Category: Statistics: Mobile Marketing

Waze and Carto team up for location-based urban intelligence

A ton of location data is being created by the movements of smartphone owners. Much of the attention is on marketing use cases: audience and competitive insights, offline attribution, store visits and similar use cases. However, the data has many...

/ April 23, 2018

Native will dominate display spending in 2018

According to a new set of estimates from eMarketer, native advertising will comprise nearly 60 percent of display spending this year in the US. According to the report, mobile, social and Amazon are the growth drivers behind this shift. Amazon...

/ April 11, 2018

Forecast: Digital advertising pulling away from TV on global basis

Forecaster Zenith has projected global TV ad spending will be $187 billion this year, while digital is slated to grow to $227 billion. Last year, according to the agency, digital overtook TV advertising for the first time. Assuming no recessions...

/ March 26, 2018

Report: 5G will drive $12 billion in new mobile commerce revenue by 2021

Mobile page speed matters. And new data from Adobe shows that with speed comes revenue. Adobe Digital Insights has released a report called “A Mobile-First World,” which contains data on US and international smartphone usage patterns. The company says it’s...

/ March 5, 2018

Placed introduces ‘Placed Insights’ to educate the market about location data

Location analytics company Placed (owned by Snap) is launching “Placed Insights,” a free tool that allows users to visualize and better understand location data. Placed founder David Shim told me that he believes this will help agencies and advertisers see...

/ March 1, 2018

Retailers with shopping apps now see majority of e-commerce sales from mobile

For many retailers, mobile traffic equals or exceeds desktop traffic. Now, according to Criteo’s latest commerce report (Q4 2017), mobile sales represent the majority of total e-commerce for retailers with successful shopping apps. Retailers that have both mobile sites and...

/ February 21, 2018

Think calls are dying, the data says they’re not

Old retro red telephone on table with vintage green pastel background Calls are dying, the conventional wisdom goes. Nobody wants to talk on the phone anymore. Overall, volumes may be down because of alternative channels (messaging, text, chat, email, social...

/ November 13, 2017

Report: Mobile users start with social apps, then move on to browsers and search

Verto Analytics in a new report identifies key digital consumer trends. Among them, the company reports consumer time with digital media has “stabilized,” but the distribution of time has shifted. Time with social media sites and apps has declined slightly,...

/ November 9, 2017