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More will be spent on online ads than print ads in 2012

According to eMarketer, US spending on online advertising will exceed spending on print advertising for the first time in 2012, and the trend will continue as advertisers find more value online.  Online advertising  spending in 2012 is predicted at $39.5 Billion, compared to $33.8 Billion for all print advertising.  By 2016, the projection is  $62B for online vs. $32.3B for print.

As I have mentioned in previous posts, more and more of us are getting news and information online.  Think of how much time you spend online – work, research, news gathering, social media, compared to the amount of time you spend with print media – newspapers, magazines.  I think it’s obvious that print advertising will not be making a comeback.

What’s your opinion?

Related Articles:
US Online Ad Spend to Close in on $40 Billion – emarketer.com
US advertisers to spend more on digital than print: study – breitbart.com
Online Ad Spending to Surpass Print for First Time in 2012 [STUDY] – mashable.com


Memphis air quality

Memphis Bus Ad, originally uploaded by joespake.

Clever MATA bus advertisement I ran across yesterday. Well, clever and a little troubling. It evokes an image I don’t like to think about, but you do get a discount on bus rides.

Nothing remains the same, except maybe advertising

“…..it’s just, I’ve changed and you haven’t……”

I ran across this short video produced by http://bringtheloveback.com. It addresses traditional (push, interruption) marketing vs. conversational (pull, permission) marketing, in plain enough terms that even an old-school advertising exec could understand

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