Mobile Media Agency Launches

The mobile sector has another dedicated mobile media planning and buying agency with this weeks official launch of RingRing Media. The companys founders, Ben Tatton-Brown and Harry Dewhirst, bring over 15 years of mobile and advertising experience to the business, having both worked for companies including US search and advertising giant, Medio Systems. 
The company says its goal is to help brands and advertisers make sense of the fragmented mobile advertising space, delivering a dynamic media buying service based on the right mix of mobile search, on and off-portal advertising and via its international mobile ad-network partners including Admob, Google, Yahoo, Ad Infuse, Millennial Media and Screentonic. 
There is a real need in todays mobile advertising market for professional and experienced mobile media agencies that can advise brands on their mobile advertising budgets, says Tatton-Brown. We are an independent mobile media agency that buys mobile advertising where it works best for our clients. We make sure that mobile ads deliver.
Over its first four months of trading, RingRing Media has purchased more than 300 million ads for clients such as Moblr, Blue Whale Mail, 123play.com and AB Phone. The company says it has doubled its revenue growth month on month since it opened its doors for business in May of this year.
RingRing Media says it optimises mobile ad budgets by booking space on inventory according to strict parameters. In addition, it monitors and analyses advertising performance daily, adjusting campaigns according to the data.

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