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Fiksu Named Most Effective Mobile Advertising Platform by Mobile Marketing Magazine

-- Fiksu Mobile App Marketing Platform Recognised for Delivering Exceptional Marketing Performance

BOSTON and LONDON, Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Fiksu, Inc. (www.fiksu.com), developer of the award-winning Fiksu Mobile App Marketing Platform that combines advanced media optimisation technology with the world's largest app media inventory, has been honoured as the Most Effective Mobile Advertising Platform by Mobile Marketing Magazine. The publication's Effective Mobile Marketing Awards commended Fiksu for its efficiency and effectiveness as a mobile advertising solution and profiled Fiksu in its December 2012 issue.

The Effective Mobile Marketing Awards recognise top mobile companies worldwide that are revolutionising the mobile marketing industry. Fiksu was one of more than 200 entries across 19 categories, and it was chosen as the most effective platform over six other companies nominated in the same category.

The Fiksu Platform powers high-performance app marketing through a combination of advanced optimisation algorithms that target advertising at those most likely to become long-term loyal users, along with unmatched scale. By working with 45+ ad networks and real-time bidding platforms, the Fiksu Platform has access to 225 billion impressions per month and a historical database of 55 billion user actions to guide optimisation decisions.

"Since inception, the Fiksu team has worked hard to develop a true optimisation technology platform for mobile app marketing, helping leading brands run cost effective consumer acquisition programmes across iOS and Android ecosystems that secure highly engaged loyal users," said Micah Adler, CEO, Fiksu. "Being named the Most Effective Mobile Advertising Platform is not only an honour, but also a testament to the hard work, passion and dedication of our global team."

With more than 1.4 million apps in the Apple and Android app stores, marketers face the enormous challenge of acquiring loyal, engaged users that will ultimately take the actions that result in greater monetisation. Fiksu is a high-performance app marketing platform that empowers leading brands to access the entire mobile marketing ecosystem to optimise their iOS and Android mobile app marketing campaigns to maximise lifetime user value. Leading brands such as Groupon, VH1, Barnes & Noble and Hearst Magazines, along with 30 of the top 50 grossing game publishers, use Fiksu to confidently achieve high-performance marketing results for their mobile apps.

Fiksu's global presence has grown substantially during the last 12 months, and the company recently opened a U.K. office in the heart of London's thriving digital media district. The fast-growing company is seeking talented individuals to help support and manage a growing portfolio of clients both in the U.K. and globally. For more information, please visit www.fiksu.com/company/careers and [email protected].

About Fiksu
Fiksu, Inc. helps leading brands optimize their iOS and Android mobile app marketing campaigns and secure large volumes of loyal users. The company's flagship product, the Fiksu Mobile App Marketing Platform, spans the entire mobile ecosystem providing the most cost-effective, predictable and intelligent mobile advertising solution, slashing user acquisition costs and ensuring sustained user engagement. Additionally, Fiksu offers FreeMyAppsTM, an app discovery platform where users are rewarded for trying out great apps and games. Based in Boston, Mass., Fiksu is venture-backed by Qualcomm Ventures and Charles River Ventures. More at www.fiksu.com@Fiksu and on the Fiksu blog.

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