At the end of 2014, mobile programmatic advertising saw record levels of spend driven by substantial growth in ad prices and premium brand spend. Brand advertisers delivered 52% of overall advertiser spend in the week leading up to Dec. 25. This increase coincided with higher premiums paid for mobile app inventory overall. Publishers benefited the most from video and rich media ad formats, with eCPMs outperforming their static counterparts. Learn about these highlights and more in our quarterly MoPub Mobile Advertising Marketplace Report.
The Marketplace Report takes an in-depth look at monetization and ad performance across the mobile programmatic ecosystem. It reflects data from our real-time bidding exchange, MoPub Marketplace, one of the world’s largest mobile advertising exchanges. MoPub Marketplace data is representative of over 170 billion monthly ad requests, more than 1 billion unique devices, and 140+ demand-side platforms.
The biggest change in 2014: brands came to mobile in a big way, placing the majority of spend leading up to the holidays.
In this quarter’s report, we highlight trends in spend categorization, eCPM and click-through rate.
Ad pricing continues to increase
The Marketplace saw considerable year-over-year percentage gains in overall eCPM, indicating advertisers are finding increasing value in mobile app inventory.
Other highlights from the report:
The data reflected here is solely representative of quarterly trends from exchange-traded media; it does not include any ad network or ad network mediation data. MoPub does not sell advertising and does not buy inventory. The data includes month-over-month and year-over-year trends across several dimensions that impact revenue for mobile application publishers.
The information contained herein is based on internal data and data from a third-party that we do not control, so could be subject to errors and omissions.
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