Mobile advertising, does it worth using to promote an online business?
To me, it appears it is not a targeted form of advertising, I mean the possibility of reaching targeted audience is low. If there is a way out, then let us share.
I would say yes. The mobile market is huge right now with the increasing amount of cell phone use. People use the Internet from their mobile phones just as much as they use it from their personal computers, if not more. I think it's well worth the investment.
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