High-end brands miss out with static mobile ads in February Vanity Fair app – Luxury Daily
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Lifestyle Asset Group is aiming for an ultra-affluent group database for PortfolioOne, its second-home ownership model in which consumers can become homeowners with unrestricted use of luxury homes in multiple locations.
Luxury brands often find it useful to include videos, mobile commerce or gaming options in tablet advertisements, but this did not seem to be the case in the iPad application for Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair February issue.
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Despite soaring mobile usage and engagement rates, mobile advertising revenue continues to lag significantly behind desktop display. Why is there such a mismatch?