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Closing The Gap On Cross-Device Measurement
Australian Smartphone and Tablet Data

Closing The Gap On Cross-Device Measurement

Last year, cross-device research found consumers researching products on mobile, but inevitably buying on desktop. There’s still truth to this habit, and in fact, data pulled the State of Cross-Device Commerce Report by Criteo supports that this is retail’s new normal. Mobile’s role in online shopping is expanding. It’s the one device that remains present in the funnel from start to finish, so synchronicity and seamless digital experiences become paramount.

Multi-Screening Habits Are Here to Stay
Market Data

Multi-Screening Habits Are Here to Stay

OzTAM and Nielsen published a 2016 Australian Multi-Screen Report that documents multi-screening habits of various age groups, and explains how growing platform, content, and screen choices gradually shift the way consumers view content across various devices. These findings prove Australians are viewing diverse types of content at a dizzying pace. This study makes sense of the changes that occurred in cross-screening trends for Q4 2016. We’ve summarised the study in the interest of mobile marketers optimising their cross-screening strategies:

Insights & Tips for More Effective Mobile Video Advertising
Mobile Marketing

Insights & Tips for More Effective Mobile Video Advertising

Mobile video in Australia is quickly becoming a $700 million-a-year market, and isn’t expected to lose ground anytime soon. Nielsen and Tremor Video compiled a survey to help marketers better monetise the ad format by focusing on the impact mobile video content has on its audience. The study polled recent Nielsen data and questioned Australia’s leading publishers and broadcasters regarding mobile video advertising.

Second Screening, Mobile Payments and Smartwatches in this week’s Roundup
News

Second Screening, Mobile Payments and Smartwatches in this week’s Roundup

Here’s a roundup of a few things that caught our attention over the last few weeks. We’ve found reports on Multi-screening in Australia and the local uptake of Smart Watches. We profile a U.S. report on the growth of mobile payments that has important implications for us as we prepare for holiday shopping in the coming months. Finally, Westpac lays down some predictions about the demise of cash, and how smartphones will feature in the transition.

Cross Platform Consumers – Aussies Embrace Triple Screening
Australian Smartphone and Tablet Data

Cross Platform Consumers – Aussies Embrace Triple Screening

As more people become multi-device owners and engage in double and triple screening behavior, the more competition there is for the attention of viewers and the mores opportunities for marketers to reinforce and enhance messaging across platforms using combinations of screens.