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Global Mobile Advertising Market 2015 – Expected growth rate by Market Research Store

The Global Mobile Advertising Market is valued at $15.33 billion in 2014 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 26.40 % to reach $99.89 billion by 2022.

The Global Mobile Advertising Market is segmented As:
1. Solution:
The market is categorized into Reporting and Analytics Solutions, Mobile Proximity Solutions, Integrated Solutions, Content Delivery Solutions, Advertisement Campaign Solutions.

2. Application:-
The market is segmented into Small and Medium Business(SMB) and Large Scale Enterprises. The market is divided on the basis of Industry into Healthcare, Manufacturing, IT and Telecom, Automotive, Defence and Government, Transport and Logistics, Consumer goods and Retail, Banking and Insurance, Media and Entertainment, Energy, Power and Utilities and Others.

3. End user:-
On the basis of type of advertising, the market is segregated into Audio Advertising, In-App Advertising, Messaging Advertising, Mobile Digital Coupons Advertising, Search Advertising and Visual Advertising. Market is segmented on the basis of devices into smart phones, tablets, Desktops, Laptops, And Notebooks, Smart TVs and other devices.

4. Services:-
Global Mobile Advertising Market by Service is segmented into Consulting Services and Integration Services.

5. Type of Advertising and Geography:-
Global Mobile Advertising Market by geography is categorized into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World.

The key players in Global Mobile Advertising Market are Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Nokia, Yahoo, Flurry, Drawbridge, InMobi, Amobee.

Uptake in smart phones and tablets, as well as the fusion of consumer behaviors on computers and mobile devices are the major factors favoring the market whereas heavy investment in new methods and the security risks associated with use of personal devices are the restraining factors for this market.

Ad blocking apps gain massive popularity, except among marketers

This type of software has spread like wildfire among mobile device users but are stopping ads from being displayed.

The AdBlock ad blocking software and app has now reached the point that it has more than 200 million users, and it is allowing those individuals to surf the web without the invasion of excessive advertisements on their screens.

That said, the company has generated controversy by letting some advertising slip through its net, for a price.

People have been becoming frustrated with the constant barrage of popup advertisements and crowded websites and are using ad blocking apps and programs to help them to smooth out their internet usage experience. While many people realize that the advertising on websites are frequently the main source of income for a site and that it is that income that makes the free information possible, they continue to object to how much data is being collected from them and question the mobile security and convenience of the current experience. For this reason – among others – many are choosing to block these forms of marketing.

A lack of transparency in data collection has become a major driver for the use of ad blocking software.

Mobile Ad BlockingPeople simply don’t know which ads are collecting their information nor what specific data is being taken and tracked. Because of the mystery behind this data collection, many mobile device users are deciding to simply block the advertisements in a “better safe than sorry” strategy.

This type of mobile security or advertising blocking software works when a device user downloads a plug-in which can be installed into any of several different popular internet browsers.

That said, a recent report assembled by Adobe and a startup from Dublin called PageFair, have determined that this year, alone, there will be $22 billion in lost advertising revenue from ad blocking software and app usage. When compared to the previous year, that represents an increase of 41 percent. In the report, it was also shown that over one in three internet users in some countries – particularly in European nations – now have some form of advertising blocking strategy in place.