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February 1, 2013

Mobile Display Advertising 2013 Data : US vs Eu

Money is pouring into mobile advertising—$5.3 billion last year, according to the IAB.Those ads were served across 6 billion mobile devices. That's less than $1 per device, per year—a tiny sum. That tells you how far mobile advertising has to go, and how massive it will become in the next five years

The Big 5 mobile advertising markets in Europe – France, Germany, Italy, Spain and  the UK  will be worth over $1 billion in 2014, one year earlier than previously forecast, due to the continued to see  rapid adoption of  smartphones  and Tablets This White Paper presented by Squared shows  a balanced status quo of the market for geo-location mobile  display advertising in the USA and Western Europe.

June 9, 2012

Smartphone Market Comparison 2012: US vs Canada vs Europe

Smartphone Users Across European Markets Manufacturer's  Mobile Ad Share

 Smartphone Manufactures and Mobile OS Ad Impressions in  North America


 Canadian Using Smartphone will grow 100% in the next 2 years, to 14.8 million by   and Mobile  in  North America 2014

Recent sales stats (US and Canada):
  • Nielsen report that 46% of US mobile phone owners have a smartphone as of Q4 2011.
  • comScore estimate average US smartphone ownership at 41.8% of mobile subscribers or 98 million people for the same period.
  • They give an equivalent number for Canada of 45.3%.
  • A Pew Internet Project survey from May 2011 found 35% of US adults owned a smartphone.
Recent sales stats (Europe):
  • comScore put combined smartphone ownership for France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK at 44% of mobile users as of December 2011 (104 million users).
  • Kantar Worldpanel claim 48.9% of the British population have a smartphone.
  • Figures quoted in the FT put UK smartphone ownership at 46% as of August 2011.
  • According to Bitkom, 11.8 million smartphones were sold in 2011 in Germany, an increase of 31% over 2010. This represents 43% of the total number of mobile phones sold that year.