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Visiongain's latest exclusive report on location based advertising examines how the location-based services market has experienced huge growth over the past two years and how the potential for the next five years is immense in the LBA sector.
The report focuses on how market consolidation has been crucial to future potential and development. Companies such as Nokia and Microsoft have drawn attention to the market and actualized location based ambitions. However LBS start-up companies such as Foursquare and Gowalla should not be overlooked, as services such as these have drawn public attention and demand. GPS and navigational technology & services have played a huge role in the market rise and consumer uptake.
Visiongain believes that the anticipation of location based services has long been present and the recent advancement of user interface, processors and screen technology has finally brought the ambition of LBS to reality. The rise in smartphones and the addition of GPS technology in handsets has allowed the embrace and possibilities of LBA to begin.
This report will produce an in depth analysis of the location based advertising market and the role of services which power it, including various products and services available and specific technological standard data.
Among others, this report looks at the following questions:
- Why location based advertising is important to the mobile market?
- How will operators and manufacturers benefit?
- What effect will location based advertising have on other advertising methods such as online and televised?
- Which types of businesses will benefit from location based advertising?
- What are the types of location based services currently available on the market?
- How are well established search providers developing in the market?
- How will location based advertising compare with Internet based advertising?
- What opportunities exist for search in location based advertising?
- What role will local search and services play in the market?
- How location based advertising is beneficial to the consumer?
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Who needs to read this report?
- Mobile/Cellular network operators – Operators can gain further knowledge of the issues currently affecting price plans and data usage, the results of partnerships with advertisers, the revenue generating possibilities which are available to operators if issues are confronted and solutions are implemented.
- Mobile technology/platform developers – Companies can revise the past and present advancements to gain insight on the future developments within the industry and where concentration must be maintained.
- Advertisers – Advertisers can gain an insight to the relevant partnerships that must be upheld and created to forward success through to the mobile market and the actions they must undertake to develop their technique with current and future technology advancements.
- Mobile handset manufacturers – Companies can consider options of developing their product to efficiently view and browse the Internet and gain knowledge of how the success of location based services will affect their products and future design.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1. Mobile as media
1.2. Mobile advertising
1.2.1. Types of mobile ads
126.96.36.199. Premium SMS
Chart 1.1: Top 10 mobile media usage trends, 2010
1.2.3. Banner advertising
1.2.4. Mobile gaming
1.2.5. Interactive advertising
Chart 1.2: Handset market share 1st quarter 2010
1.2.6. Viral advertising and marketing
1.2.7. Mobile social networking
1.3. Evolution of mobile location based advertising
1.3.1. Location as a mobile tool
1.3.2. How are location based services offered?
188.8.131.52. Radiolocation through base stations
Figure 1.1: An example of mobile phone triangulation
Figure 1.2: Visualisation of GPS technology
Table 1.1: GPS error sources
184.108.40.206. GPS in mobile handsets
1.4. Mobile search
1.4.1. Types of mobile search
220.127.116.11. Mobile local search
1.5. Approaches to LBA
1.5.3. Targeted advertising and privacy concerns
1.6. How does LBA work?
1.7. Potential for LBA
1.8. Mobile LBA technologies
Chart 1.3: Would consumers be willing to reveal their current location to receive relevant advertising, 2010
Chart 1.4: Would US mobile users engage with a mobile ad if it was relevant to their location, 2010
Chapter 2: The LBA market landscape
2.1. Current market for LBA
2.2. Mobile LBA
2.3. Will mobile LBA really work?
2.4. Location based services (LBS)
2.4.1. Evolution of LBS
Figure 2.1: Timeline illustrating the development of LBS technology
2.4.2. Current market for LBS
2.4.3. Why are LBS important to mobile?
2.4.4. LBS market opportunity
Figure 2.1: A representation of the rise in mobile location based services, 2010
18.104.22.168. Start-up location based services
22.214.171.124. Mobile social networking and UGC
126.96.36.199.1. The importance of instant content
188.8.131.52.2. Content breeds content
184.108.40.206.3. The growth of social networking
Chart 2.1: Popular fixed line Internet activities, 2009-2010
Chart 2.2: Top 10 websites globally by unique visitors
220.127.116.11.4. Mobile social networking and LBA
18.104.22.168. Location based social networks
Figure 2.3: Location based social networks and services funding, June 2010
Figure 2.4: Foursquare location based advertising example
22.214.171.124. Ad-supported mobile gaming
Chart 2.3: Mobile subscribers who have played games at least once during Feb 2009 and Feb 2010 in the US (based on a 3 month average)
Chart 2.4: How many games have smartphone users added to their device, April -May 2010
2.5. Mobile search
2.5.1. The importance of mobile search to advertising
Chart 2.5: Commercial searches Q3 and Q3 2009
2.5.2. Mobile search
126.96.36.199. Mobile search current landscape
Table 2.1: Top 10 search providers in the US, April 2010
188.8.131.52. How does mobile search differ from fixed line search?
184.108.40.206. The importance of mobile search to LBA
220.127.116.11. Mobile local search and directory services
18.104.22.168.1. Mobile local search to grow in demand
22.214.171.124. Importance of maps to mobile local search
126.96.36.199. Voice search
Chart 2.6: Methods of asking for information whilst driving, 2010
188.8.131.52. Picture search and recognition
2.6. Mobile advertising
2.6.1. Mobile advertising grows in demand
Chart 2.7: Mobile advertising revenues, 2009 – 2015
2.7. Mobile advertising acquisitions
Figure 2.5: Google and AdMob methods of mobile advertising
2.8. Mobile LBA technology
2.8.1. Technological advancement to boost LBA prospects
2.8.2. Mobile barcodes
Figure 2.6: 1D and 2D barcode comparison
Figure 2.7: Making a payment via Mobio
2.8.3. NFC (near field communication)
2.8.4. Wireless technologies
Chapter 3: LBA driving factors
3.1. Mobile advertising market trends
3.1.1. Big brand mobile advertising
3.1.2. Advertising media packages
3.2. Ad networks to drive mobile advertising?
3.2.1. Mobile ad inventory
3.3. Mass market drivers to LBA growth
3.3.1. Mobile as first choice communication method
3.3.2. Smartphone market share
184.108.40.206. User interface
Chart 3.1: Operating system share of global web, Dec 09
220.127.116.11. The rise in smartphone sales
Chart 3.2: Mobile phone market share, 2008 and 2009
Chart 3.3: The global smartphone market, Q1 2009 and Q1 2010
Chart 3.4: US smartphone and feature phone market projections, 2008-2011
18.104.22.168. Smartphone advertising
Chart 3.5: Smartphone advertising share in the US, 2010
3.3.4. Mobile Internet penetration
Figure 3.1: Global mobile Internet penetration, 2009
Chart 3.6: Mobile browser activity, June 2009-July 2010
22.214.171.124. Barriers to mobile Internet
3.4. What will drive LBS?
3.4.1. Data consumption
3.4.2. Data pricing
3.4.3. Potential markets
3.4.4. The consumer
126.96.36.199. The mobile demographic
Chart 3.7: Facebook age demographic, 2009 and 2010
188.8.131.52. User profiling
184.108.40.206. The mobile user and advertiser relationship
Chapter 4: Delivering LBA
4.1. User interface
4.2. Fixed line players move to mobile
Chart 4.1: US and UK search engine market share for the fixed line Internet, March 2010
Chart 4.2: US and UK search engine market share for the mobile Internet, June 2009 - July 2010
220.127.116.11. Google mobile search
18.104.22.168. Google's AdWords
22.214.171.124. Google mobile local search
126.96.36.199. Google acquisitions
Chart 4.3: Number of acquisitions by Google, 2001-2010
188.8.131.52.1. Invite Media
184.108.40.206.4. Earlier acquisitions
220.127.116.11.5. GOOG 411
18.104.22.168.6. Google Android
22.214.171.124. The Open Handset Alliance
126.96.36.199. Yahoo mobile search
188.8.131.52. Yahoo maps
184.108.40.206. Yahoo oneSearch
220.127.116.11. Yahoo mobile ad network
18.104.22.168. Yahoo Mobile site submit
22.214.171.124. Yahoo and Microsoft Bing
Chapter 5: Other search vendors
5.1.1. Nokia Mobile Search
5.1.2. Nokia and Navteq
126.96.36.199. Ovi Maps
5.1.3. Nokia and Yahoo
5.4 The Local Data Company
5.5. The Mobile Data Association
5.6. Medio mobile search
5.6.1. Advertising and merchandising
5.7. AirG and mobile social networks
5.9. Sprint's Slifter
Chapter 6: Directory assistance and directory enquiries in LBA
6.3.1. 118 118
6.4. Tele Atlas
Chapter 7: Conclusion
7.1. Mobile LBS
7.2. LBS growth
7.3. Mobile advertising
7.4. Mobile LBA
7.5. LBA growth
7.6. Barriers to mobile LBA
7.7. LBA advantages
7.8. The future of LBA
7.9. The impact of mobile social networking
7.10. Adult content
7.11. Technology to drive mobile LBA
7.11.2. Voice search and LBA
7.11.3. Picture search and recognition
Chapter 8: LBA recommendations
8.1. For operators
8.2. For advertisers
8.3. For search providers
8.4. For handset manufacturers
8.5. For DA/DQ providers
8.6. Recommendation overview
Chapter 9: Analysis and forecast
9.1. LBS growth
Chart 9.1: The overall revenues of the location based services market, 2010-2015
9.3. Ad-funded LBS
Chart 9.2: Percentage of advertising revenue from total app revenue, 2010-2015
9.4. Subscriber figures
Chart 9.3: Total location based services subscriber figures, 2010-2015
9.5. GPS in mobile handsets
Chart 9.4: Number of handsets GPS enabled shipped worldwide, 2010-2015
9.6. Mobile search forecast
9.7. Mobile ad spend
Chart 9.5: US mobile ad spend, 2010-2015
9.8. Mobile ad revenue
Table 9.1: Mobile ad revenue, 2010-2015
Chart 9.1: Mobile ad revenue, 2010-2015
Chart 9.7: Total mobile ad revenue, 2010-2015
9.9. Mobile social networks
Chart 9.8: Mobile communities as a % of total mobile subscribers, 2010-2015
Chart 9.9: Overall location based service subscriber figures
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