Mobile Carriers Offer New Ways To Capture Users

Nov 03, 2015
By: Marissa Camilli

That is where mobile carriers come into play. By leveraging carrier relationships, Digital Turbine has a platform that can change the way mobile advertisers capture users.

Your user acquisition campaign doesn’t have to follow the traditional approach. Digital Turbine has developed the Ignite technology to provide a preload solution. With our Ignite platform, we work directly with mobile carriers such as Verizon, T-Mobile, US Cellular and more to get the right app to the right person at the right time. Ignite gives mobile advertisers the ability to streamline the app delivery process during the initial phone setup phase. Unlike other preload technologies, Ignite does not disrupt the setup process, and users have the ability to delete any unwanted apps. Mobile advertisers are able to work with top carriers to customize their needs. In doing so, mobile operators can control, manage and monetize the applications once they are preloaded onto the device.

For mobile advertisers, preloading apps provides you with tremendous advantages against your competition. We work with many of the top mobile carriers including a recent partnership with AT&T. With the aid of mobile carriers such as AT&T, Ignite simplifies the process all while providing mobile advertisers with the technology in order to expedite their user acquisition campaign. Ultimately, the way you capture users depends on your goals for your specific app, but the Ignite technology can give you the opportunity to have the right users engaged with your app.

When thinking about a user acquisition campaign, it’s essential to define what is most important. If you are looking to engage users at the time they unbox their new device then you should consider our Ignite preload technology. Ignite not only supports mobile advertisers, but it is a gateway to get your app placed on the hottest devices. Contact us if you’d like more information on preload technology.

Marissa Camilli
By Marissa Camilli
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