What You Need To Know In Mobile: The BI Intelligence Weekly Roundup

This is a weekly roundup of select content from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s research and analysis subscription service focused on the mobile ecosystem. Access all of our content by signing up for a free trial here.   
 

1. Why Cross-Screen Marketing Will Be A Game-Changer For The Mobile Industry [REPORT]

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The question ad buyers have is whether advertising across screens can really help drive forward an overall campaign goal better than TV-only or traditional online campaigns. 

In other words, is it worth the trouble? A growing number of mobile ad industry companies are arguing that a cross-screen approach integrating mobile is more effective.In this new report, we analyse the significant opportunities and prospects for cross-screen marketing, and dig into the measurement problem, offering a side-by-side comparison of the different tracking technologies on mobile. Access The Full Report, Charts, and Data >

2. The Social Media Advertising Ecosystem Explained [REPORT]Social networks like Facebook and Twitter are daily destinations for millions of consumers. Increasingly, their ad products offer targeting according to specific demographics, social connections, interests, and habits. 

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In this new report, we analyse the state of social media and where it is heading, offering a comprehensive guide and examination of the advertising ecosystem on Facebook and Twitter, offer a primer on Tumblr as an emerging ad medium, and detail how mobile is an important part of this story as mobile-friendly as native ad formats fuel growth in the market. Access The Full Report, Charts, and Data >3. Android Continues To Grab Global Smartphone Market Share [CHART]: After a brief stumble in the final quarter of 2012, Android emerged stronger than ever in the first three months of this year, posting its largest-ever quarter. Access Chart & Data >

4. Smartphone Penetration Reaccalerates In The U.S. [CHART]: The U.S. added 31 million smartphone subscribers in the past four quarters. That represents a reacceleration of growth in U.S. smartphone penetration. Access Chart & Data >

5. Android Grabs The Top Spot In Global Tablet Market [CHART]For the first time, Google’s Android platform accounted for the majority of quarterly tablet shipments. Access Chart & Data >

Bonus: Mobile Insights Newsletters 

Jeff Bezos

Another Record Quarter For Smartphone Sales. Read >

U.S. Mobile Marketing To Triple By 2015. Read >

Amazon Departs From Its Cheap Hardware Strategy With Smartphone Plans. Read >

Does Anyone Win In The Smartphone Patent Wars? Read >

 

 


 


Disclosure: Jeff Bezos is an investor in Business Insider through his personal investment company Bezos Expeditions.

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