Most small business owners are self-taught when it comes to marketing and promoting their businesses. And while most do some form of marketing for their businesses, fewer than half consider themselves marketing savvy.
The annual anticipation of the release of Mary Meeker’s latest massive Internet Trends report has arrived and along with it, the 294 slides jam-packed with data.
With a 33.9% share of total US ad spend, mobile will pass TV as the leading advertising medium in the world’s largest ad market—and we expect that share will grow to a whopping 47.9% by 2022.
Fewer major publishers of premium digital content now believe display advertising on its own can cover the cost of producing quality content, let alone bring a profit.
Almost 8 in 10 industrial marketers increased (31%) or maintained (48%) their budgets in 2017 relative to 2016. Websites, content and social media were the areas in which the most industrial marketers increased their spending in 2017, with 58% doing for each channel.
Examples include video ads that play at full volume, flashing display ads, popups with hard-to-find exit buttons and prestitial ads that block users from seeing content on the page.
Based on surveys of 25,000 internet users in North America and Europe conducted by the Coalition (though namely by Google), roughly 85 percent of mobile users surveyed said they found anchor ads only a little annoying or not annoying at all.
Local ad spending in the country will continue to grow in 2018, according to new figures released by BIA/Kelsey. The firm expects US local ad spending to hit $151.2 billion in 2018, a 5.2% increase over $140.9 billion this year.
B2B advertisers will spend $4.07 billion on US digital advertising in 2017, eMarketer estimates. Overall, the B2B digital ad market is growing steadily, and in 2018 it will jump 13% to reach $4.60 billion.
Attendees are more likely to learn about events from friends and acquaintances (66%) than by any other means.