LSN Mobile Reports Record Numbers from Superstorm, Election
ATLANTA (November 9, 2012) – In the wake of Tuesday’s US Presidential Elections, LSN Mobile reported this week that its mobile platform experienced record-breaking traffic reaching 27.3 million page views for the day, peaking in the 9 p.m. hour with three million page views. This volume is second to last week’s Hurricane Sandy page views reaching more than 28 million on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012.
“The volume of page views LSN Mobile has experienced over the last week demonstrates the importance of the mobile medium as a preferred consumer channel,” said Lee Durham (pictured), co-founder of LSN Mobile. “We’re thrilled to see the continued uptake particularly that consumers turned to their mobile devices to gain information on two of the most important news topics of the year, Hurricane Sandy and the Elections. Our platform has sustained the volume without delay giving advertisers a direct connect with their audiences on two of the most important news-orientated days our broadcasters have experienced this year.”
About LSN Mobile, Inc.
LSN Mobile, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, is a mobile media and marketing company that enables local media and brand advertisers to extend their reach to the mobile consumer market via their handset. LSN Mobile has the nation’s largest network of local television news content, in both English and Spanish, currently offering news, weather, sports and more to more than 30 million mobile users and serving over 2 billion mobile ad impressions a month. Through its Direct Mobile Marketing & Advertising Group, LSN Mobile enables companies to rapidly deploy direct mobile marketing campaigns to mobile users via text messaging, rich media content, and interactive mobile marketing campaigns across all wireless carriers and handsets. LSN Mobile’s “Local News, Weather and More” mobile apps for Android, iPhone, and BlackBerry platforms are among the top ten free downloadable local news applications. To learn more, please visit www.lsnmobile.com.
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