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Most mobile internet users are as happy with mobile advertising as they are with TV or online ads

Mobile advertising business InMobi has announced the results of its Mobile Media Consumption Report, which contains information from over 15,000 mobile users in 14 markets around the world.

Overall, 50% of global mobile web users said they now used their mobile device as the main way to go online.

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InMobi says Apple remains the most popular mobile manufacturer in the UK

Independent mobile advertising network InMobi has published the UK edition of its Quarterly Mobile Insights Report for January to March 2012.

The number of mobile ads displayed using InMobi’s UK network increased to 9.5 billion over the 90 day period, with smartphone usage increasing by 12% from the previous quarter.

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Mobile World Congress: 2nd March 2012

Mark Bridge and James Rosewell report for from the final day at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. James visits the WIP app developer conference, while Mark has conversations with Visa and with Dolby.

You can listen to the programme on our website audio player, via iTunes, by using our RSS feed or by downloading the MP3.

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InMobi says mobile ad traffic more than doubled last year

Independent mobile ad network InMobi has published its analysis of trends from the past year.

The InMobi Mobile Market 2011 Review shows a 251% increase in mobile impressions on the InMobi network worldwide. Smartphone impressions were up 488% - boosted by the adoption of in-app advertising - with tablet impressions increasing 771% year-on-year.

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App developers can still make money from mobile advertising

Mark Bridge writes:

When I was a youngster, evangelists preached the gospel. Not the gospel according to Steve Jobs, Bart Simpson or Oprah Winfrey. The gospel of Jesus the Christ. That was all. That’s what the word meant.

In recent years, the word ‘evangelist’ has evolved to gain a wider meaning. We have Product evangelists. Customer evangelists. Developer evangelists. Technology evangelists. Even Word of Mouth evangelists (which sounds rather like being an ‘evangelism evangelist’, I reckon). Anyway, I’m sure you get the picture.

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