The iOS vs Android monetization battle and other mobile advertising trends

This post is part of the Digiday Partner Program and is brought to you by Opera Mediaworks.

Opera Mediaworks recently released their State of Mobile Advertising, Q3 2013 Report. The report identifies three main trends that emerged in Q3 and will set the tone for 2014:

• Steady growth, throughout the year, of mobile web activity
• Wider range of site categories are monetizing ad inventory and more segmentation is taking place within specific categories
• Apple and Android continue to battle for smartphone dominance, with iOS devices taking the lead in impressions served and in monetization

Hear Mahi De Silva, CEO, Opera Mediaworks discuss the findings from the State of Mobile Advertising, Q3 2013 Report.

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