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Mobile Ad Spend still lags behind Mobile Media Consumption
So, how have advertisers responded to the change in mobile media time? The next chart shows that despite the growth in media time above, some advertisers are missing out since the right-most bar shows that there is a huge missing opportunity on mobile advertising
Mobile vs desktop device usage
The trend in mobile device usage (‘vertical screens’) compared to all screen use again shows that we’re well past the tipping point.
Mobile Media Time Is Now Greater Than Desktop and Other Media
The latest data shows that we are now well past the tipping point mentioned at the top of this post. Mobile digital media time in the US is now significantly higher at 51% compared to desktop (42%).