Matthew Miller
Sep 17, 2021

Three-quarters of marketers claim they're 'mobile-first': Research

TOP OF THE CHARTS: Only 7% of marketers admit they're not using a mobile-first strategy, according to research by Warc and the Mobile Marketing Association.

Three-quarters of marketers claim they're 'mobile-first': Research

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Source: Architecting the Future of Marketing in APAC: The Use of Mobile in the Digital Marketing Mix, a report from Warc in association with the MMA. The report is based on a July and August 2021 online survey of 466 marketing professionals based in APAC, a mix of client-side, agency, media-owner and technology-vendor marketers.

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  • Nearly three in four respondents (72%) are expecting their mobile budget to increase this year. Last year only half said the same (48%).
  • Nine-tenths (89%) of respondents are using social in their mobile marketing strategy and, on average, a third of the mobile budget goes toward social.
  • YouTube, Facebook and Instagram are the biggest platforms for display marketing, while TikTok is dominating partnership marketing.
  • Nearly nine in 10 marketers have experienced improved m-commerce capabilities and three fifths of respondents have named commerce as the most significant consumer behaviour in 2021.
  • Even though the end of the third-party cookie has been delayed, three in five marketers are predicting an impact to their business by the 'death' of the cookie.
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