December's Top Mobile Advertisers

Jan 20, 2015 3:10:36 PM

Advertisers amped up their mobile game during the holidays to prepare for a purchasing influx shaking up the top 5 mobile advertiser rankings a bit. Amazon was the top mobile advertiser in November and fell to #22 in December, followed by Zulily (#2 November, #7 December) and Life Technologies Corporation (#3 November, #18 December).

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1. AT&T

When you're using your last generation smartphone to browse for holiday gifts (or Facebook), why not tease you with new phone offers so you can finally get that upgrade? AT&T went big for the holidays outperforming everyone on mobile with 226 unique creatives seen throughout the month. With 53% of total ad impressions purchased through ad networks, the top sites for the telecomm giant were, and


2. LowerMyBills, Inc.

LowerMyBills upped their mobile strategy (and their ranking-by 2 spots from November) while you were browsing deals on your phone and most likely spending money on presents for friends & family.  We detected 235 unique creatives across an average of 216 sites per day. 92% of their total impressions were purchased through ad networks and the top sites for the month were, and

lowermybills_mobile2_dec 3. JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Also coming at #3 on our top desktop advertisers list for December, JP Morgan released 62 unique creatives across an average of 29 sites per day (these numbers being significantly lower than that of AT&T and LowerMyBills).  Going almost entirely direct (97% of total purchased impressions),, and were the top 3 sites targeted.


4. Ford Dealer Associations

Auto retailers have realized by now that if they're not on mobile, they're missing out because 32% of shoppers are on multiple screens and that number is expected to jump to 52% by 2017 says MediaPost.  89 unique creatives were detected across an average of 37 sites per day with the top 3 sites being, and 53% of all of Ford Dealer Association's impressions were purchased directly, 43% through ad networks, 2% through DSPs and 1% through exchanges.


5. Volkswagen

 Like Ford Dealer Associations, Volkswagen got mobile fever for the holiday season jumping 11 spots up the list from the previous month.  Also with 53% of impressions purchased direct, the top sites for the auto company were, and  Volkswagen released 45 unique creatives across an average of 4 sites per day.



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Jordan Kramer

Written by Jordan Kramer

An out-of-the-box thinker with a love for disruptive ideas, Jordan's background spans PR and events for the wedding & hospitality industry in Los Angeles and Scottsdale and also launching one of America's most unique food trucks. She jumped from the food start-up scene to the tech start-up scene in 2013 to join one of the most unique companies in ad tech. Jordan is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.

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