The global mobile advertising ecosystem has been enjoying strong growth of late, with ad impressions increasing by 23 per cent compared to the end of March to reach almost 105 billion requests by end-June, but it’s still at a very early stage, says Rob Jonas, VP & managing director for Europe & Middle East at mobile ad network InMobi.
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The global mobile advertising ecosystem continued strong growth during the second quarter of 2011. Ad impressions increased by 23 per cent compared to the end of March to reach almost 105 billion requests by end-June, according to independent ad network InMobi.