Jumptap teamed up with Dynamic Logic and Celtra analysed thousands of mobile ads to determine what small details make a mobile campaigns work, and what makes them flop.
Everything from the number of words an advertiser uses to how many colours are featured in the ad directly correlate with click-through rates.
For example, having a person in a consumer-tech related ad increases CTR by 72%.
Jumptap determined that being excessively wordy is also a turnoff. Ads with four words or less get 28% more clicks on average. It's even more pronounced in the tech industry:
For most industries, Jumptap found that 'ads with a call to action performed about the same as ads without. This goes against everything we've ever learned.' Ads with weak calls to action performed worse. The exception: ads for the entertainment industry.
On average, an ad with an image of a person gets 20% more clicks than an ad without. Those numbers are higher in the tech industry.
You also know when to reach the right audience. Restaurant ads do better over the weekend. Tourists click on more ads around 10 a.m.
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