With Mobile internet browsing growing each and every day, and Google’s dominance in websites visited using moble browsers, it makes perfect sense that mobile advertising and marketing will follow. Google is blazing the trail in leveraging the mobile platform as an advertising and revenue source.
“…the mobile web is still in its eary stages” – Google
eMarketer predicts that spending on mobile advertising will continue to increase over coming years, reaching an estimated $1.56 billion by 2013.
Of the the nearly $24 billion to be spent for online advertising in 2009, mobile ad spending was expected to reach $416 million in 2009. Compare this to the $51 billion on TV adsvertisements and $38 billion for newspaper ads.
Google announced to Adwords advertisers that , beginning this month, (January 2010) that “Click to Call” to Adwords PPC Advertisements will appear on high-end mobile devices such as smartphones, iPhones, and of course the much-anticipated Google “Nexus One” droid phones…as unveiled today.
For the mobile advertiser:
“Click to Call” indicates yet another method for conversion for PPC ads, as the click on the phone number within the mobile ad directly places the call directly on the phone.
For the mobile device user:
“Click to Call” offers ease of access to the advertiser.
View the types of Mobile Advertising Google is targeting with the acquisiton of AdMob’s mobile display ad technology.
2 more things I’d like to mention:
Rebecca Murtagh is a Human AI Evangelist, Futurist, Keynote Speaker, Author of CROWD SUCCESS® , Innovation coach, consultant and trainer. Rebecca leverages decades of experience working with Fortune 500, Silicon Valley, Wall Street, Mains Street, global brands and startup entrepreneurs to help executives, their teams, and entrepreneurs leverage Human AI to innovate faster and achieve sustainable success. Rebecca also helps virtual companies, remote talent and hybrid teams improve productivity, collaboration, creativity and job satisfaction for optimum performance and long-term success.
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