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BizReport : Mobile Marketing : February 07, 2012


40% of Super Bowl XLVI viewers used mobile during game

Watchers of Super Bowl XLVI did so with their mobile devices to hand, according to mobile ad network InMobi, and nearly half used their device specifically in response to TV ads.

by Helen Leggatt

inmobi logo.pngMobile engagement was significant during the latest Super Bowl, reportedly the most-watched television event ever with an estimated 111.3 million viewers.

InMobi's survey of mobile users' activity during and after the game found that nearly half (45%) spent at least half an hour engaged with their mobile device with 30% using it primarily during commercial breaks.

Thirty-nine percent said they used their mobile specifically in response to television ads watched during the game intervals to do one of the following:

- discuss television ads
- discover more information about an advertised product, or
- re-watch a television ad.

An interesting statistic for advertisers is that almost twice as many of InMobi's respondents used their mobile device during the first half of the game compared to the second.

"Mobile is an amazing channel for reaching consumers when they are in a lean-back entertainment-oriented mindset," said Anne Frisbie, Vice President and Managing Director, North America, for InMobi.

"Savvy advertisers will allocate more dollars to mobile advertising, either in conjunction with TV ads or through mobile-only advertising campaigns during similar sporting events and key holiday weekends throughout the year."

Tags: advertising, consumer insight, mobile marketing, mobile trends, Super Bowl, television advertising










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