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Advertisers tend to target women in very stereotypical ways. But women are diverse, multifaceted and have various and abundant interests. In honor of Women’s History month, we did a deep dive on the women in the Kiip network to uncover unique insights about the moments that actually make up their mobile interactions. During this search, we...
Looking to drive ad engagement and create dynamic brand experiences? Get creative with rich media! Studies show that rich media lifted engagement 7.44 times more than standard banners globally in 2016.
Our cultural obsession with food has taken on a life of its own and "food moments" have now become prime opportunities for brands to engage with consumers. When someone uses an app to make their grocery list for the week, plan meals, or seek out new recipes, brands can be there as consumers are making decisions about lifestyle and weekly...
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Today’s constantly connected consumers are using smartphones in-store more than ever.
The M.I.C. Drop is your Moments Insights Connection featuring monthly mobile moment trends observed across the Kiip Network.
People’s attention spans are decreasing and so is their trust in advertising. 96% of people believe that the advertising industry does not act with integrity. 69% of these people attribute their mistrust to the advertisers’ desire to sell more effectively. What can brands do to overcome this attention deficit and build customer trust?
Influencer Marketing is all the rage among advertisers and brands and it makes sense. With the rise of social media and increasing use of mobile devices, influencers have become a trusted voice. People spend more time watching their favorite style gurus, photographers, bloggers, and Youtube stars than physically hanging out with their friends....
According to a study from the Data and Marketing Association, nearly half of all marketers recognize that they are falling short when it comes to innovation and technology and close to 75% say that they plan to increase their marketing technology budget in 2017.