaper and radio, The Wall Street Journal reported. According to estimates from research firm eMarketer,…

Mobile Video Study Claims Better Performance Than TV

But that’s not always a good thing

A new report from the Mobile Marketing Association, Millward Brown and Tremor Video today finds that mobile video ads get consumers talking about ads more than television spots, even if…

AMI Taps Amobee to Handle Mobile Advertising

Biggest publisher deal to date for company

American Media Inc., publisher of titles like Men’s Fitness, Shape and Star magazine, struck a partnership with mobile advertising company Amobee,  empowering the company to exclusively manage and serve all…

How Mobile Ads Found 53,000 Uninsured Leads for Healthcare Provider

Nonprofit Enroll America gets 40% click-through rate

Nonprofits and health insurance companies rarely reveal their marketing strategies. But Enroll America—a nonprofit involving a coalition of groups supportive of the Affordable Care Act—has given Adweek an interesting, results-based…

Mobile Ads Will Surpass Print and Radio This Year

Representing 10% of media marketplace

Yes, there's money to be made in mobile advertising. New York-based eMarketer predicts mobile will account for 9.8 percent of the total United States ads marketplace this year, surpassing newspapers (9.3…

Digital Media Is Now Bigger Than National TV Advertising, Will Surpass Total TV by 2018

The World Cup is killing it

Magna Global issued a report on Monday predicting a major upswing of 8.3 percent for U.S. television advertising revenue in 2014, after a dismal 2013 in which revenues were down…

Why Microsoft Is Wrapping Location-Based Ads Around Retail Stores

Tests significantly lifted foot traffic

Microsoft plans to open five stores this month to get to its 100th North American location since getting into retail game a few years ago. The tech brand has dramatically…

InMobi and Rubicon Project Unveil New Exchange for Mobile Native Ads

Tries to inch in on Facebook and Twitter’s turf

InMobi and Rubicon Project have teamed up to build a new mobile advertising exchange that lets marketers buy and sell native ads across mobile sites and apps. The new InMobi Exchange…

Twitter's MoPub Welcomes Facebook's Mobile Ads Into Its Platform

All networks plug in

Facebook’s mobile ad network seems like a clear threat to Twitter and its MoPub ambitions, but the relationship is complicated. In fact, MoPub has welcomed the Facebook Audience Network into…

Mark Zuckerberg Gets Reflective as He Nears 30

Espouses motto of 'ship love' at the f8 conference

Facebook has a new unofficial motto: Ship Love. The old motto everyone knows is Move Fast and Break Things, but at today’s f8 developers conference a kindler, gentler Mark Zuckerberg…

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