Wednesday, 7 December 2016
From our already published Mobile trends report,Nigerians are spending more time on their smartphones daily compared to other devices, and also we are the most mobilized country in the world (76%) ahead of India and South Africa.
Sunday, 27 November 2016
An Evening of Innovation with Twinpine - Personalisation, Performance and Convergence to Drive Marketing Communications in 2017
From L -R: Ayodeji Balogun, Chief Technology Officer, Twinpine; Omobola Johnson, General Partner at TLCom Capital; Elo Umeh, Founder, Twinpine
Twinpine, Africa’s pioneer and premium mobile marketing company celebrated its fifth year of operations this year. Officially launched on August 1, 2011, the company was founded with a vision to help brands and businesses get more value from the primary channel that connects Africans to the world - Mobile.
Thursday, 1 September 2016
By Chika Umeh
The word “programmatic” has officially become a buzzword. One that is still largely not fully comprehended in the African mobile marketing space.
Programmatic buying is an automated process of buying inventory which is in line with the desired target audience and demographics. Simply put, it’s a stress free way of buying traffic that works for your campaign using software and aggregated data to target individuals with ads relevant to their needs and interests.
Monday, 12 October 2015
|Photo Credit: insights.mobify.com|
So they have shared conflicting opinions about mobile advertising; “there is nothing like mobile advertising,” “online advertising has all the focus,” “mobile advertising is a waste of money,” “it’s too expensive.” With the barrage of information available, it is becoming increasingly difficult to separate the wheat from the tares.
Friday, 2 October 2015
|Photo Credit; Smartfindsmarketing.com|
Who can deny that the mobile device is a lifestyle tool today? It has become so ingrained into almost every aspect of our lives that we now wonder how we ever survived without them. With the wider adoption of mobile devices, and indeed Smartphones, there has become a large market for highly functional yet low cost range of smart phones.
Friday, 18 September 2015
Does Mobile drive Africa? Oh yes it does. With Mobile accounting for 80 percent of internet penetration in Africa, it has in fact leapfrogged the economies of different countries within the continent forward. Moving at the speed of light into the era of smartphones, the influx of low-cost smartphones into the region has further strengthened its title as the ‘Mobile continent of the world’.
Tuesday, 9 June 2015
By Obinna Anyanwu
In 1905 John Wannamaker, the founder of Walmart said, “I know that half of my advertising dollars are wasted, I just don’t know which half”. Since then it has been his and every other merchant’s dream to make advertising accountable. Nearly 100 years later, Internet technology, with its ability to track advertising to the sale, has created a marketing model that makes this possible.