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Mobile Marketing Strategy Launched


Although still in its infancy mobile marketing is set to become a more powerful advertising force than both Adwords and Adsense. Google is so convinced of this fact that they recently acquired AdMob, a mobile display advertising company based in San Mateo, CA. for a staggering $750 million dollars. AdMob is a great Silicon Valley story — founded in 2006 by Omar Hamoui when he couldn’t find good ways to generate traffic for his mobile site.

Considering an estimated 4.3 billion people around the world own mobile phones just imagine the potential sales revenue a company or individual might generate if they possessed a successful cell phone marketing strategy? Online entrepreneur, Mack Michaels, claims to have done exactly that. His definitive mobile marketing course has already generated over 3 million dollars for 13,000 students over the last seven months.

Indigo, a student from Albuquerque, New Mexico commented: "Wow! Mack you really have something here. I am only using a fraction of what you share, and only in a limited exposure environment, and I made money my first day.”

What is particularly worth noting is that the course focuses on using Admob as the primary channel for cell phone advertising. This is significant in the light of Google’s recent acquisition of the company. The course covers topics like:

• The mindset of potential customers reached via Admob.
• Analysis of the industry.
• Proven Methods that work with cell phone marketing using Admob.
• How to create an Admob campaign step by step.
• Best marketing methods.
• Demonstration for Admob interaction.
• Demonstration for Admob setup.
• Demonstration for creative advertising with Admob

Those who position themselves to take advantage of this embryonic industry look set to reap significant rewards.

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