Jan, Uzma, Sahana, Jx MS&E 239. Overview of the mobile marketing landscape Traces a path from the marketer to the consumer Specifically, all channels.
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Overview of the mobile marketing landscape Traces a path from the marketer to the consumer Specifically, all channels in a mobile platform
Provide marketing communications services Consultation on ◦ Branding and Identity ◦ Advertising ◦ Corporate marketing ◦ Media expertise Communications campaigns Communications campaigns
Internal team of an agency Monitor and execute campaigns across the Exchange landscape ◦ Buy and sell display inventory utilizing the DSP within that agency. Ensure that ideas are efficiently delivered across media platforms Integrates technology, data and inventory to manage audiences. Criticism Identify Segmentation Strategy Determine Inventory pools to reach audience Leverage tools
Helps communicate with consumers Identify business issues, markets and consumers Clients’ media investment is evaluated and accountable ROI is key Strategic Results system Multiple Vendor formats
Integrated system for buyers to satisfy their demands in the Mobile Landscape Demands PublisherAdvertiser Monetize their mobile web content Reach potential customers
StrikeAd was set up in 2010 to satisfy the global need for a streamlined media planning and buying environment on mobile StrikeAd Fusion - It lets media buyers create and deploy global mobile advertising campaigns StrikeAd Engage – StrikeAd EngageTM offers media planners a complete managed service to get their mobile campaigns up and running [amobee] offers comprehensive mobile advertising solutions to the largest mobile operators, publishers, and advertisers Customers include zynga, ebay, Google, skype, Nokia, Barnes & Noble and mozilla They are backed by Sequoia Capital, ACCEL, Globespan Capital, Cisco, Motorola and Telefonica
Create market liquidity by connecting buyers and sellers together through a real time bidding platform
Connects more than 25 online, video and mobile ad networks Serves and monetizes more than 3,280 ad requests per second or 8.5 billion ad requests per month Has served 33 billion ad impressions on more than 100 million unique smartphone devices Real-time bidding will be a multi-million dollar business in the next five years. Eight of the top 15 ad networks, are increasingly tapping AppNexus (comScore, June 2010).
No ad network is dominant ◦ There are at least 10 ad networks in the US alone. No one really knows what ad network is biggest ◦ Any figures you read about market share or revenue are estimates, if not pure guesswork. Mobile ad networks are not created alike ◦ Choose a partner that suits your requirements, target market, geography and budget. Source: mobithinking.com
Acquired by Google in Nov, 2009 for $750m Ads can be targeted to specific sites or you can browse their channel categories including categories like communities, contextual search, entertainment, etc. All ads are run on an auction-based pricing system AdMob clients include ESPN, CBS, Geico... Launching in 2008, Mojiva is headquartered in New York and offers a team with experience from Google, AdMob, DoubleClick, Microsoft and Motricity Mojiva provides more than 750 million unique users worldwide and executions that can run across every device and tablet, mobile site and app.
Used for integrated management of relationship with customers ◦ mobile marketing ◦ mobile sales force automation ◦ mobile customer service. Convenient and speedy communication between organizations and customers Used in situations where conventional communication channels and the Internet fail to expand customer relationships
Single View of the Customer: ◦ Create persistent customer identifiers on existing data, providing you a logically integrated view of consumers. Marketing Central Nervous System: ◦ Create the synapse that sends and receives signals about customer behavior, and then intelligently recalibrates based upon what they do or don’t do.
Data analytics Customer Relationship Management Social targeting Real-time analysis Financial/Credit-based CRM
Layouts for mobile campaigns Voting, trivia, branded media Ad formats SMS based, rich media
NaaS (Network as a Service) ◦ Monetizing assets and functionality within networks ◦ Billing, location, messaging and voice communications Virtual Operators Clearinghouses for providers ◦ ISP’s, mobile networks, cable networks, VoIP
Text-messaging Ads ◦ Brand messages ◦ Interactive coupons Interoperating of disperate technologies (roaming, BI, etc.) First P2P mobile video solution Mobile commerce enabling VIDEO VIDEO
Automated ad buying cycle ◦ Management of ad inventory (publishers) ◦ Increased purchasing efficiency ◦ Minimized unsold publisher inventory Advanced functionality ◦ Sequencing ads so users see messages in a specific order ◦ Excluding competition so users do not see competitors' ads directly next to one another ◦ Displaying ads so an advertiser can own 100% of the inventory on a page (Roadblocks) ◦ Targeting ads to users based on their previous behavior ◦ Targeting specific IP-addresses i.e. targeting specific individuals or companies