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Mobile advertising market will hit $41.9 billion by 2017, says Gartner

People with media jobs in mobile advertising agencies generally like to stay abreast of the latest trends in this growing corner of Adland, so when Gartner produces a new report on the state of the market, everyone tends to sit up and listen. The latest bulletin from the IT research and advisory giant predicts that global mobile advertising spending will hit $18 billion in 2014, a major hike upwards on the 2013 total of $13.1 billion. Supply and demand But before popping the champagne corks, it’s worth noting that the path to that increased spend is not entirely straight. Mobile advertising might be catching on at an accelerated rate, but Gartner thinks that a period of deceleration may be on the cards for the next three years, largely because mobile inventory is outpacing demand. This isn’t, however, a prophecy of doom. Gartner also thinks that advertisers will maintain a “sustained interest” in the channel over the same period, to such an extent in fact that it forecasts the market will be worth a walloping $41.0 billion by 2017. The talent of mobile advertising agencies, it seems, will remain in demand. The growth is being fuelled by what Gartner describes as…

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Mobile offers startup Shopkick leads the way to customer engagement with huge new iBeacon rollout

Tech product managers love it when the product they’re overseeing undergoes a major enhancement. This almost certainly means that tech startup Shopkick, which specializes in location-based offers, has a very happy product manager right now. The company has just announced a major new retail deal facilitated by its installation of Apple’s iBeacon technology in 100 American Eagle Outfitters stores across the US. Deals on the hoof  For product managers who are only vaguely acquainted with iBeacon, it sends Bluetooth LE notifications to prospective consumers when they’ve physically stepped inside a store. Its deployment by Shopkick represents the biggest distribution to date of iBeacons for clothing sales. Encouraged with its trial of iBeacon functionality in two Macy’s stores last November, Shopkick decided to roll out the technology to another of its long-term partners, American Eagle Outfitters – the very company whose Times Square store was the launchpad for the startup’s first alerts back in 2009. The more discerning product manager will, of course, want to know exactly what Shopkick offers customers and retailers. Its original technology, which is still live, consists of a piece of proprietary hardware that retailers can use to trigger actions on potential customers’ smartphones via very high…

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New York’s Carnival morphs from app developer to smart marketing platform

Brands and mobile advertising agencies have a new ally in the form of Carnival, the one-time mobile development agency which morphed at the close of 2013 into a nifty new mobile marketing platform. An untapped opportunity Ahead of its switch of emphasis, it successfully raised $2.4 million in seed funding last year to smooth the transition. Headquartered in New York and with an additional office in New Zealand, Carnival began life in 2008 as a mobile app developer, which is hardly surprising given that its co-founders Guy Horrocks and Toby Cox had been literally steeped in mobile long before the mobile explosion. They were developing apps for the iPhone before there was an iTunes App Store. But anyone with experience of media jobs in mobile advertising agencies will be aware that, in the wake of the burgeoning uptake of mobile devices, most brands have brought app development in-house, which set Horrocks and Cox onto thinking about what else Carnival could offer this flourishing corner of Adland. And all that experience of app development for big brands led them to what they believe is an untapped opportunity in the mobile advertising world. Yes, brands are developing their own apps, but do…

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New York mobile advertising experts say start boosting in-app advertising because that’s where the consumers are

Pros with media jobs in mobile advertising agencies are beginning to wake up to the potential of in-app advertising, but they’re still not fully capitalizing on it yet. So says Marc Parrish, an adviser at the New York mobile relationship management agency, Appboy. And he’s not alone: his not-too-distant neighbor, Shouvik Paul, of digital publishing platform MAZ New York, agrees that in-app advertising is the way to go. The app stampede Recent research by MAZ found that consumers are now spending 40 percent more of their time reading content in apps than they do on websites. And yet mobile advertising agencies and other marketers are still hesitating about diverting more funding into in-app spending. The picture is starting to change, however, according to Juniper Research. By 2018, it predicts, spending on in-app mobile advertising will approach $17 billion. Marc Parrish notes that the mobile app market is vast, with more than a million apps available, 102 billion downloads and $26 billion in revenue. Not bad for an industry that simply wasn’t there at all five years ago. As far as Parrish is concerned, if you’re working in media jobs in mobile advertising and you’re not planning to boost spending on…

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Early results suggest advertisers are going to start taking Instagram VERY seriously

Those with media jobs in mobile advertising agencies who are skeptical about Instagram’s recent, much-vaunted foray into advertising might want to think again: early results suggest that it’s going to be a valuable platform for advertising. Why mobile advertising agencies will be taking Instagram seriously Brands which advertised through the photo-sharing innovator saw their average ad recall leap threefold in November, and four campaigns achieved increases in brand awareness of 10 percent. Ben & Jerry’s managed to reach 9.8 million 18-35 year olds in the US in 8 days, while Levi’s reached 7.4 million 18-34 year olds in 8. OK, so that’s not necessarily hard evidence of ROI, but it’s certainly “promising,” to borrow Instagram’s understatement. Intriguingly for people with an interest in mobile phones advertising, Instagram looks likely to take share away from TV and publishing rather than from Google. Advertisers traditionally turn to placing ads on TV and magazines when they want to plant a memorable message in the minds of millions of people. But if Instagram can achieve the same kind of result – generating demand as opposed to fulfilling it à la Google – they may well soon start moving some of their marketing spend in…

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