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2016 GLOBAL MOBILE TRENDS REPORT
INSIGHTS FROM WINNING MOBILE MARKETING CAMPAIGNS
Introduction
The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) and Kantar Millward Brown have, for
the second year, partnered to develop the Global Mobile Trends Report. This
report serves as a resource to help marketers implement more effective mobile
marketing campaigns.
Our objectives were to:
Unearth key mobile marketing trends
The analysis looked across MMA’s Global Smarties and Cannes Mobile Lions finalists to
delineate shared characteristics and identify key trends.
Understand the business impact of a winning mobile campaign versus its
competition & why
In addition, Smarties Award winners were compared to those which were shortlisted as
finalists to understand what defines MMA winners.
2016 Smarties finalists by region
3
Winners
Awarded a gold, silver
or bronze Smarties
Award
North
America
Finalists
Proceeded to the final
round of Smarties
judging
37
22
Latin
America
12 5
EMEA
(Europe, Middle
East, Asia)
13 7 APAC
(Asia Pacific and
China) 25
11
Executive Summary
Mobile marketing has reached a tipping point where great strides in innovation are possible;
technology has the ability to transform the power and impact of mobile campaigns. This year, we see
fascination with the media and strategy, but integration with strong creative is uneven. Even the best
strategy or media must be paired with great creative, as this is how we create engagement, move
audiences and build brand affinity.
To understand industry trends and the characteristics of winning campaigns, we’ve structured this
report in two sections. First, we discuss the digital trends that, when applied, led to strong campaign
execution and can demonstrate to marketers what constitutes a clear path to success in mobile. Then,
we identify strategies that are emerging but remain unevenly applied. While these emerging trends
provide opportunities for marketers, their execution and integration with creative strategy warrant
further improvement.
Across last year’s campaigns, there was a sense that the industry was moving forward and that mobile
had truly matured past unreadable mobile display ads and push notifications. This year, there was a
stronger emphasis on strategy and tactic, but at times to the detriment of the creative. Consequently,
many of the entrants lacked the depth that truly characterizes a great mobile campaign.
We hope that the winning campaigns, tactics and creative showcased in this report encourage you to
push your mobile marketing initiatives to the next level.
Tap into the uniqueness of mobile and the newest technologies to enhance the strength of mobile
creative. Be bold. Be brave. Be smart.
Drive emotional
connections and
solve problems
Great mobile campaigns…
#3
#5
#1 #2
WINNING TRENDS AREAS FOR FOCUS
#6 #4#4 #3
Strive to increase
brand relevance
Choose
immersive,
visually-
compelling ad
formats
Create apps that
are their own
engagement
ecosystem
Set mobile as a
cornerstone,
build with other
channels
Drive change
and social
impact
Leverage
chatbots and
virtual screen
demos as ways
to drive trial
Implement
targeting that’s
more evenly
balanced with
creative quality
Accelerate
adoption of
augmented
and virtual
reality
Gain a better
understanding
of what it
means to drive
engagement
#1 #2
WINNING TRENDS
SIX KEY TRENDS AMONG THIS YEAR’S WINNERS
WINNING TREND #1
Great mobile campaigns strive to increase brand relevance
Aiming to increase brand relevance was a winning
tactic
Brand Relevance is the perception by the consumers that the brand fits in their lives.
Improving brand relevance means an increased focus on the consumer. By adopting and
creating new technology that enhances and enables a new and differentiated brand
experience, the brand can be perceived as personally relevant and unique from its
competitors. Thirty percent of all winners had a strategic goal focused on improving brand
relevance, compared to just one percent of the finalists.
8
Strategic Goal:
% of campaigns with goal to improve brand relevancy
30%1%
finalists winners
9
Dove ‘#LOVEYOURCURLS’ - GOLD, SMARTIES
Dove research shows that “women and girls universally
struggle with their curls at some stage in life and that
traditional standards of beauty can perpetuate issues of
self-confidence.”
The #LOVEYOURCURLS campaign with emoji keyboard
and Twitter Hashflags renewed the relevance of Dove with
‘curlies’ on social media, giving them a place to congregate
and vent about their hair.
Tap into platforms that resonate
with your audiences to re-
establish and bolster brand
relevance.
Be open to using mobile platforms in new ways to
renew your brand’s relevance among your target
Spotify ‘Singles’ – SILVER, SMARTIES
Spotify aimed to differentiate itself in the increasingly
crowded streaming music space.
To that end, Spotify launched Spotify Singles, translating a
user’s personal data into a shareable digital object to
express the user’s musical taste. This also provided a tool
by which they could discover more music based on their
current personal tastes.
WINNING TREND #2
Great mobile campaigns drive emotional connections and solve
problems
Campaigns that addressed a human need or emotion
were more likely to be winners
Great brands drive emotion with strong narrative and creative.
A majority of Smarties Award winners identified addressing a consumer, human or emotional
need as a campaign goal. Comparatively, there was also a notable focus on campaigns
created with a common mobile behavior (e.g. mobile search or video viewing). However,
those campaigns were less likely to be recognized as winners (25% of winners focused on a
common mobile behavior versus 49% of finalists). This distinction means that depth in mobile
is not only effective, but can be more effective than a superficial focus on mobile behavior.
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Strategy:
% of campaigns with goal to address a
consumer / human need or emotion
47%
finalists
67%
winners
Strategy:
% of campaigns focused on a common mobile behavior
49%
finalists
25%
winners
12
AIA Korea ‘A Mother’s First Song’ - 2x GOLD, SMARTIES
A common misperception is that mobile has inherent marketing
limitations – a smaller screen size is wrongly perceived as a difficult
medium to build emotional connections. The AIA Korea’s ‘A Mother’s
First Song’ campaign disproved this. AIA told the story of creating a
human voice to sing happy birthday to the children of a deaf mother.
This campaign brought together a strong narrative, interest,
demographic and behavioral targeting, alongside innovation in voice
creation and strong visual film quality.
In the double award winning campaign, AIA Korea demonstrated how
weaving human emotion into a narrative can deepen audience
engagement and make a brand more relevant in an often difficult-to-
move financial services sector. The campaign yielded both strong brand
results and earned media.
Build a strong story and put the media in service of the
narrative – utilize mobile’s formats and tools to move the
right audience.
Great mobile creative drives emotion and
connection
13
Netshoes ‘Free & Unlimited Internet Access’ – SILVER, SMARTIES
Mobile smartphone and tablet use brings with it inherent consumer
difficulties. In Brazil, mobile phone data is expensive, often forcing
consumers to prioritize their data use because of fear of running short
on data mid-purchase. Seeking to solve this problem for their
customers, Netshoes teamed up with Brazilian mobile phone operators
to establish free, unlimited navigation on its mobile site and app. This
allowed everyone – even those who had run out of data – to browse the
Netshoes site as much as they wanted, for as long as they wanted.
Within four months of the campaign launch, navigation time had
increased by 80% and revenue from the mobile site/app was up 54%.
Identify a practical problem that mobile can solve. Ensure
that there is value in associating your brand with that
solution.
Great mobile creative drives emotion and
connection
WINNING TREND #3
Great campaigns choose immersive, visually-compelling ad
formats
360ᴼ video adoption sets winners apart
360ᴼ video refers to recordings where a view in every direction is captured. The format is shot
using an omni-directional camera or a collection of cameras.
Twitter and Snapchat’s introduction of 360ᴼ video ads offers marketers more accessibility to
this format. As an upshot, increased uptake and innovation of 360ᴼ ads (and videos in
general) will drive more widespread adoption of augmented reality and virtual reality
platforms.
15
Media:
% of campaigns using 360ᴼ video
30%5%
finalists winners
16
Dunkin’ Donuts ‘#WTFast’ – GOLD, SMARTIES
Live video and 360⁰ formats present a massive and mostly
untapped opportunity to engage audiences. Dunkin Donuts
was an early adapter of this technology to enhance
audience engagement.
Dunkin Donuts successfully teased the launch of their
mobile ordering app. The 360⁰ video received over 7 Million
views on Facebook alone.
Pay attention to the newest
video formats available. Be
brave in trying to create a
deeper audience experience
with these new formats.
360ᴼ provided unparalleled access to branded
experiences
Nike ‘Spark Brilliance’ - GOLD/SILVER SMARTIES
Nike’s ‘Spark Brilliance’ emotionally engaged its younger
audience by utilizing 360⁰ video, giving them access to a
locker room speech by Turkish National Team coach, Arda
Turan.
The Spark Brilliance ad received 14 Million views and
became the number one film viewed in Nike Turkey's
football history.
WINNING TREND #4
Great mobile campaigns create their own engagement ecosystem
through apps and sites
While campaigns focused on app launch were down,
winners still utilized apps in mobile campaigns
While submissions with app launches declined from 29% to 8% year to year, mobile websites
and apps are still a fundamental component of a strong mobile presence. Brands that
continue to push the boundaries of branded apps and mobile websites can build strong and
nuanced engagement with audiences. While mobile apps and websites don’t present the
same level of excitement as newer technologies such as augmented and virtual reality, they
provide for a deep, consistent engagement that very few, if any, platforms can match.
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% submissions for launch of app
38%
finalists
50%
winners
% o f campaign’s using mobile app
in campaign
19
Miami Heat New Mobile App – GOLD, SMARTIES
The Miami Heat developed a full-service, customizable app
that generated personalized content for fans and simplified
game day by allowing customers to buy tickets, enter the
arena, and pay for concessions with mobile.
There were over 140,000 daily users during the first season,
spending an average 5:41 per session. The Heat Mobile app
also translated to revenue for the HEAT with users of the
app’s mobile wallet spending 20% more than fans using
cash.
Don’t lose focus on the
fundamentals. Brands must
continue to push the boundaries
in the types of experiences their
apps and websites can provide.
Apps and websites draw the consumer into multi-
layered brand engagements
REI, #OPT OUTSIDE – BRONZE, MOBILE LION
REI’s #OPTOUTSIDE app is a tangible component of the
campaign, urging audiences to eschew Black Friday and go
outside. It provides a visually rich tool for exploring national
parks and the outdoors – both closely aligned with REI’s
mission.
WINNING TREND #5
Great mobile campaigns set mobile as a cornerstone and build
with other channels
Mobile-leading campaigns outperform those where
mobile is just a component
Great mobile campaigns put mobile as the cornerstone.
Some of this year’s most creative campaigns were built from a mobile-first mindset, adding
channels from that as a way to provide a unique perspective and supplemental levels of
brand engagement.
Strategy:
% of mobile-first campaigns
67%48%
finalists winners
22
Nike ‘Spark Brilliance’ - GOLD/SILVER, SMARTIES
Though the cornerstone of Nike’s ‘Spark Brilliance’ was the
360⁰ locker room speech, the campaign also launched on
TV during halftime across Turkish’s primary football
channels. Nike also incorporated an in-store component,
giving free Google cardboard VR headsets to those who
purchased national team jerseys in store.
Consider channel combinations.
How can a mobile-led
experience paired with a
traditional channel provide an
altogether new experience?
Mobile forms a creative cornerstone and can be
bolstered by other channels
Stylight/Shazam ‘Fashion Mag Hijack’ – GOLD, SMARTIES
In fashion mag Hijack, Shazam and Stylight team up to
integrate mobile and print, allowing customers to scan
items seen in the magazine and buy it directly through
Stylight. To do this Shazam bought an ad in the magazine
to use for the Hijack and then scanned all of the images
from the magazine so that they were available in the
Shazam database and could be matched with products.
WINNING TREND #6
Great mobile campaigns drive change and social impact
Campaigns that demonstrate social impact are more
likely to be winners
Social impact is not typically an objective for most mobile campaigns – nor is it usually one of the
intended results. Nonetheless, driving social impact can enhance the quality and weight of
mobile campaigns.
Demonstrable social impact was a winning characteristic both in campaign planning and
campaign effectiveness.
24
Result:
% of campaigns driving social impact
18%7%
finalists winners
25
Stray Notification ‘Disque Denuncia’ – SILVER, SMARTIES
Stray Notification focused on mitigating the issues of stray
bullets and illegal weapons concealed by drug lords in
Brazil. Using geo-location technology to identify people
within affected neighborhoods, they sent targeted text
messages with a hotline number to anonymously report
weapon caches. As a result, the number of hotline tips
increased by 250% and hundreds of arms and ammunition
were recovered.
Leverage mobile’s inherently
personal and portable nature to
be an accessible change agent.
Social impact provides both a creative anchor and a
tangible result
Active Wheel ‘Lo Kar Lo Baat’ – 2x SILVER, SMARTIES
Indian detergent brand Active Wheel facilitated
communication amongst some of the many married Indian
couples living apart through ‘Lo Kar Lo Baat’ (Let’s Talk). A
toll-free number connected the caller to their loved one.
The campaign connected over 8 M couples, and boosted
Active Wheel Top-of-Mind Awareness by 145%.
AREAS FOR GROWTH
FOUR EMERGING AREAS WITH POTENTIAL
GROWTH AREA #1
Leverage chatbots & virtual screen demos as ways to drive trial
Campaign goals have shifted from direct focus on
sales to equity and engagement
For 2016 Smarties entrants, deepening consumer engagement was as important a campaign
objective as increasing sales.
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Campaign Goals
While ‘driving trial’ as a focus has increased, it is
unevenly executed
The number of campaigns with driving trial as a campaign goal was 5x higher in 2016
Nonetheless, there was fairly uneven execution for the strategy. This year, only one campaign
with a strategy of driving trial was recognized with a Gold Smarties Award. The majority of
entries with a driving trial goal were only finalists. This may be driven, in part, by the reliance
on coupons, discounts and the other traditional means of driving trial that are not linked to
overall campaign quality. Instead, the path forward to driving trial appears to be in creating
more compelling pre-experiences with the brand.
29
Goal:
% of campaigns driving trial
Strategy:
Leading with mobile
SilverGold Bronze
1 4 4 15
Finalist
30
Samsung, ‘Try on a Six’ – SILVER & BRONZE, SMARTIES
Samsung and R/GA allowed iPhone owners to experience Samsung with
a virtual on-screen demo that turned their physical devices into a
Galaxy S6. Based on the phone’s movement, users would see videos
about certain features or design elements as well as areas where their
current phone fell short.
Samsung’s ‘Try on a Six’ campaign married innovation and a beautiful
on-screen creative experience. By virtually putting the phone in
consumers’ hands and explaining key features—like an in-store
salesperson would—the execution eliminated a traditional barrier to
sales: users need to hold a Samsung in their hands before they would
ever let go of their iPhones.
The experience drove a 14% conversion rate into the online store and
time on the Samsung site rose from 3 minutes to 7 minutes. This
technology and execution is now part of Samsung’s marketing
repertoire.
Utilize innovations in mobile and the Internet of Things to
provide your audiences with trial experiences, without ever
having to enter a store.
Samsung’s ‘Try on a Six’ sets the standard for using
technology to build an experience
31
Sony Pictures – Goosebumps – BRONZE, SMARTIES
UM and Sony Pictures leveraged AI technology via Facebook Messenger
to converse with consumers in a creative way. They had Slappy, a
popular Goosebumps villain, participate in one-on-one conversations
with consumers, dishing out exclusive content, trailers, and show
times.
Sony Pictures achieved its goal, opening #1 in the box office, ahead of
The Martian. Four organic posts ($0 cost) led to 440+ hours of fan-
generated engagement.
While the execution itself may be one that other advertisers can
replicate, it was the first-of-its-kind initiative that likely precedes a bot
revolution. According to reports from Citigroup, the number of
messenger bots in Facebook’s Messenger grew 70% faster than the
number of apps in Apple’s App Store from the third to sixth month of
operating.
Are Chatbots a fit for your brand? Determine the creative
guardrails to put in place to ensure both an engaging and
effective experience.
Chatbots may prove to be the next generation in
driving trial
GROWTH AREA #2
Gain a better understanding of what it means to drive engagement
While deepening customer engagement as a goal
increased, it did not result in winning campaigns
Deepening customer engagement is another area of increased focus that remains unevenly
applied. This may be due in part to the lack of clarity around what engagement truly is. Is it a
deeper level of attention, a behavior, a share, a like, a creation? Marketers need to be more
deliberate in the sub-goals that they set for engagement to deliver better creative quality
and achieve stronger results.
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Goal:
Deepen consumer engagement
57%
finalists
42%
winners
Goal:
Deepen consumer engagement
34
Sydney Opera House ‘#COMEONIN’ – GOLD, MOBILE LION
The #COMEONIN campaign, a Gold Mobile Lion winner,
shows marketers a multi-faceted strategy for driving
engagement, both brand-driven and user-generated.
Australia’s Sydney Opera House wanted to boost the
number of visitors inside. In a four week campaign, they
used geolocation software to invite Instagrammers to go
inside the Opera House for a custom experience when they
posted a photo of the Sydney Opera House. Those invited
posted and shared their experience, amplifying the Opera
House’s own efforts.
Explore how you can create
opportunities for your audience
to co-create content with your
brand.
Encouraging user-generated content is a means to
amplify media presence and deepen engagement
Atados ‘Donate the Bars’ – GOLD & SILVER, SMARTIES
Similarly, in Atados’ ‘Donate the Bars’ campaign, audiences
utilized the black bars on the side of their uploaded videos
to feature a message from a non-profit or NGO (non
governmental organization). In effect, their user-generated
content provided an advertising opportunity to the
participating non-profits and NGOs.
GROWTH AREA #3
Implement targeting that’s more evenly balanced with creative quality
Though new types of targeting are being used, they
do not yet yield demonstrable differences in quality
Entrants this year eagerly moved beyond using just behavior-based targeting to reach
audiences. The number of finalists and winners utilizing location-based, time-based or app-
based targeting more than doubled. Nonetheless, across these groups only app-based
targeting was a distinguishing factor between finalists and winners, underscoring that
targeting standing alone does not drive campaign quality.
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Targeting types used
GROWTH AREA #4
Accelerate adoption of augmented and virtual reality
We’ve only just begun to achieve creative greatness
with reality platforms and we’re not yet at scale
While augmented and virtual reality are undoubtedly the most exciting mobile technology
this year, it is neither at scale nor has it reached the pinnacle of its creative potential. while
winners were more likely to use augmented or virtual reality platforms compared to last year,
very few campaigns used it in a truly meaningful way. Compared to last year’s Volvo XC90
campaign, there was not any one campaign that integrated strong creative with an virtual/
augmented strategy.
38
% of Campaigns utilizing augmented or virtual reality platforms
16%9%
finalists winners
39
New York Times, CANNES MOBILE GRAND PRIX
When the T Brand Studio of the New York Times won the Cannes
Mobile Grand Prix for mobile for their Augmented and Virtual Reality
submissions, AdWeek questioned whether this was “A 'Wright Brothers
Moment' for Mobile?” While we still believe that scalable AR/VR
advertising will be a watershed moment for mobile, we do not yet see it
as fait accompli.
T Brand Studios offer marketers an incredible opportunity to
revolutionize how their brand’s story is told, but the reality is for most
consumers AR/VR is an expensive technology that is not yet accessible
to them. Marketers and their technology partners still must work
towards a VR that is more accessible and offers higher quality visual
content beyond that available through Google Cardboard. T Brand
Studios is a starting point, but now the industry must catch up.
Aim to integrate augmented and virtual reality elements
into your mobile campaign, but not at the expense of the
narrative or creative strength.
The New York Times reality work showcases
capabilities, but now marketers must adopt
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5 directives for succeeding in mobile
AmplifyIdentify BuildFocus Lead
Identify your
creative core,
the values or
brand purpose
that will build
brand relevance
and facilitate a
deeper
connection with
your audience.
Amplify the
effectiveness of
mobile creative
through well
placed and well
targeted media.
Build a human
connection and
deliver a
narrative that
utilizes strong
visuals and
immersive
formats to draw
the audience
into the mobile
experience.
Lead with
mobile; strong
campaigns start
with mobile and
pull in other
channels.
Focus on ROI.
Mobile is no
longer an add-
on, it’s a channel
that drives ROI.
Strong mobile
campaigns
deliver financial
and brand
impact.
Questions?
Sheryl.Daija@mmaglobal.com
Joline.McGoldrick@millwardbrown.com
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2016 42 11 19 15
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MMA global mobile trends report 2016

  • 1. 2016 GLOBAL MOBILE TRENDS REPORT INSIGHTS FROM WINNING MOBILE MARKETING CAMPAIGNS
  • 2. Introduction The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) and Kantar Millward Brown have, for the second year, partnered to develop the Global Mobile Trends Report. This report serves as a resource to help marketers implement more effective mobile marketing campaigns. Our objectives were to: Unearth key mobile marketing trends The analysis looked across MMA’s Global Smarties and Cannes Mobile Lions finalists to delineate shared characteristics and identify key trends. Understand the business impact of a winning mobile campaign versus its competition & why In addition, Smarties Award winners were compared to those which were shortlisted as finalists to understand what defines MMA winners.
  • 3. 2016 Smarties finalists by region 3 Winners Awarded a gold, silver or bronze Smarties Award North America Finalists Proceeded to the final round of Smarties judging 37 22 Latin America 12 5 EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Asia) 13 7 APAC (Asia Pacific and China) 25 11
  • 4. Executive Summary Mobile marketing has reached a tipping point where great strides in innovation are possible; technology has the ability to transform the power and impact of mobile campaigns. This year, we see fascination with the media and strategy, but integration with strong creative is uneven. Even the best strategy or media must be paired with great creative, as this is how we create engagement, move audiences and build brand affinity. To understand industry trends and the characteristics of winning campaigns, we’ve structured this report in two sections. First, we discuss the digital trends that, when applied, led to strong campaign execution and can demonstrate to marketers what constitutes a clear path to success in mobile. Then, we identify strategies that are emerging but remain unevenly applied. While these emerging trends provide opportunities for marketers, their execution and integration with creative strategy warrant further improvement. Across last year’s campaigns, there was a sense that the industry was moving forward and that mobile had truly matured past unreadable mobile display ads and push notifications. This year, there was a stronger emphasis on strategy and tactic, but at times to the detriment of the creative. Consequently, many of the entrants lacked the depth that truly characterizes a great mobile campaign. We hope that the winning campaigns, tactics and creative showcased in this report encourage you to push your mobile marketing initiatives to the next level. Tap into the uniqueness of mobile and the newest technologies to enhance the strength of mobile creative. Be bold. Be brave. Be smart.
  • 5. Drive emotional connections and solve problems Great mobile campaigns… #3 #5 #1 #2 WINNING TRENDS AREAS FOR FOCUS #6 #4#4 #3 Strive to increase brand relevance Choose immersive, visually- compelling ad formats Create apps that are their own engagement ecosystem Set mobile as a cornerstone, build with other channels Drive change and social impact Leverage chatbots and virtual screen demos as ways to drive trial Implement targeting that’s more evenly balanced with creative quality Accelerate adoption of augmented and virtual reality Gain a better understanding of what it means to drive engagement #1 #2
  • 6. WINNING TRENDS SIX KEY TRENDS AMONG THIS YEAR’S WINNERS
  • 7. WINNING TREND #1 Great mobile campaigns strive to increase brand relevance
  • 8. Aiming to increase brand relevance was a winning tactic Brand Relevance is the perception by the consumers that the brand fits in their lives. Improving brand relevance means an increased focus on the consumer. By adopting and creating new technology that enhances and enables a new and differentiated brand experience, the brand can be perceived as personally relevant and unique from its competitors. Thirty percent of all winners had a strategic goal focused on improving brand relevance, compared to just one percent of the finalists. 8 Strategic Goal: % of campaigns with goal to improve brand relevancy 30%1% finalists winners
  • 9. 9 Dove ‘#LOVEYOURCURLS’ - GOLD, SMARTIES Dove research shows that “women and girls universally struggle with their curls at some stage in life and that traditional standards of beauty can perpetuate issues of self-confidence.” The #LOVEYOURCURLS campaign with emoji keyboard and Twitter Hashflags renewed the relevance of Dove with ‘curlies’ on social media, giving them a place to congregate and vent about their hair. Tap into platforms that resonate with your audiences to re- establish and bolster brand relevance. Be open to using mobile platforms in new ways to renew your brand’s relevance among your target Spotify ‘Singles’ – SILVER, SMARTIES Spotify aimed to differentiate itself in the increasingly crowded streaming music space. To that end, Spotify launched Spotify Singles, translating a user’s personal data into a shareable digital object to express the user’s musical taste. This also provided a tool by which they could discover more music based on their current personal tastes.
  • 10. WINNING TREND #2 Great mobile campaigns drive emotional connections and solve problems
  • 11. Campaigns that addressed a human need or emotion were more likely to be winners Great brands drive emotion with strong narrative and creative. A majority of Smarties Award winners identified addressing a consumer, human or emotional need as a campaign goal. Comparatively, there was also a notable focus on campaigns created with a common mobile behavior (e.g. mobile search or video viewing). However, those campaigns were less likely to be recognized as winners (25% of winners focused on a common mobile behavior versus 49% of finalists). This distinction means that depth in mobile is not only effective, but can be more effective than a superficial focus on mobile behavior. 11 Strategy: % of campaigns with goal to address a consumer / human need or emotion 47% finalists 67% winners Strategy: % of campaigns focused on a common mobile behavior 49% finalists 25% winners
  • 12. 12 AIA Korea ‘A Mother’s First Song’ - 2x GOLD, SMARTIES A common misperception is that mobile has inherent marketing limitations – a smaller screen size is wrongly perceived as a difficult medium to build emotional connections. The AIA Korea’s ‘A Mother’s First Song’ campaign disproved this. AIA told the story of creating a human voice to sing happy birthday to the children of a deaf mother. This campaign brought together a strong narrative, interest, demographic and behavioral targeting, alongside innovation in voice creation and strong visual film quality. In the double award winning campaign, AIA Korea demonstrated how weaving human emotion into a narrative can deepen audience engagement and make a brand more relevant in an often difficult-to- move financial services sector. The campaign yielded both strong brand results and earned media. Build a strong story and put the media in service of the narrative – utilize mobile’s formats and tools to move the right audience. Great mobile creative drives emotion and connection
  • 13. 13 Netshoes ‘Free & Unlimited Internet Access’ – SILVER, SMARTIES Mobile smartphone and tablet use brings with it inherent consumer difficulties. In Brazil, mobile phone data is expensive, often forcing consumers to prioritize their data use because of fear of running short on data mid-purchase. Seeking to solve this problem for their customers, Netshoes teamed up with Brazilian mobile phone operators to establish free, unlimited navigation on its mobile site and app. This allowed everyone – even those who had run out of data – to browse the Netshoes site as much as they wanted, for as long as they wanted. Within four months of the campaign launch, navigation time had increased by 80% and revenue from the mobile site/app was up 54%. Identify a practical problem that mobile can solve. Ensure that there is value in associating your brand with that solution. Great mobile creative drives emotion and connection
  • 14. WINNING TREND #3 Great campaigns choose immersive, visually-compelling ad formats
  • 15. 360ᴼ video adoption sets winners apart 360ᴼ video refers to recordings where a view in every direction is captured. The format is shot using an omni-directional camera or a collection of cameras. Twitter and Snapchat’s introduction of 360ᴼ video ads offers marketers more accessibility to this format. As an upshot, increased uptake and innovation of 360ᴼ ads (and videos in general) will drive more widespread adoption of augmented reality and virtual reality platforms. 15 Media: % of campaigns using 360ᴼ video 30%5% finalists winners
  • 16. 16 Dunkin’ Donuts ‘#WTFast’ – GOLD, SMARTIES Live video and 360⁰ formats present a massive and mostly untapped opportunity to engage audiences. Dunkin Donuts was an early adapter of this technology to enhance audience engagement. Dunkin Donuts successfully teased the launch of their mobile ordering app. The 360⁰ video received over 7 Million views on Facebook alone. Pay attention to the newest video formats available. Be brave in trying to create a deeper audience experience with these new formats. 360ᴼ provided unparalleled access to branded experiences Nike ‘Spark Brilliance’ - GOLD/SILVER SMARTIES Nike’s ‘Spark Brilliance’ emotionally engaged its younger audience by utilizing 360⁰ video, giving them access to a locker room speech by Turkish National Team coach, Arda Turan. The Spark Brilliance ad received 14 Million views and became the number one film viewed in Nike Turkey's football history.
  • 17. WINNING TREND #4 Great mobile campaigns create their own engagement ecosystem through apps and sites
  • 18. While campaigns focused on app launch were down, winners still utilized apps in mobile campaigns While submissions with app launches declined from 29% to 8% year to year, mobile websites and apps are still a fundamental component of a strong mobile presence. Brands that continue to push the boundaries of branded apps and mobile websites can build strong and nuanced engagement with audiences. While mobile apps and websites don’t present the same level of excitement as newer technologies such as augmented and virtual reality, they provide for a deep, consistent engagement that very few, if any, platforms can match. 18 % submissions for launch of app 38% finalists 50% winners % o f campaign’s using mobile app in campaign
  • 19. 19 Miami Heat New Mobile App – GOLD, SMARTIES The Miami Heat developed a full-service, customizable app that generated personalized content for fans and simplified game day by allowing customers to buy tickets, enter the arena, and pay for concessions with mobile. There were over 140,000 daily users during the first season, spending an average 5:41 per session. The Heat Mobile app also translated to revenue for the HEAT with users of the app’s mobile wallet spending 20% more than fans using cash. Don’t lose focus on the fundamentals. Brands must continue to push the boundaries in the types of experiences their apps and websites can provide. Apps and websites draw the consumer into multi- layered brand engagements REI, #OPT OUTSIDE – BRONZE, MOBILE LION REI’s #OPTOUTSIDE app is a tangible component of the campaign, urging audiences to eschew Black Friday and go outside. It provides a visually rich tool for exploring national parks and the outdoors – both closely aligned with REI’s mission.
  • 20. WINNING TREND #5 Great mobile campaigns set mobile as a cornerstone and build with other channels
  • 21. Mobile-leading campaigns outperform those where mobile is just a component Great mobile campaigns put mobile as the cornerstone. Some of this year’s most creative campaigns were built from a mobile-first mindset, adding channels from that as a way to provide a unique perspective and supplemental levels of brand engagement. Strategy: % of mobile-first campaigns 67%48% finalists winners
  • 22. 22 Nike ‘Spark Brilliance’ - GOLD/SILVER, SMARTIES Though the cornerstone of Nike’s ‘Spark Brilliance’ was the 360⁰ locker room speech, the campaign also launched on TV during halftime across Turkish’s primary football channels. Nike also incorporated an in-store component, giving free Google cardboard VR headsets to those who purchased national team jerseys in store. Consider channel combinations. How can a mobile-led experience paired with a traditional channel provide an altogether new experience? Mobile forms a creative cornerstone and can be bolstered by other channels Stylight/Shazam ‘Fashion Mag Hijack’ – GOLD, SMARTIES In fashion mag Hijack, Shazam and Stylight team up to integrate mobile and print, allowing customers to scan items seen in the magazine and buy it directly through Stylight. To do this Shazam bought an ad in the magazine to use for the Hijack and then scanned all of the images from the magazine so that they were available in the Shazam database and could be matched with products.
  • 23. WINNING TREND #6 Great mobile campaigns drive change and social impact
  • 24. Campaigns that demonstrate social impact are more likely to be winners Social impact is not typically an objective for most mobile campaigns – nor is it usually one of the intended results. Nonetheless, driving social impact can enhance the quality and weight of mobile campaigns. Demonstrable social impact was a winning characteristic both in campaign planning and campaign effectiveness. 24 Result: % of campaigns driving social impact 18%7% finalists winners
  • 25. 25 Stray Notification ‘Disque Denuncia’ – SILVER, SMARTIES Stray Notification focused on mitigating the issues of stray bullets and illegal weapons concealed by drug lords in Brazil. Using geo-location technology to identify people within affected neighborhoods, they sent targeted text messages with a hotline number to anonymously report weapon caches. As a result, the number of hotline tips increased by 250% and hundreds of arms and ammunition were recovered. Leverage mobile’s inherently personal and portable nature to be an accessible change agent. Social impact provides both a creative anchor and a tangible result Active Wheel ‘Lo Kar Lo Baat’ – 2x SILVER, SMARTIES Indian detergent brand Active Wheel facilitated communication amongst some of the many married Indian couples living apart through ‘Lo Kar Lo Baat’ (Let’s Talk). A toll-free number connected the caller to their loved one. The campaign connected over 8 M couples, and boosted Active Wheel Top-of-Mind Awareness by 145%.
  • 26. AREAS FOR GROWTH FOUR EMERGING AREAS WITH POTENTIAL
  • 27. GROWTH AREA #1 Leverage chatbots & virtual screen demos as ways to drive trial
  • 28. Campaign goals have shifted from direct focus on sales to equity and engagement For 2016 Smarties entrants, deepening consumer engagement was as important a campaign objective as increasing sales. 28 Campaign Goals
  • 29. While ‘driving trial’ as a focus has increased, it is unevenly executed The number of campaigns with driving trial as a campaign goal was 5x higher in 2016 Nonetheless, there was fairly uneven execution for the strategy. This year, only one campaign with a strategy of driving trial was recognized with a Gold Smarties Award. The majority of entries with a driving trial goal were only finalists. This may be driven, in part, by the reliance on coupons, discounts and the other traditional means of driving trial that are not linked to overall campaign quality. Instead, the path forward to driving trial appears to be in creating more compelling pre-experiences with the brand. 29 Goal: % of campaigns driving trial Strategy: Leading with mobile SilverGold Bronze 1 4 4 15 Finalist
  • 30. 30 Samsung, ‘Try on a Six’ – SILVER & BRONZE, SMARTIES Samsung and R/GA allowed iPhone owners to experience Samsung with a virtual on-screen demo that turned their physical devices into a Galaxy S6. Based on the phone’s movement, users would see videos about certain features or design elements as well as areas where their current phone fell short. Samsung’s ‘Try on a Six’ campaign married innovation and a beautiful on-screen creative experience. By virtually putting the phone in consumers’ hands and explaining key features—like an in-store salesperson would—the execution eliminated a traditional barrier to sales: users need to hold a Samsung in their hands before they would ever let go of their iPhones. The experience drove a 14% conversion rate into the online store and time on the Samsung site rose from 3 minutes to 7 minutes. This technology and execution is now part of Samsung’s marketing repertoire. Utilize innovations in mobile and the Internet of Things to provide your audiences with trial experiences, without ever having to enter a store. Samsung’s ‘Try on a Six’ sets the standard for using technology to build an experience
  • 31. 31 Sony Pictures – Goosebumps – BRONZE, SMARTIES UM and Sony Pictures leveraged AI technology via Facebook Messenger to converse with consumers in a creative way. They had Slappy, a popular Goosebumps villain, participate in one-on-one conversations with consumers, dishing out exclusive content, trailers, and show times. Sony Pictures achieved its goal, opening #1 in the box office, ahead of The Martian. Four organic posts ($0 cost) led to 440+ hours of fan- generated engagement. While the execution itself may be one that other advertisers can replicate, it was the first-of-its-kind initiative that likely precedes a bot revolution. According to reports from Citigroup, the number of messenger bots in Facebook’s Messenger grew 70% faster than the number of apps in Apple’s App Store from the third to sixth month of operating. Are Chatbots a fit for your brand? Determine the creative guardrails to put in place to ensure both an engaging and effective experience. Chatbots may prove to be the next generation in driving trial
  • 32. GROWTH AREA #2 Gain a better understanding of what it means to drive engagement
  • 33. While deepening customer engagement as a goal increased, it did not result in winning campaigns Deepening customer engagement is another area of increased focus that remains unevenly applied. This may be due in part to the lack of clarity around what engagement truly is. Is it a deeper level of attention, a behavior, a share, a like, a creation? Marketers need to be more deliberate in the sub-goals that they set for engagement to deliver better creative quality and achieve stronger results. 33 Goal: Deepen consumer engagement 57% finalists 42% winners Goal: Deepen consumer engagement
  • 34. 34 Sydney Opera House ‘#COMEONIN’ – GOLD, MOBILE LION The #COMEONIN campaign, a Gold Mobile Lion winner, shows marketers a multi-faceted strategy for driving engagement, both brand-driven and user-generated. Australia’s Sydney Opera House wanted to boost the number of visitors inside. In a four week campaign, they used geolocation software to invite Instagrammers to go inside the Opera House for a custom experience when they posted a photo of the Sydney Opera House. Those invited posted and shared their experience, amplifying the Opera House’s own efforts. Explore how you can create opportunities for your audience to co-create content with your brand. Encouraging user-generated content is a means to amplify media presence and deepen engagement Atados ‘Donate the Bars’ – GOLD & SILVER, SMARTIES Similarly, in Atados’ ‘Donate the Bars’ campaign, audiences utilized the black bars on the side of their uploaded videos to feature a message from a non-profit or NGO (non governmental organization). In effect, their user-generated content provided an advertising opportunity to the participating non-profits and NGOs.
  • 35. GROWTH AREA #3 Implement targeting that’s more evenly balanced with creative quality
  • 36. Though new types of targeting are being used, they do not yet yield demonstrable differences in quality Entrants this year eagerly moved beyond using just behavior-based targeting to reach audiences. The number of finalists and winners utilizing location-based, time-based or app- based targeting more than doubled. Nonetheless, across these groups only app-based targeting was a distinguishing factor between finalists and winners, underscoring that targeting standing alone does not drive campaign quality. 36 Targeting types used
  • 37. GROWTH AREA #4 Accelerate adoption of augmented and virtual reality
  • 38. We’ve only just begun to achieve creative greatness with reality platforms and we’re not yet at scale While augmented and virtual reality are undoubtedly the most exciting mobile technology this year, it is neither at scale nor has it reached the pinnacle of its creative potential. while winners were more likely to use augmented or virtual reality platforms compared to last year, very few campaigns used it in a truly meaningful way. Compared to last year’s Volvo XC90 campaign, there was not any one campaign that integrated strong creative with an virtual/ augmented strategy. 38 % of Campaigns utilizing augmented or virtual reality platforms 16%9% finalists winners
  • 39. 39 New York Times, CANNES MOBILE GRAND PRIX When the T Brand Studio of the New York Times won the Cannes Mobile Grand Prix for mobile for their Augmented and Virtual Reality submissions, AdWeek questioned whether this was “A 'Wright Brothers Moment' for Mobile?” While we still believe that scalable AR/VR advertising will be a watershed moment for mobile, we do not yet see it as fait accompli. T Brand Studios offer marketers an incredible opportunity to revolutionize how their brand’s story is told, but the reality is for most consumers AR/VR is an expensive technology that is not yet accessible to them. Marketers and their technology partners still must work towards a VR that is more accessible and offers higher quality visual content beyond that available through Google Cardboard. T Brand Studios is a starting point, but now the industry must catch up. Aim to integrate augmented and virtual reality elements into your mobile campaign, but not at the expense of the narrative or creative strength. The New York Times reality work showcases capabilities, but now marketers must adopt
  • 40. 40 5 directives for succeeding in mobile AmplifyIdentify BuildFocus Lead Identify your creative core, the values or brand purpose that will build brand relevance and facilitate a deeper connection with your audience. Amplify the effectiveness of mobile creative through well placed and well targeted media. Build a human connection and deliver a narrative that utilizes strong visuals and immersive formats to draw the audience into the mobile experience. Lead with mobile; strong campaigns start with mobile and pull in other channels. Focus on ROI. Mobile is no longer an add- on, it’s a channel that drives ROI. Strong mobile campaigns deliver financial and brand impact.
  • 43.       Finalists Gold Silver Bronze 2015 34 12 12 13 2016 42 11 19 15 9/30/2016 Proprietary & Confidential43