Mobile Boost

[Posted by Neil Strother]


Spending on mobile advertising just got a boost. Jaguar and
Land Rover committed this week to a combined $1.6 million mobile ad buy buy for


That might not mean much in other channels, but for mobile
this is significant. Few brands have devoted that much money to mobile in a
single year. And it shows that even in a recession some are willing to spend,
especially to reach consumers who increasingly access Web content from cell
phones. (You can view a report on mobile Web adoption, if you’re a
Forrester client, or arrange to buy it if you aren’t.)


The two luxury auto brands – now controlled by India’s Tata Motors – will split the budget on
campaigns through AdMob's U.S. network – a nice lift for AdMob itself as the mobile ad network continues to gain ground.


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re: Mobile Boost

Actually.. We provide mobile marketing solutions in the middle-east ( are right, mobile marketing is getting more and more popular, especially interactive shortcodes and opt-in SMS advertising..

re: Mobile Boost

its great to see the improvement of mobile marketing as it has began to overcome the present marketing techniques