Marketers seem to have no hesitations about social, as 55% of respondents said they were putting more dollars to the format, while no advertisers reported decreasing social investments.
Mobile rich media ads saw an average engagement rate of 12.8% in Q2 2012.
Display ad spending, which includes banner ads, video, rich media and sponsorships, will rise from 40.2% of total digital ad spending in 2012 to 45.6% of the total in 2016.
In-stream video ads performed dramatically better than both standard banners and banners involving rich media.
In-stream video ads garnered significantly higher click-through-rates (CTRs) than banners and rich media in H1.
Video and mobile topped the list of formats luxury market advertisers expected to increase their use of this year, with more than two-thirds planning to do so.
Video (69%), mobile (68%), and social media (48%) are the hottest digital marketing growth areas for luxury brands, whereas search (29%) and standard display advertising (18%) lag behind.
via marketingcharts.com Rich media ads perform far better than standard banner ads in driving users to websites, while banners with video provide an even greater lift in visitors, says MediaMind [download page] in March 2012 analysis of 24,000 creatives with more than 12 billion impressions served in North America between July and December, 2011. In […]