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Tag: cross-device advertising

Mobile Video Trends: Spending, Vertical, Social

The phrase mobile video trends combines two challenges for publishers into one mega-challenge: conquering cross-device advertising and mastering multimedia with strong production and distribution platforms. More and more, the two go hand in hand: If digital magazines are going to succeed on tablets, smartphones, and phablets, the thinking goes, they’re going to need more than just strong content and good design. They’re going to need mobile savvy and video chops.

Mobile Advertising Trends: Instagram, Marketers, Programmatic

Monitoring mobile advertising trends is a must for publishers aiming to monetize a platform that promises riches but has thus far eluded a precise formula for success. Digital magazines face technological, viewability, and audience development questions when it comes to generating steady revenue. We can’t say we’ve got all of the answers, but, then again, neither can anyone else … with the possible exception of Instagram, of course. MediaPost covers the latest news out of the massively popular image-sharing social network; plus, a new programmatic tool and mobile advertising from buyers’ perspective.

Cross-Device Advertising + Other Mobile Challenges

If you’ve solved cross-device advertising, you probably don’t need to be visiting the Mequoda website for free advice. If you’re still experimenting and developing solutions, join the club: Even the most successful publishers don’t have all of the answers when it comes to mobile metrics and ad revenue. We found a few recent articles in Digiday that touch on this topic and more. Let’s take a look.

Cross-Device Advertising Sees Surge in Interest

Conversant has released a report stating a resounding 59 percent of marketing and agency executives say that cross-device advertising is a priority for them in 2014, a percentage that fell just two points behind video.