Mobjizz Sees Big Gain in Monetizing U.K. Mobile Traffic

Rhett Pardon

LONDON — Mobjizz today said that it has seen a big gain in monetizing mobile traffic across the U.K. and that it's gaining traction with mobile services in Mexico and South Africa, where it recently launched.

Mobile affiliate program Mobjizz, which also operates premium ad network Adjizz, said that it recently achieved a major milestone seen through Google Analytics, which indicated that five percent of U.K. residents were using their services every month.

"The U.K. is the third largest adult market and although its mobile billing market is highly regulated, we've been evolving with it and always came up stronger and more flexible," said Alex Noirot-Cosson, Mobjizz co-founder and sales director. "Not only have we kept our performance, we even managed to constantly improve their levels”  

Noirot-Cosson said that the steady growth of the two-year-old company can also be seen in its secondary markets, as well.

"The launch in Mexico was soft as our main interest was perfecting its performance before offering it to our affiliates," Noirot-Cosson said. "We're now deeply confident and offer a 100-percent compliant, high-performance monetization tool with weekly recurring subscriptions — fully fitted for a long term goal.

"A recent launch in the Colombian market of 40 million users is showing early promise, together with an imminent relaunch of its Australian offer to increase conversions and become a market leader down under."

Representatives from Mobjizz and Adjizz — both operated by the Peekaboo Investment group — will be on hand at The Phoenix Forum next week. To reach out to the company prior to the event, email Noirot-Cosson or Ashley.