The report was based on data from a survey of 120+ marketers who work for app development firms.
Some 55% of respondents rate full-screen video ads as moderately or most effective in encouraging app installs.
Other highly rated methods include in-feed video ads (41% of respondents rate as moderately or most effective) and social video ads (40%).
Marketers' budgets map closely to perceived channel effectiveness. The highest-rated approaches for driving app installs (full-screen video ads, in-feed video ads, and social video ads) also received the greatest share of spend:
Respondents say the top targeting parameters for user acquisition (UA) app marketing campaigns are geography and operating system (OS):
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 120+ marketers who work for app development firms.
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