Google Ads for smartphones are increasingly being used to deliver adverts.
But, it appears that when it comes to mobile adverts, they’re not the best option.
The new study published by the research firm Nielsen reveals that mobile ads in the UK were being delivered at lower speeds than they were for desktop ads.
And it’s not just ads on mobile devices that are slower.
Other ad networks and ad providers are also slowing down ad delivery to deliver mobile ads.
According to the study, mobile ad delivery rates in the United Kingdom were significantly lower than those in the US, Germany and France.
Mobile ad delivery was also lower in the Netherlands, Spain and France, as well as Australia, the Netherlands and Belgium.
The study’s author, Dr. Jørgen Stolzenberg from Nielsen, said that ad networks had to adapt their processes to deliver ads on different devices.
The UK is one of the countries that is adopting a ‘one device, one ad’ model, which means that mobile ad networks need to adopt new ways of delivering mobile ads, Stolzberg said.
“We have to be able to deliver a mobile ad in different formats on different platforms.
We can’t just deliver ads through Google Ads,” he told The Local.
He added that the UK’s slow ad delivery is also reflected in its low ranking among ad networks.
“For example, in Germany and the Netherlands we are ranking high, but for the UK it is really low.
Stolzer said that in the future, ad networks could also focus on mobile ad speed, to improve the mobile experience for users. “
When you’re trying to deliver something to a lot of people, you have to adapt,” he said.
Stolzer said that in the future, ad networks could also focus on mobile ad speed, to improve the mobile experience for users.
The results of the study can be found in the paper, ‘Mobile Ad Delivery in the EU: Is the Ad Industry in the Crosshairs?’ and it was conducted between November 2016 and March 2017.
The report found that the average mobile ad delivered in the region was 8.4Mbps, with the average download speed for ads being 14.5Mbps.
While this is lower than the top 10 mobile ad providers in the world, it is not that far behind mobile ad rates in other countries, including Australia, Germany, and France where mobile ad speeds are also lower.
Stoltzberg suggested that the ad industry must find a way to make mobile ad ad delivery faster and better.
“It’s the same in every market,” he explained.
“The only way we can achieve faster and smoother delivery is to adapt.
In the UK, there are a number of ad networks that are also trying to improve their ad delivery, with some offering specialised mobile ad packages, such as the ‘Tango’ package which provides a lower download speed and higher upload speed. “
I think the mobile industry is really focused on one thing: delivering the best mobile experience,” Stolberg added.
In the UK, there are a number of ad networks that are also trying to improve their ad delivery, with some offering specialised mobile ad packages, such as the ‘Tango’ package which provides a lower download speed and higher upload speed.
“If we can deliver the best experience, then the market can deliver faster ad delivery,” Stoltzer said.
The research report also found that mobile advertising has also become less relevant as people switch to apps like Facebook Messenger.
“This study shows that mobile advertisers are still very much relevant to the consumer, especially in the context of the social networks and apps that they use to communicate with each other,” Stölsberg said in a press release.
“People are moving away from ad products that are targeted at the traditional ad market and towards the mobile market where people are much more likely to be using social media to communicate.
Mobile advertising has been used for a long time, but this study shows it has become increasingly irrelevant to consumers,” he added.