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More Evidence that Mobile Advertising is Hot! Samsung Joins the Race against Apple and Google

05 April 20122 comments Android, inneractive, iPhone, Mobile Advertising, Mobile Industry, Nokia

By: Hillel Fuld (@hilzfuld)

While the numbers have predicted that mobile advertising is in the process of exploding for years now, the amount of companies that have recently thrown their hat into the ring proves once again that mobile advertising is a smoking hot space right now.

Just taking a look at the ad network space, you will see that in addition to traditional ad networks like Millenial Media, there are many companies who generally operate in a completely different space and are now opening their own ad network. This inclues Google (Admob), Apple (iAd), and the latest player, Samsung.

Samsung confirmed that it is teaming up with OpenX Technologies to create a mobile ad platform called Samsung AdHub Market, which will enable brands to serve ads on Samsung phones and tablets. The service is expected to launch in the second half of the year. Advertisers will be able to purchase inventory for ads from both Samsung and the developer of the app itself.

Samsung has not yet disclosed any of the pricing structures, but something tells me the company is paying close attention to Apple’s mobile advertising disaster.

“This is the first time any device manufacturer has entered the ad tech space in this way,” said OpenX Chief Executive Tim Cadogan. “It is becoming very clear to the principals in the mobile space that advertising is going to be a very important part of the revenue mix.”

Well, Samsung, here is a free tip compliments of inneractive. If you want to play in the major leagues of the ad networks, you are going to want to partner with us and our more than 100 ad providers from around the globe. We look forward to granting you access to our premium inventory!

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  1. @arpingajjar123 April 16, 2012

    Normally Samsung mobile is one of the easiest mobiles to use; but sometimes it happens that we cannot do some functions. There is always a solution for any problem. Why don’t you submit your query to the official website of Samsung mobile phone?

  2. Herman Rhodes October 11, 2012

    Well, what Samsung can do is to disseminate enough information at their website. People do not like to read manuals. They like clicking and seeing pictures. Belonging to a group of sign writers perth, we usually recommend more interactive instructions coupled with advertising ideas.


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