Budgeting & Spending
In 2013, Internet advertising revenue grew by 17 percent compared to 2012, thanks to an increase in search and mobile spending.
China's media and technology spending will reach $256 billion in 2014, despite seeing a decline in growth for its overall economy.
This collection of data charts represents findings from the 2013 ANA 2014-2015 Marketing Budgets Survey. The objective of this survey was to take the pulse of our members regarding their budgets for 2014 and 2015.
This Research Report includes findings from the 2013 ANA 2014-2015 Marketing Budgets Survey. The objective of this survey was to take the pulse of our members regarding their budgets for 2014 and 2015.
Total advertising expenditures increased 0.9 percent in 2013 and finished the year at $140.2 billion, according to Kantar Media.
The Billion Dollar Question: What's the Real Return in Investment from Online Advertising Expenditure?
With more people watching and buying online than ever before, advertisers are diving head first into digital to reach their audiences. But are these investments worth their price?
Elliot Lum and Jasmine Martin of the Columbia Records Creative Agency share a number of best practices and case studies from brands who used music to effectively bring their campaign to a whole new level.
This year’s B-to-B content report compares findings with years past, looking at differences between marketers who rate themselves as most and least effective.
Gregory North, vice president at Xerox Corporate Lean Six Sigma & Business Transformation, discussed the pros, and cons of production decoupling, and what brands can do to better manage their marketing processes.
Discover not only how the B-to-C content marketing landscape has changed over the last year but also learn what the most effective B-to-C marketers are doing differently than their peers in this study from the Content Marketing Institute.
According to the February 2014 edition of The CMO Survey of marketing leaders, CMO optimism for the U.S. economy reached its highest point in five years.
This report is based on questions posed by ANA members. Topics covered in this survey include: agency compensation (media commission rates), production management (production costs and digital production), marketing financial management and procurement (budgeting and spending), marketing organization (brand management and training), and digital/social/mobile marketing (social media).
Neustar’s Aggregate Knowledge released its Global Media Intelligence Report, 2013 Year In Review. The report breaks down 145 billion “ad events,” 61 billion impressions, and 10.5 million conversions across social media, exchanges, networks and portals.
IEG’s latest briefing not only breaks down spending figures among different sectors and global regions, but also explores how cutting-edge rightsholders are embracing digital to offer better benefits and engagement to partners.
This collection of data charts represents findings from the 2013 ANA Q4 Member Benchmarking Survey. These charts are based on questions posed by ANA members. Topics covered in this survey include digital/social/mobile marketing, agency compensation, production management, marketing organization, and marketing financial management and procurement.
The 2014 RSW/AgencySearch New Year Outlook Survey was completed by 150 senior level marketers and 170 marketing agency executives during December 2013. The purpose of the survey was to glean insights relative to marketer and agency expectations and perspectives going into 2014.
The healthcare landscape has rapidly changed with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. This shift is full of challenges, but they can be addressed by focusing on consumer outreach and building a brand that consumers look at in a new way.
In the fall of 2013, ExactTarget surveyed thousands of marketers to learn their top marketing objectives and priorities for 2014.
This report is a comprehensive review of the inbound industry, with data analysis from over 3,300 participants from 128 different countries, including CEOs, agencies, and marketers.
In 2014, the Winterberry Group predicts that the advertising industry will see a growth in data-driven marketing, while traditional channels continue to decline, along with an increase in the use of content and programmatic marketing tactics.