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Influencers On Online Marketing 2009 Predictions By Trendsspotting

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  • 1. Influencers On Online Marketing 2009 Predictions
  • 2. O eMarketer's Predictions for 2009 N L I Online Ad Spending: Still Solid Choice 45 N E % rise in video ads in 2009 to reach $850 million 14.9 M % growth in search marketing to reach $12.3 billion A 8.9 R % growth in US internet ad spending to reach $25.7 billion. K 2009 - the lowest year-over-year increase for online advertising ever. Yet a robust increase compared with other media. E T Retail E-Commerce: Record-Setting Declines I 2 4 N 0 % growth in retail sales (excluding travel) G 0 9
  • 3. O Consumer Internet Predictions for 2009 N L I Jeremy Liew N Lightspeed Venture Partners http://lsvp.wordpress.com E Consumers seek cheap thrills 1 Consumers seeking today's lowest cost methods to entertain themselves: Free M entertainment provided by the social media A 2 “Trading real money for virtual goods” business model R in the US People will pay to allow extra powers in the game or customize their character K looks: see also - prepaid game cards, incentive marketing. E Web 2.0 leaders pull further away from the pack 3 T Advertisers will want to buy advertising on big, well known websites (Yahoo, AOL). Web 2.0 - Facebook + Digg - strong revenue growth . I 2 Online ad prices continue to fall 4 N 0 G Getting serious about monetizing non U.S. traffic 5 0 9
  • 4. O Bullish On Online Search, Bearish On Newspapers N L I N E M A R K E T I 2009 total U.S. advertising will decrease 10.0% to $252.1 billion 2 N U.S. Internet advertising revenue will grow 6.1% to $28.3 billion, 0 4% growth in Display, 20% growth in Search G 0 9
  • 5. Online advertising demonstrates it isn't O immune to gravity N L I John Fine N BusinessWeek www.businessweek.com E M Online advertising demonstrates it isn't immune to gravity. A Online display ad spending underperforms (low) expectations for '09. R Those predicting an explosion in advertising on social networks are sorely K disappointed . E T I 2 N 0 G 0 9
  • 6. O Everyone who doesn’t see misery next year is delusional N L I Nick Denton N Head of Gawker Media mediamemo.allthingsd.com E M A “Everyone who doesn’t see misery next year is delusional “ R K “Anyone who isn’t prepared for ads to go down 40 % is crazy” E T I 2 N 0 G 0 9
  • 7. O 2009 Web Predictions N L I Richard Macmanus N ReadWriteWeb www.readwriteweb.com E M Media properties prominently experiment with different and A innovative types of online advertising; the move beyond CPM starts R to actually happen, after years of CPA type predictions. Related, a K stunning new metric will emerge that accurately determines the E success of media properties beyond mere page views. T I 2 N 0 G 0 9
  • 8. O Nearly all drivers of consumer spending are all moving in a direction to drive spending lower over the near-term .. N L I N Decline in online display ad Non-travel e-commerce revenue spending down E 10% 12% M A Total US online ad 2% 2010 R growth K All segments to shrink in E 09 from 08, but with growth in 2010 T I 2 N 0 G 0 9
  • 9. Let's Be Serious: Online Display Ads Will Fall O Sharply In 2009 N L I Henry Blodget N Silicon Alley Insider www.alleyinsider.com E M “It's time we woke up and faced reality. Online display-ad spending will fall in A 2009, probably sharply. It will probably fall again in 2010. Hundreds of R startups counting on advertising as a business model will be flattened. Yahoo, K CNET, AOL, and other big display-ad properties will get hammered. At this point, we would estimate at least a 10% drop next year and probably E more. (20% is not inconceivable)”. T I 2 N 0 G 0 9
  • 10. Online media space is going to blow up after O February N L I Ashkan Karbasfrooshan N Founder & CEO – Mojo Supreme www.mojosupreme.com E M While Fortune 500 marketers will reduce their ad budgets too, they will continue to shift dollars away from untracked, offline media to online, tracked A media….. this means a shift to display banners and video advertising, not paid R search.. Only display banners, rich media and video advertising will really increase brand equity. K E When you consider the size of TV advertising you realize just how big video- related online advertising will be. the sum of all video related advertising is T much, much larger than we anticipate and expect. I 2 N 0 G 0 9
  • 11. O Online media space is going to blow up after February N L I Internet ad spending - the only significant growth area, but despite a projected 5 % increase in 2009, spending is still down compared to an N expected 16 % growth this year. The world’s other leading internet economy, E the U.K., mirrored U.S. projections with rates of 4 % in 2009 compared to 22 % in 2008. M A R K E T I Worldwide, internet ad growth to slow from 22 % in 2008 to 10 % in 2 N 2009, representing $5 billion growth to reach $59 billion or 13 % of 0 measured media investment.“ G 0 9
  • 12. O In the face of overall economic turmoil, online ad spending holding up a little better than in other media N L I N 2009 US spending on online display advertising will slow to an 8 % E rate in 2009 to reach $8.9 billion (down from 12 % in 2008 ) M Financial services spending on display ads will decline for the next 2 years, while auto and lead generation will remain essentially flat. A R Paid search spending would slow to 20% growth (down from 26 % K growth, to $11.4 billion ). E Adding in Classifieds, Display, and Search, US online spending in total will finish 2008 up 18 %, at $23.6 billion, then slow to 15 % growth in T 2009, and 11 % in 2010. I 2 N 0 G 0 9
  • 13. O Overall ad budgets continue to weaken N L I Imran Kahn N Internet Analyst J.P.Morgan E Total online global advertising growth of 25% in F’08 and 13% in M F’09 (prior estimates: 28%, 19% respectively). A Deterioration of display advertising is more pronounced than R expected. CPMs will remain depressed and sell-through rates will K worsen. E Performance-based ads holding up better than banner ads. Long tail T advertisers continue to allocate additional dollars to search. However, keyword price inflation is moderating. I 2 N Marketing spend pullback in some segments including travel, telecom, 0 autos, and retail is worsening. G 0 9
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