Williamstown, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/22/2011 -- The mobile advertising landscape of 2011 is a blossoming field of opportunity with a rapidly expanding horizon. The accelerated global spending growth on mobile ad campaigns during the last five years is likely a function of three critical areas that we will examine more closely throughout this report: Mobile Devices, Mobile Technology Access, and Marketing Savvy. This research evaluates the leading mobile marketing and advertising solution providers and analyzes their products and services. The report provides forecasts and analysis from a global perspective of mobile advertising and marketing.
The report includes:
- Up-to-date consumer survey data by region
- Forecast through 2020 including forecast by global region
- Forecast by mobile marketing type (SMS, video, search, etc.)
- Case study examples of mobile marketing and advertising in practice
- Exclusive Mobile Advertising Supplier Perception Map by technological prowess and customer awareness/satisfaction
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- Traditional media outlets
- Mobile platform developers
- Mobile advertising networks
- Marketing and Advertising Agencies
- Smartphone and PDA manufacturers
- Mobile search and content aggregators
- The report analyzes important metrics and trends on mobile advertising and marketing to inform executives making critical spending decisions during a down economy.
- Data explains ripe growth opportunities areas of mobile advertising by region; consumer behavior towards mobile devices and advertising effectives on purchase decisions.
- The report profiles key suppliers to the mobile ad space to help advertising buyers ensure they can optimize their mobile ad dollar spending.
- Mind Commerce estimates that global spending on mobile advertising and marketing initiatives will reach nearly $37.5 billion in 2012, a near 15% compounded annual growth rate since 2008. The Asia-Pacific region is leading the mobile charge and will chalk up an estimated budget of $15.8 billion in 2012. In comparison, Europe's spending on mobile advertising in 2012 will be about half as much ($7.9 billion) while North America's spending for 2012 will be $11.2 billion.
- Smartphones and tablets are playing an increasingly important role in driving mobile ad spending, with mobile searching and mapping the strongest earners. Video and audio mobile ads, meanwhile, are the fastest-growing ad segments, with momentum seen continuing through 2015.
- Mobile advertising networks are delivering 350 billion global impressions in 2011, generating $800 million in media spend, and earning $275 million in net platform and media services-related revenue. The U.S. market generated 50% of gross media spend, Europe 25% and Asia 25%, based on analysis of each network's billed impressions by geography.
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