Google Mobile Showcases 26 Dot Two at MobileBeat 2010
July 13, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News26 Dot Two's breakthrough mobile advertising campaigns were showcased by Google Mobile (AdMob) at this year's MobileBeat 2010. The two-day conference (July 12-13, 2010, The Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA) brought together leaders from the mobile phone world-carriers, device makers, and software developers-to debate, discuss, and wheel-and-deal in the "Age of the Superphone."
26 Dot Two's cutting-edge mobile strategy and creative for Whole Foods Market were highlighted as a "best practice" by Brendon Kraham, Senior Director of Ad Sales for Google Mobile in his talk on "Mobile Advertising in a Cross-Platform World."
"It's a real credit to 26 Dot Two's team and clients that our consumer planning process and its impact in the mobile space are being acknowledged by the undisputed leader in mobile advertising," says Chris Beck, 26 Dot Two's Chief Vision Officer. "Our core mission is to deliver effective messaging that connects with consumers no matter what media they are utilizing or how they are consuming it. We're thrilled with the work we have done with AdMob to create customized messaging for each user platform-Blackberry, iPhone, and Android-as well as for the day of week and time of day. We're both honored-not to mention totally psyched-to be recognized by such an amazing vendor as Google Mobile."
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For more information on 26 Dot Two: www.26dottwo.com
About 26 Dot Two: The media insiders at 26 Dot Two are savvy strategists who identify, interpret, and capitalize on trends with lightening speed and accuracy. They know what gets attention in today's Media ADD marketplace and create integrated media investments that don't just engage consumers-they convert them. They have decades of experience with retail, CPG, and technology and a solid track record groundbreaking, out-of-the-box strategies that connect with specific consumer targets, geographic groups, and first-preference users. The Twitter version of the 26 Dot Two story? Simple. They get results.