December 16, 2016
IAB & MDA Training Series in Malaysia – Part 2: Mobile
The second half of the IAB & MDA Training Series in Malaysia, focused on mobile matters, and according to figures provided by Facebook, Malaysians spend an average of 187 minutes a day on their mobile. The average for Southeast Asia is 150 minutes.
In addition, 1 in 2 Malaysian internet users purchase goods or services via their mobile device – with the time it takes from discovery to purchase now much shorter.
Joshua Campanella, digital director, MEC Singapore offer six key points to remember when planning strategy:
- Mobile marketing should be included in your overall marketing strategy
- Do your research, build your approach
- Consider your audience
- Define your goals
- Be mobile friendly
- Track, analyse and optimise
For a campaign to be ‘mobile’ one must think beyond device and embrace the broarder notion of mobility. Chris Bell, Business Director APAC, Blippar & Co-Chair of IAB SG Mobile Committee offered the following reminders:
- Have a creative focus
- Be contextually relevant
- Be scalable across devices
- Have a clear utility
- Extend experience beyond device
Location data is more than just geo-fencing, Regina Goh, MD Asia, Blis & Co-Chair of IAB SG Mobile Committee said today, it encompasses audience profiling, retargeting, cross-device, trigger marketing and footfall measurement.
- Key questions to ask your location partner and things clients need to know:
- Does your partner check for centroids? How do they filter?
- How is your partner using IP addresses to define locations?
- Does your partner use heat-mapping technologies to monitor human behaviour?
- What is your filtering process and how an you deliver accurate and scaled campaigns?
Goh also outline the following best practises:
- We are targeting people, not devices
- Mobile habits and tech differs within Southeast Asia
- Challenge you vendor on the source and accuracy of their location data
- Accuracy is vital but take advantage of the available scale
When it came to KPIs and ROIs for mobile initiatives, Gavin Buxton, VP, Sales, APAC, S4M offered the following tips:
- Don’t copy someone else’s KPIs
- KPIs are directly related to campaign goals
- Put the right measurement in place
- Think quality not quantity
- Don’t limit yourself to mobile KPIs (Can also include things like store visits, search uplift, customer support calls and cross-screen conversion)
And when it came to programmatic in mobile, Tai Morshed, Head of Enterprise Sales, SEA, TubeMogul offered the following notes:
- Choose one KPI to measure success
- Think creative for purpose not repurposed creative
- Integrate with a mobile analytics platform to attribute conversion accurately
- Choose the right data partners to target the right audience
Meanwhile, Pedro Cordero, Head of Performance, APAC, Mindshare outlined four myths of mobile attribution that have already been busted:
- Consumers don’t convert on mobile devices
- Web conversions must come from web exposure
- Advertisers can use desktop ad servers for mobile attribution
But that doesn’t mean that the mobile space is easy terrain for measurement, Cordero noted that app-to-mobile web behaviour breaks traditional measurement approaches.
“Advertisers need measurement and identity solutions built for a mobile-first world to accurately attribute conversions,” he said. “Yesterday’s measurement won’t work for today’s devices.”
To read the key insights from the Programmatic section of the training session, click here.
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