Internet Advertising Now Accounts For 16.1% of Total

Advertising expenditure is abandoning traditional media, especially print newspapers and magazines, and instead turning to digital media, where results are concrete and objective, and where there is a superior return on investment.

Friday, August 19, 2011

A report published by eMarketer gives clear conclusions: The share of digital media in the advertising pie is growing at the expense of print media, in line with changes in the patterns of consumer behaviour change, which are not being reported in mainstream media, people are spending more time in front of screens connected to the Internet, where they enjoy more and better information, and interact with advertisers.

eMarketer predicts that in 2011 advertisers worldwide will spend about $500 billion, a growth rate of 4.5%. Online ad spending will reach $80.2 billion with a growth rate of 17.2%.

The global advertising industry has recovered from the recession more quickly than analysts at eMarketer and others had anticipated. Spending on online advertising is fueling the recovery.

Online advertising has become a crucial element in advertising budgets worldwide, representing 16.1% of the total cost of media in 2011. By 2015, online advertising will represent nearly 22% of the media.

North America dominates online advertising spending, comprising 41.7% of the global total in 2011. But emerging markets such as the Middle East, Africa and Latin America are leading the world in online spending growth, although the level of spending is still small.

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