Ad fraud is an ongoing problem in the advertising industry. As overall ad spends are increasing year after year, the rate of frauds income is rising as well. According to eMarketer’s latest estimations, advertisers’ loss from such actions varies from 6.5 to 19 billion dollars.
How advertisers and brands can reach, engage, and measure their audiences with mobile in-app advertising. In 2019 we rely on apps for everything, from navigating traffic on the way to making notes what to pick up at the grocery store, get reminders to exercise, drink
At the beginning of 2019 (According to We Are Social and Hootsuite’s research) there are 3.9 billion active mobile internet users. That means that almost 78% of all users daily appear online either via mobile web or in-app. This fact inevitably boosts ad growth. Let’s
In the mobile-first world mobile phones alone generate 52% of the total internet traffic. To engage smartphone audience advertisers need to “catch” their audiences with compelling and non-obtrusive in-app ads. InMobi, an in-app inventory provider with the coverage of 1.6 billion+ unique user profiles globally, is
Welcome to a mobile-first world. The world where 80 out of 100 smartphone users check their phones before brushing their teeth in the morning. The world, where adults refer to their devices 52 times a day, millennials 150 times a day, and gen Z users
Recently Knight Foundation published a huge report based on a research study conducted with Nielsen and commissioned by Knight Foundation to explore how people use mobile platforms for news. We hightlighed the main figures and conclusions for you to focus on.
The number of active smartphone users worldwide hit 2 billion in 2015, as a result content consumption is shifting from desktop to mobile devices.
Digital advertising shows every sign of attracting more and more dollars over the next few years.