Mobile advertising spending to overtake TV ad spend this year

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A new report showed that marketers are continuing to shift toward smartphones and away from television. We all knew that mobile advertising spending would one day beat out the TV spend, but eMarketer predicts that it will happen this year. The digital marketing firm released the results of recent research it conducted in the United States. Ad companies are increasingly directing their budgets toward smaller screens and that trend is growing. The eMarketer research indicated that mobile advertising spending would represent 33.9 percent of all media spend on ads in…

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Mobile ad spending will comprise 62 percent of digital advertising totals in 5 years

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The increase in smartphone advertising will be a main driver for the entire digital marketing industry, said eMarketer. While TV continues to be the top Indian advertising platform, the rising demand for smartphones is propelling mobile ad spending upward and is predicted to continue doing so. eMarketer predicts that mobile advertising budgets will rise along with the availability of inexpensive 4G handsets and dropping data prices. Advertising over mobile channels is expected to increase by 85 percent throughout 2017, said the firm. A mobile ad spending increase of that size…

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Mobile ad spending will be greater than desktop for the first time next year

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If this ZenithOptimedia forecast is correct, it will mean this will occur a year earlier than predicted. ZenithOptimedia released a mobile ad spending report that predicts and earlier landmark than prior forecasts. This report predicts that spending on mobile ads will exceed that of desktop a year earlier. Until now, most forecasts have predicted that this milestone would be reached in 2018. Businesses will be spending a larger amount of money on ads meant for smartphones and tablets next year than they will on advertising aimed at desktop users. This…

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Mobile ad spending takes off

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That said, a recent report said that user growth is expanding at an even faster rate. A recent report from eMarketer has shown that in the United States, when looking at the rate of growth of the use of the amount of time that is being spent on smartphones, the amount of mobile ad spending could actually be higher. The problem seems to be that marketers are not yet feeling entirely confident in the effectiveness of the channel. The firm also went on to say, in the report, that they…

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Mobile marketing spending is booming

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Mobile ads are becoming more popular A new report from eMarketer, a leading market research firm, suggests that mobile ad revenue has begun to show a dramatic rise. Mobile marketing has become quite popular due to the fact that any consumers are now heavily reliant on devices like smartphones and tablets. These consumers have become relatively resilient to conventional marketing strategies, which has forced many companies to adopt mobile marketing in order to boost their relevance with a new kind of consumer. Spending to reach $14 billion by 2014 According…

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Mobile marketing takes a third of online ad spending

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The research has shown that Google holds a massive amount of the smartphone targeted space. eMarketer has just released the results of its first ever worldwide mobile marketing industry profile and has revealed that it estimates its size to have already reached $16 billion globally. The research determined that this channel is taking up a growing portion of the overall online ad market. Among its results, it also found that within the mobile marketing ecosystem, Google has a massive hold of over 55 percent. Considering that the research determined that…

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M-commerce moves forward into the desktop ad spending share

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Advertising dollars to target smartphone carrying customers are taking a growing proportion of overall online spending. According to the latest statistics and forecasts from emarketer, m-commerce ad spending is continuing to chip away at the budgets that are being set aside for all online advertising, including desktops. The research has suggested that spending for desktop banners may reach its peak in 2014. The increase in spending for m-commerce channels has, at the same time, started to eat away at the amount of money that is invested into desktop ad formats.…

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Mobile commerce and search are headed in the right direction

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After observing data over the last consecutive quarters, it is clear that money will be directed to smartphone shopping. Following the release of data from The Search Agency, the report on the topic suggests that there will be an increase in mobile commerce spending as retail and search experience a considerable push over that channel. The study showed that there has been strong growth in every sector throughout this year’s first quarter. The data that was released in the report indicated that, year over year, the mobile commerce spending for…

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Mobile marketing study provides new mcommerce recommendations

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Research indicates that 7 percent of total ad spending should be geared toward smartphones and tablets. A mobile marketing study performed by a consultancy firm, Marketing Evolution, has now released its recommendations based on the research regarding the efficacy of advertising spending, indicating that companies interested in mcommerce in the United States should be forking over a great deal more for ads on tablets and smartphones. According to the research, companies should be using 7 percent of their total ad spending for this purpose. Though this may not seem like…

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Google sends the mobile ad marketplace beyond the forecasts of the industry

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The mobile advertising marketplace in the United States is currently in a state of explosion, and is growing much more rapidly than even the highest projections that had been made by the industry’s analysts. Google mobile search is currently receiving a great deal of the credit for the advertising business that reached all new heights last year and this year is already lining up to leave 2011’s figures in the dust. The recent surge in the ownership of smartphones and the omnipresence of the mobile ad networks – such as…

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