Multiscreen Advertising, Audience Targeting Lead the Way for Mobile Ad Targeting

Multiscreen Advertising, Audience Targeting Lead the Way for Mobile Ad  Targeting

        Mobile advertising is changing thanks to major advances

The best way to describe the state of mobile ad targeting is to say it’s a  work in progress, according to a new eMarketer report, “Mobile Ad Targeting:  After Years of ‘Spray and Pray,’ Signs of Sophistication Appear.”

Targeting ads to specific devices and operating systems is the most  established form of mobile ad targeting. Trends that have been evident for  several years continue to hold true while a new form of device  targeting—multiscreen targeting—is emerging in response to consumers’ increased  use of multiple web-enabled devices.

With the smartphone- and tablet-using audiences growing rapidly—and time  spent with media on these devices increasing steadily—marketers have started  investing in multiscreen advertising campaigns. August 2013 polling by the Association of National  Advertisers and Nielsen found that two-thirds of marketers spent up to 25% of  their media budget on integrated multiscreen campaigns. By 2016, 72% of  respondents expected this share to increase to between 26% and 100%. When asked  to rate the importance of multiscreen advertising now and in the future, 48%  said it was very important to their marketing efforts in 2013, and 88% expected  it to be very important in 2016.


The unique and persistent account ID used by social networkers gives  companies like Facebook and Twitter a big advantage in audience targeting  compared with other mobile display ad providers. Regardless of the device a  person chooses to log in from, a social network is able to recognize the ID and  target ads based on the personal profile and behaviors associated with that  ID.

Social networks aren’t the only ones with user account information and login  IDs. Other digital giants, like Google, Amazon and eBay, as well as some premium  publishers, retailers and app developers, have a large number of consumers  logging in to their sites and services via mobile. The first-party user data  available through those login IDs enables more sophisticated audience targeting  capabilities.

Much like the desktop world, audience insights can be gleaned from the type  of content consumed on smartphones and tablets. Those insights can then be used  to build targetable audience profiles. For example, Flurry segments consumers using apps on its analytics  platform into roughly 40 targetable personas. Consumers within each segment  share interests in certain apps and exhibit similar usage  patterns.


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