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Chart of the week: What's growth going to look like in the digital arena? The biggest challenge for advertising professionals and marketers in the online world is stay on top of an ever shifting marketplace. Things might have become a little more predictable in recent years but are still less so than in the offline ad world. Technological changes still make digital advertising a shifty business. However, some trends and proportionate market shares are likely to prevail and develop in a predictable manner. One thing most observers are pretty sure of is that the digital ad market will in the foreseeable future show no signs of saturation. According to the Digital Market Outlook by Statista (https://www.statista.com/outlook/216/100/digital-advertising/worldwide#), the total worldwide digital ad revenue in 2017 is likely to stand at more than $227 billion. This figure could increase by more than 46 percent to $332 billion in four years' time. Some argue that social media advertising will likely grow disproportionately faster than the rest and might end up taking a bigger share than conservative estimates predict. However, from today's vantage point it seems to be a safe bet search ads will continue to account for the biggest chunk of digital ad revenue, making up 40 percent share of the total revenue.
DIS2017 speaker presentation: Jennifer Brandel, Hearken Partnering with audiences to take storytelling to a powerful new level
Chart of the week: Google is top dog in digital advertising The digital advertising world is still dominated by American online firms, with Google being the top dog by far and Facebook performing very well too. China is making its mark on the top 10 too, with Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent raking in their fair share. According to eMarketer, all players are set to up their revenue considerably. Most potential for growth is thought to rest with Chinese digital media giant Tencent, whose revenue could see an increase from $5.53 billion to $7.47 billion, a rise of almost 65 per cent.
DIS speaker presentation: John Wilpers, Innovation Media Consulting Top innovations in media, from around the world
DIS2017 speaker presentation: Jay Lauf, Quartz How a relentless focus on the user drives content, strategy and business success
DIS2017 speaker presentation: Brandon Paine, Independent Journal Review Strategies for developing digital revenue streams
DIS2017 speaker presentation: Birger Soiland, Cxense Five steps to unlock the true potential of your audience data
DIS2017 speaker presentation: Marc Al-Hames, Cliqz Balancing audience tracking with secure and private browsing
FIPP Insight Report: How to get into VR and 360 video When Facebook bought Oculus VR, maker of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, for $2 billion in March 2014, many people wondered: really? $2 USD billion for the company that produces equipment and software to play video games?
Innovation 2016 chapter: Culture Innovation starts with the leader. Without leadership, training, and rewards, innovation will not happen. Free download of the Culture chapter from the FIPP Innovation in Magazine Media 2016-2017 World Report
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