Twice a year the IAB (Internet Advertising Bureau) sponsors a survey of internet related advertising revenues. Conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The study provides a very detailed, interesting look at the key trends in internet advertising, including Mobile.
The study reported that mobile advertising revenues in the US grew by over 100% during 2012, the fastest growing segment of the entire internet advertising industry!
Mobile advertising spending more than doubled globally last year, with increases set to continue for the next four years until the market is worth almost $37 billion by 2016.
The latest statistics from research firm eMarketer found that ad revenues on mobile were $8.41 billion in 2012, up from the previous year’s $4.08 billion. more»
Over the past several years, search advertising has become a mainstream component of many companies’ advertising plans. But search advertising is evolving, with new capabilities such as local search and mobile search coming on strong.
A recent survey conducted by Econsultancy in partnership with agency Guava provides some details on this important communication channel. more»
A new Report from research from Zenith Optimedia has predicted that the global advertising market will grow by 4.2% during 2011. This is down slightly from the 4.6% growth predicted in December and is due to the recent events in the Middle East and Japan. These two events are expected to reduce global spend by $2.4 billion according to the study. more»
A recent report from market research firm Juniper Research has found that global ad spend on mobile games will be multiplied by 10 over the next five years.
The report predicts that the global adspend will reach $894 million by 2015 up from $87 million in 2010. more»
Media Services company, Zenith Optimedia has increased its global 2010 ad spend forecast from 2.2% to 3.5%. This is the third consecutive time that they have upgraded their forecast after six consecutive downgrades.
While the report focuses on global ad spend across all media, this is relevant to mobile as any increase in overall ad budgets is likely to mean an increase in funds available for mobile campaigns as well. more»