In 2016, moments evolved. In this special end-of-year edition of the M.I.C. Drop, we share 2016’s moment trends and a preview of 2017’s moments-based innovations for brands inspired by our 2017 predictions for the momentsphere. Download the report now!
Wish you could know more about your app users? Good app developers are always seeking more insights about their users in order to improve their app. What features do your users love? Why do users uninstall? What do they think about your advertising strategy? We surveyed over 50,000 app users across the Kiip network, with our new survey product, to get feedback on some of these important topics.
In this special interview, Kabir Mathur, Head of Business Development at Kiip chats with Charles McKeever at Corona Labs to talk about how developers can take advantage of key moments in their game to deliver relevant, branded rewards to players. As Kabir points out, Kiip isn’t just for games. Productivity and niche apps can use Kiip as well. Kabir also shares two ways developers are creating a sense of urgency when presenting rewards.
Kiip works with thousands of developers, so it only makes sense for us to interview the masterminds behind the apps we integrate into. In this Q&A we meet Bradley Duong, the co-founder of Zen Labs Fitness and the popular app C25K (Couch to 5k). Check out Bradley’s responses below about the lessons he’s learned while developing and monetizing his app.
In this edition of Meet a Kiiper we chatted with James Grady. James is our office vegan and probably the world’s most active gamer. He does crazy things like run for fun.
In this month’s M.I.C. Drop, we dove deep into New Year’s resolutions. We found out what our user’s resolutions are, how much their willing to spend to succeed in these resolutions and how long they expect to last on their journey. Want to know what we found? Download the full report to find out!
Imagine you’re playing your favorite puzzle game. You know you’re close to completing the level, but right now…you’re stuck. You can get a hint for watching a 30 second sponsored video, do you take it? Yes.
Across the Kiip network, mobile users engage 2x more with rewards paired with video than rewards with static images. U.S. adults spend about 5.5 hours of their time per day viewing video. Time is money. So why aren’t we rewarding users for their time spent viewing video with something they value?