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A man shouts to a bus full of people on his morning commute that he’s browsed eight different sites for divorce attorneys. A woman whispers her login information to a stranger in a movie theatre. A commuter on her way from work tells a stranger her home is in 1,000 feet. A speed walker tells everyone he passes what his heart rate is. A woman shouts her credit card number over a microphone in the middle of a busy park. Some of these overshares are slightly embarrassing and some can be considered privacy violations, but they’re all examples from Apple’s most recent “Over Sharing” ad. And as a top Denver ad agency, we’re going to examine it closer and discuss what this privacy ad gets right.
According to a recent eMarketer's report, at the end of September 2011, 40% of cellphone users have used mobile device to surf the internet. But, more than 70% of websites are not optimizing their sites for mobile, and most online publishers (sites with ad display) don't serve mobile ads!