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  • D E C E M B E R 1 6 2 0 1 0
    N E W Y O R K NY
    Presented By:
    Noah Elkin
    Debra Aho Williamson
    David Hallerman
    Key Digital Trends for 2011
    Principal Analysts,
    eMarketer, Inc.
    Sponsored by:
  • 7 Trends for 2011
    Trend 1: Apps Invade All Platforms
    Trend 2: Content Consumption Convergence
    Trend 3: Location, Location, Location
    Trend 4: Social Gets Its Share of Marketing Dollars
    Trend 5: Real-Time Bidding
    Trend 6: Targeting Audiences vs. Content
    Trend 7: Online Privacy Debate Heats Up
  • Trend #1
    Apps Invade All Platforms
    Noah Elkin
    Principal Analyst, eMarketer, Inc.
    @noahelkin
  • We’re accustomed to using apps on mobile devices
    Source: Distimo, Dec 2010
  • Next phase in evolution: apps go everywhere — mobile, desktop, TV
  • Trend #2
    Content Consumption Convergence
  • Consumers engage seamlessly with content across multiple platforms
    Twitter: #eMwebinar
  • Exploit unique characteristics each platform offers…
    Source: Rhythm NewMedia, “Q3 2010 Mobile Video Advertising Report”
  • …and pay close attention to the way devices and context increase the appeal of advertising
  • Trend #3
    Location, Location, Location
  • Social networks are increasingly the conduit for mobile communication
  • Mobile social network usage will more than double between 2010 and 2015
    Twitter: #eMwebinar
  • Location-based services have surged but aren’t yet mainstream
  • Checking in motivated by prospect of value exchange: obtaining useful information and finding deals
  • Marketer spending around location is starting to ramp up
  • Trend #4
    Social Gets Its Share of Marketing Dollars
    Debra Aho Williamson
    Principal Analyst, eMarketer, Inc.
    @DebraWilliamson
  • Social media is no longer an add-on for marketers
    • Usage of social media tools is still growing.80% of companies with 100+ employees will use social media marketing in 2011.
    • Budgets are increasing.Marketers are shifting funds into social media and away from other types of marketing.
    • Integration is key. Although some companies have created separate social media departments, the more common trend is to integrate it across company functions.
    • The need for ROI is critical. Without it, future spending increases may be curtailed.
    Twitter: #eMwebinar
  • Four out of fivemarketers will utilize social media tools in 2011
  • Changing consumer usage patterns make social media a must
    • Facebook is still growing.It’s a top site around the world and the fourth largest in the US (comScore).
    • Worldwide usage is rising.Six out of 10 frequent internet users worldwide have a social network profile (UM).
    • Brand interactions are increasing. Coupons, deals and discounts are encouraging consumers to engage with marketers.
  • More than 8 in 10companies plan spending increases next year
    Twitter: #eMwebinar
  • However, not every industry has adopted social media at the same rate—and some never will
  • Among those that do use social media, usage rates are approaching the level of email marketing
  • As marketers funnel more funds toward social media, spending on traditional forms of advertising is falling
  • Businesses are divided on who should manage social media
    Only 6% have a dedicated group
  • Marketer perspectives: Intel and GM
    “The brand teams have never budgeted their own line items [for social media marketing]. Now, marketing rightfully is becoming more involved in the planning and budgeting, and also the strategic side of it. The brands are now baking social into their overall marketing budget.”
    —eMarketer interview with Christopher Barger, Global Director of Social Media
    “Intel has been an early adopter in social media, but we haven’t funded it as well as many of us would like. Social media is not free. We don’t want to tap into our paid media budget. We want to separate those two while driving deeper integration between paid and social media.”
    —eMarketer interview with Kathleen Malone, Senior Manager and Social Media Strategist
  • Although budgets are rising, the ROI question is still not answered
  • Trend #5
    Real-Time Bidding
    David Hallerman
    Principal Analyst, eMarketer, Inc.
    @DHallerman
  • Display advertising will be an even bigger source of spending growth than search
  • What real-time bidding (RTB) means for marketers looking to buy display ads
    When marketers buy ads using real-time bidding, they bid on impressions based on:
    • The specific site
    • The location of the ad on the site
    • The number of impressions desired
    • Any potential cookie data for segmentation
    Helps marketers buy audience instead of inventory
    Helps publishers sell lesser inventory at higher prices
    Targeting typically demographic and psychographic (less so behavioral, so sidesteps many privacy issues)
    Twitter: #eMwebinar
  • Demand side platforms (DSPs) and advertising exchanges: two key elements of the RTB ecosystem (ad networks, too)
  • Trend #6
    Targeting Audiences vs. Content
  • On one side, classic content targeting On the other side, only audiences matter
    Battle about targeting tactics is, in many ways, a battle between ad networks and publishers about data
    • Who owns the data? (gets into privacy issues)
    • Which method is more effective? (marketers in middle)
    • Which data targets best? (demographic goes two ways)
    • Is the audience equally receptive to message anywhere?
    • What’s the value of premium sites? (context vs. reach)
    • A bottom line question: What’s most useful for ads, community or content? (publishers can do both)
  • In 2010, four types of targeting used by 50% or more:
    • Demographic
    • Behavioral
    • Channel
    • Contextual
    Twitter: #eMwebinar
  • Audience segmentation and targeting keyfactors driving the move to digital marketing
  • Audience targeting for display part of larger, holistic online advertising
  • Trend #7
    Online Privacy Debate Heats Up
  • 7 key factors driving the debate about digital privacy
    Consumer concern about being tracked
    Advertiser-publisher need to monetize
    Combining online with offline data
    Rapid growth of Facebook’s ad system
    Rise of check-ins, location-based services
    EU’s focus on stricter privacy protection
    Consumer choice vs. marketer goals
    Twitter: #eMwebinar
  • Behavioral targeting: The more people know, the less they seem to like it
  • Marketers’ own concerns about privacy limit spending on behavioral targeting
  • Regulation: More people trust the government than advertisers (but most don’t trust either entity)
  • Privacy concerns (or not) among half of social network users
    Source: Marist Institute, July 2010
  • Unica’s Definition of Interactive Marketing
    Engaging each customer and prospect in a cross-channel dialog that builds upon their past and current behavior
    43
  • Survey Results:“Are you doing ‘interactive marketing?’”
    From Unica’s global survey of senior marketers, launched October 2010
    44
  • Survey Results:“What makes interactive marketing hard?”
    From Unica’s global survey of senior marketers, launched October 2010
    45
  • Unica’s Interactive Marketing Technology Framework
    Plans & Budgets
    People & Processes
    Data & Assets
    Measurement & Performance
    Awareness
    Decisioning
    Execution
    Segmentation
    Email
    Web Analytics
    Offer Management
    Inbound Integration
    Event Detection
    Interaction History
    Distributed Marketing
    Predictive Analytics
    Lead Routing & Monitoring
    Real-Time Targeting
    Visual Exploration
    Search Optimization
    Contact Optimization
    Integrated Marketing Operations
    Facilitates collaboration and cross-channel planning, design, execution, and measurement.
    46
  • Unica, an IBM Company
    100% focused on marketing
    Over 1,500 customers worldwide
    Market leadingcross-channel campaign management
    Solutions available both OnDemand and Enterprise
    47
  • Privacy concerns (or not) among half of social network users
    Source: Marist Institute, July 2010
  • 7 Trends for 2011
    Trend 1: Apps Invade All Platforms
    Trend 2: Content Consumption Convergence
    Trend 3: Location, Location, Location
    Trend 4: Social Gets Its Share of Marketing Dollars
    Trend 5: Real-Time Bidding
    Trend 6: Targeting Audiences vs. Content
    Trend 7: Online Privacy Debate Heats Up
  • Key Digital Trends for 2011Questions & AnswersRegistrants will receive an email tomorrow that includes a link to view the slide deck and webinar recording. For more discussion, please join us after the webinar on LinkedIn. Search for the eMarketer Group and click on Discussions.
    To learn about eMarketer Total Access please visit www.emarketer.com/productsor contact us: (800) 405-0844 ben@emarketer.com
    Presented by: Noah Elkin,
    Debra Aho Williamson and David Hallerman
    Sponsored by:
    Principal Analysts, eMarketer, Inc.
    Twitter hashtag: #eMwebinar