We’re Bringing Haptics to HTML Mobile Video Ads

Increase your mobile ad effectiveness with haptics. Immersion is making it easier than ever for advertisers to incorporate haptic effects into mobile advertisements on Android devices. Our Haptic Ad Service is the first, all-in-one solution offering advertisers the ability to add touch effects to HTML mobile video ads. Feel the Action. Requires a Chrome browser on an… Read more »

Using touch, or haptics, in mobile content offers viewers the immersive experience that brands crave to deliver to consumers.

And campaign metrics show that after experiencing video ads enhanced by Immersion’s TouchSense® haptic technology, consumers are excited and want more. Immersion works with advertisers and ad networks to deliver impactful, tactile experiences that their customers can feel.  And their results are impressive. Ads with haptics Carry strong message pull through Improve recall by emphasizing… Read more »

Reaching the always-on, app-centric millennial audience

Engagement is key, and technological advancements in smartphones, including haptics, voice recognition and camera phones, have revolutionized the way in which millennials engage with their devices. – Jason Patton, vice president and general manager or content and media business at Immersion in How to reach the always-on, app-centric millennial audience, Mobile Marketer In an article last… Read more »

Mobile Video Advertising with Tactile Effects

Immersion and Opera Mediaworks launch mobile video advertising with tactile effects. Opera Mediaworks and Immersion launches touch-enabled mobile advertising on Opera Mediaworks’ ad platform.  In partnership with Stoli® Vodka and Horizon Media, the first ad creative to launch with this capability is “Stoli: THE Vodka” campaign – an animation with a woman shaking a Stoli… Read more »

No Longer A“Fat-Fingered” Mistake: Rethinking the Banner Ad

“It’s time for the banner ad to go!” You’ve probably been hearing this for what feels like decades. Ever since the banner ad made its first appearance in 1994, we’ve been accidentally clicking on those pesky, flashing pictures for far too long. As digital marketers migrate from desktop to mobile, designers and media planners are… Read more »