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Presented by Airpush, Advertising Week and Mobile Marketing Watch, the 2012 Mobile Advertising Survey is designed to allow agencies, brands, and direct advertisers to share the strategies that have driven high campaign ROI throughout the year as well as their expansion plans for 2013. The results of this study will provide data on the degree that mobile advertising helps brands win and retain consumers when used as part of premium campaigns.
The 2012 Mobile Advertising Survey is open to professionals working in mobile advertising, mobile marketing, agencies, and brand management. The survey will be available between December 3, 2012 and February 1st, 2013 at the following link:
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