Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter are embarking on a massive land grab for video content, hoping to drive increased usage and capture a greater portion of digital video ad revenues with familiar ad formats such as pre-roll and mid-roll.
Political advertising reached $9.8 billion in the 2016 election year, marking a more than 4% increase from the 2012 election cycle ($9.4 billion) and representing a new record.
According to Bridge Ratings, US podcast ad spending will reach $167 million in 2016.
Including a video in an email increases the click-through rate by 200-300 percent. This statistic and 30 more are included in this infographic from Hyperfine Media that illustrates the many ways video can be used for marketing.
While TV is still the dominant destination for political ad spend, spending on digital channels, is increasing the fastest year over year.
Google commands 32.9% of mobile ad revenue in the US, or nearly $10.02 billion.
US digital political ad spending will leap almost 9,000% to pass $1 billion next year—nearly seven times more than $159.2 million in 2012, the last presidential election year.
The top 500 US advertisers allocated an estimated 8.4% share of their spending to Hispanic dedicated efforts ($7.1 billion), up from 5.5% in 2010.
eMarketer expects mobile to overtake desktop for US search ad dollars this year, rising from $8.72 billion to $12.85 billion.
After growing by 0.9% in 2013, US advertising expenditures maintained a similar rate of growth of 0.7% in 2014 to reach $141.2 billion.