Global online advertising will rise by 12.4% during 2010 according to a study from MAGNAGLOBAL, a division of IPG’s Mediabrands. Media spendings will hit $61.0 billion dollars globally with paid search as the most important component of online advertising. In 2010 this segment will account for $29.8 billion, i.e. 48,9% of the total spendings, up by 16.5% over 2009 totals.
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According to a new study from Nielsen social media users grow steadily on a worldwide basis: in April 2010 22% of the internet usage time has been used to engage with social media. 22% sounds like not really big? You have to take into account this report is on a global scale. Here are a […]
A new study from Forrester Research is predicting a shrinking ad market over the next five years, with a very positive prediction for online advertising: they expect the U.S. interactive ad market to reach $55 billion during that timeframe, meaning marketers will go from spending 12 percent of their total ad budgets online in 2009, […]