Even as the mobile advertising ecosystem expands, the situation of mobile ad fraud continues to remain a constant problem in the equation. According to a recent study, advertisers are most likely to lose around $7.2 billion globally by the end of 2016 due to the rising cases of impression fraud, click fraud and install fraud.
This is a major concern as nowadays, most of the mobile ad spends are based on a CPI model. In fact, other cost models like PPC, PPM, CPR, CPT, etc. are also no exception to this problem as fraudsters are always looking for new tactics to break through the security vault and steal money from advertisers.
In our last blog, we looked at how messenger apps are embracing the ‘bots’ feature and emerging as one of the most promising platforms for m-commerce.
With millions of live user conversations and the inclusion of additional functionalities, popular messenger apps like Facebook Messenger, WeChat, Kik, Line, and Telegram have stepped into a new phase of transition.
Even though most of these messenger apps have stepped up their game by preparing their own bot-spaceships, it is quite obvious to state that Facebook has the biggest advantage here.
With a large number of active users spread across the world, messaging apps are slowly emerging as one of the most promising platforms for m-commerce. According to a study conducted by the global research firm TNS, almost 55% of global internet users are highly active on messaging apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and the popular China-based messaging app, WeChat. The…