Showing posts with label Stats. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stats. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Mary Meeker: Internet Trends 2015 - Code Conference Conference (Slidedeck)

KPCB Mary's presentation as every year - Internet Data & Trends en mass...  

Some Highlights

- Internet users base still growing plus 8 %
- Mobile subscriptions now 7 bn (total),  smartphone subscriptions 2.1 bn
- 64 % of people online (U.S.) using a smartphone



Tuesday, May 12, 2015

U.S. B2B Media & Info Industry Annual Report 2014


U.S. B2B Media & Info Industry Revenue Hits Six Year High in 2014:

Up 3.3 %, totaling 27.6 bn USD - driven by digital & data 


"From 2008 to 2014, the percentage of industry revenue from events stayed in the 45-48 percent range, while the portion from print advertising decreased from 36.6 percent to 24 percent. During the same time period, data-driven revenue increased from 6 percent to 10 percent, while digital advertising increased from 11 percent to 21 percent ..."  more




Revenue from Events:
12.2 bn USD, plus 1.8 %, 44 % of B2B industry revenue

Revenue from print advertising:
6.7 bn USD, minus 2.7 %, 24 % of B2B industry revenue

Revenue from Digital advertising:
5.8 bn USD, plus 15 %, 21 % of B2B industry revenue

Revenue from Data and Business Information:
2.8 bn USD, plus 4.2 %, 10 % of B2B industry revenue


Development U.S. B2B Media Industry Revenue 2008 - 2014



via/more siia.net 


 
(Preliminary)
BIN Numbers for Print Advertising Pages and Sales 2014 - per November 2014 -
- I was trying hard to get you the full years 2014 figures as mentioned in the press release, but americanbusinessmedia  / SIIA could not find them for you until now  [BIN reports, PDF]




Related:   
B2B-Media Publishing Trends USA
ABM-Präsident Mike Marchesano im Interview mit Karin Hartmeyer




Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Fachpresse-Statistik 2014 (II.): die Erwartungen der Mitglieder der Deutschen Fachpresse für 2015

Erwartungen für die Entwicklung auf dem deutsche Fachmedienmarkt in 2015 - eine Ausschnittsbetrachtung via Deutsche Fachpresse.


(Teil I.) Fachpresse-Statistik 2014 veröffentlicht: Gesamtumsatz +1,3%, Fachzeitschriften +1,0%, Digital +8,2%, Services -7,8%


Erwartung zur Umsatzentwicklung in 2015



Lesebeispiel:
Die Erwartungen der Teilnehmer der Befragung an den Umsatz für Fachzeitschriften und Fachbücher liegen unter der Vorjahresprognose. Zugenommen hat die Zuversicht das der Umsatz mit Digitalen Medien wächst und mit Dienstleistungen wachsen (muss).

Erwartung zur Ergebnisentwicklung in 2015


Lesebeispiel:
Die Ergebniserwartungen der Teilnehmer der Befragung liegen auf Vorjahresniveau. Leider wurde die Frage nach der Höhe der geplanten verlegerischen Investitionen nicht gestellt (oder nicht beantwortet).

Erwartungen für das internationalem Geschäft



Lesebeispiel:
In die Entwicklung des internationalen Geschäfts setzen die Teilnehmer der Befragung keine großen Erwartungen und haben mehrheitlich wohl auch keine Strategie und keine Pläne.

Erwartungen bezüglich Mitarbeiterentwicklung in 2015




Lesebeispiel:
Gegenüber 2014 planen deutlich weniger Teilnehmer der Befragung eine Reduzierung des Mitarbeiterstammes, ein kanppes Drittel plant Neueinstellungen.

Quelle: Fachpresse-Statistik 2014 der Deutschen Fachpresse (Alle Charts)

Fachpresse-Statistik 2014 veröffentlicht: Gesamtumsatz +1,3%, Fachzeitschriften +1,0%, Digital +8,2%, Services -7,8%

Verlagsangebote und Ergebnisse im Jahr 2014 sowie die Erwartungen für das Jahr 2015 auf dem deutsche Fachmedienmarkt - eine Ausschnittsbetrachtung via Deutsche Fachpresse.

Umsätze der Deutschen Fachmedienhäuser in 2014 vs. 2013


Lesebeispiel:
Der Gesamtumsatz der deutschen Fachmedienhäusern erhöhte sich 2014 um 1,3 % auf 3,247 Milliarden Euro.

 
Ergebnisentwicklung der Deutschen Fachmedienhäusern in 2014 vs. 2013


Lesebeispiel:
Die von den Befragungsteilnehmern gemeldeten Jahresergebnisse liegen unter dem Durchschnitt derer des Vorjahresergebnisses.

Friday, April 17, 2015

ABM: U.S. B2B Media Revenue 2014 plus 3.3%, nears prerecession levels

- according to ABM BIN's selection and method of counting (without price adjustment).



Graph Source: Folio: Magazine

The Folio: chart is based on ABM's BIN Report Year-End-2014






The ABM- BIN report combines data from several sources. Event revenue is supplied by CEIR; print advertising data is provided by publishing service bureau IMS. Data on B2B digital advertising is estimated by ABM based on information provided by the IAB and the data component of the BIN report is provided by Outsell, supplemented by publicly available data and ABM estimates.

As you can see, there is a good chance that in 2015 U.S. B2B revenue from digital advertising will overtake print advertising ...  more    Folio:     ABM

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Simon Kemp: Digital, Social + Mobile Worldwide in 2015

The We Are Social’s new Digital, Social and Mobile in 2015 reports impressive numbers for more than 240 countries around the world, and profiling 30 of the world’s biggest economies in detail, this report is the most comprehensive, free compendium of up-to-date digital statistics and data you’ll find ... more


Thursday, December 11, 2014

World Magazine Trends 2015: Latin America (IV.)

From the new edition of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2014/2015
[data from ZenithOptimedia]:

Advertising expenditures expected to grow from US$ 33,9 to US$ 38 million an impressive growth of 12,1 %. The largest advertising market in the region is Brazil, second, with a high growth rates of 28,1 % will be Argentina, who sends Mexico to third place in 2015 according to ZenithOptimedia). Except Brazil, Latin America is the only region still showing some growth in magazine advertisement (admittedly based on a small proportion of total ad spend).


Advertising Spend 2015 in Latin America (selection)




More about the WMT Report

FIPP's Annual Compendium The World Magazine Trends Report 2014-2015 provides - on over 460 pages - covers key industry data on a global, regional and country-by-country (46 countries, see Table of Contents) basic data for the consumer and B2B magazine media business. Data on advertising spending (by ZenithOptimedia) for B2B + Consumer Magazines as well as circulation figures (by PricewaterhouseCoopers) from the past and and forecast to 2016. Data about digital media, include Internet penetration and mobile penetration, plus eReader and Magazine website listings ... more

Advertising Spending and Media Usage compared: USA vs. Germany

For the following chart we use data that are by no means compatible. Advertising spending in the U.S. and Germany for 2014 (estimated by ZenithOptimedia) and media usage for U.S. by eMarketer, for Germany by ARD/ZDF Online Study (with data from 2014 and 2010 (Print) mixed.


The share of ad budgets for Print (Newspaper, Magazines) in both countries is declining. But publishers in Germany still benefit from the warm winds of advertising budgets, but for how long?

*) more about the ARD/ZDF Online Study

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

World Magazine Trends 2015: Asia-Pacific Region (III.)

From the new edition of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2014/2015
[data from ZenithOptimedia]:

The Asia Pacific region is the most populated region with more than 50 % of all people on earth. In Advertising the Asia-Pacific region is second after North-America and could advance to the first place before 2020.

Ad spending will grow about 7,3%. newspaper remain stable, whilst magazine will decline further (- 1,3 %) and Internet advertising will grow about 19,8 %. Growth will come from mostly from China, India, Indonesia.

Advertising Spend 2015 in Asia - Pacific (selection)


More about the WMT Report

FIPP's Annual Compendium The World Magazine Trends Report 2014-2015 provides - on over 460 pages - covers key industry data on a global, regional and country-by-country (46 countries, see Table of Contents) basic data for the consumer and B2B magazine media business. Data on advertising spending (by ZenithOptimedia) for B2B + Consumer Magazines as well as circulation figures (by PricewaterhouseCoopers) from the past and and forecast to 2016.

Data about digital media, include Internet penetration and mobile penetration, plus eReader and Magazine website listings ...  more

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2014: CEE Region (II.)

From the new edition of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2014/2015
[data from ZenithOptimedia]:

Advertising growth rate in Europe from 2013 - 2014 was - according to Zenith Optimedia - the lowest growth rate of all regions. Except for Kazakstan and Latvia all other countries in the WMT report delivered negative growth in (print-) magazine advertising. Poland -15,7%, Russia -7,4%, Bulgaria -6,5%, Austria -4,5%.

Digital magazine advertising is reported under Internet, but (unfortunately) not separately reported.

Advertising Spending 2015 in the CEE / MOE Region (selection) 


More about the WMT Report

FIPP's Annual Compendium The World Magazine Trends Report 2014-2015 provides - on over 460 pages - covers key industry data on a global, regional and country-by-country (46 countries, see Table of Contents) basic data for the consumer and B2B magazine media business. Data on advertising spending (by ZenithOptimedia) for B2B + Consumer Magazines as well as circulation figures (by PricewaterhouseCoopers) from the past and and forecast to 2016.

Data about digital media, include Internet penetration and mobile penetration, plus eReader and Magazine website listings ...  more

Monday, December 08, 2014

Magazine Compendium: FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2014-15 out

FIPP's Annual Compendium The World Magazine Trends Report 2014-2015 provides - on over 460 pages - covers key industry data on a global, regional and country-by-country (46 countries, see Table of Contents) basic data for the consumer and B2B magazine media business. Data on advertising spending (by ZenithOptimedia) for B2B + Consumer Magazines as well as circulation figures (by  PricewaterhouseCoopers) from the past and forecast to 2016.

Data about digital media, include Internet penetration and mobile penetration, plus eReader and Magazine website listings (where available).

From FIPP's release (5-Dec-2014):
Magazines, now and the future
Globally, total magazine revenue will resume growth in 2015. Although there was still a decline in 2013 (-0.7% compared to 2012), in 2015, the magazine publishing industry will reverse years of decline to record 0.2% year-on-year growth as overall digital gains outweigh falling print revenue. In 2016, total magazine revenue will reach US$97.3 billion, up from US$97.1 billion in 2013.
Digital magazine circulation revenue will see the fastest growth. Global digital magazine circulation revenue will rise at 43.4% year-on-year reaching US$5.2 billion in 2016. As companies see more success in turning digital magazine consumption from free-of-charge websites to paid-for digital editions, digital will move from accounting for 4% of total consumer magazine circulation revenue in 2013 to 11% in 2016.
Currently advertising is centered on magazine websites, but, as digital circulations increase, electronic editions will become increasingly popular for advertisers. In 2013 total digital advertising accounted for US$8.4 billion, 17% of total advertising revenue. Global digital magazine advertising revenue will be US$13.4 billion in 2016, which means more than a quarter of total advertising revenue (27%).
Emerging economies such as China, India, Russia and South Africa will see the fastest growth in B2B magazines. As businesses in all types of economies look to grow and increase market share, both advertisers and readers will find their way towards B2B magazines and therefore increase total revenue. 
The report is compiled by FIPP and contributions from industry experts include ZenithOptimedia, PwC and regional and local associations, publishers and agencies. It also includes the FIPP monitor of cross-border launches.


For anyone in media and advertising who needs to know about international magazine markets and a database with some basic data, resources, and contacts,  this 11th compendium has it all (for 46 countries, and what is available).

The Digital + Printed edition' of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2014-2015 is available now. The Excel edition is promised for delivery on January 15, 2015.

More Information and Purchasing options at FIPP's Website


Check back for additional posting

World Magazine Trends 2015: CEE Region (II.)
World Magazine Trends 2015: Asia-Pacific Region (III.)
World Magazine Trends 2015: Latin America (IV.)

Thursday, November 20, 2014

OC&C Insight: No risk, no fun, Update on nicht-markenbezogene Online Aktivitäten von Verlagen (und TV-Sendern)

via / mehr auf occstrategy.com

Die OC&C Ausgabe 'No risk, no fun' gibt einen guten Überblick was deutsche Medienhäuser Online bewegen, welche Schwerpunkte / Veränderungen es 2014 vs 2013 gegeben hat und wie die Verlage und TV-Sender heute, auch im internationalen Vergleich online performen.

- Deutsche Medienhäuser mit 404 digitalen Beteiligungen (+ 6% gegenüber 2013)
- Axel Springer und ProSiebenSat1 mit den meisten Transaktionen
- Holtzbrinck bereinigt das Portfolio und stößt 12 Beteiligungen ab
- Digitaler Umsatzanteil: Burda (54%) und Springer (48%)
- Wachstumstreiber: Inkubatoren und klar definierte Investitions-Cluster.
- Investitionen: Fokus auf E-Commerce und Ad Technology / Marketing Support Services.

plus ausführliches Listing der Online Aktivitäten (Stand: September 2014)

Einige Ergebnisse aus der OC&C Insight






 


Download (PDF)
http://www.occstrategy.com/~/media/Files/Insight%20Documents/DE%20Insight%20Docs/OCCNorisknofunDigitale%20Portfolios2014.ashx

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

JEGI M&A Report 2014 vs 2013 (1st half): Value of deals + 132 %, Number of deals + 6 %

from / via The Jordan, Edmiston Group Inc. press release 
New York, NY June 30, 2014
The media, information, marketing and technology sectors saw 752 transactions announced in the first half of 2014, at a total value of $64.4 billion.  Deal volume increased by 6% from 1H 2013, but with the help of Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of mobile messaging application WhatsApp in February and several other large transactions, deal value more than doubled from 1H 2013’s $27.8 billion.  Twenty four large transactions with $500+ million price tags accounted for 71% of total announced deal value but only 3% of deal volume.  In contrast, small deals under $50 million drove 83% of deal volume in 1H 2014...
The first half of 2014 saw nine mega deals hitting the $1 billion+ mark

(quote from the release)
- Facebook acquisition of WhatsApp for $19 billion;
- CVC Capital Partners and Leonard Green & Partners acquisition of Advantage Sales & Marketing, a sales and marketing agency that specializes in growing brands in the consumer packaged goods industry, from Apax Partners for $4 billion;
- Priceline acquisition of restaurant reservation solutions provider OpenTable for $2.6 billion;
- Charterhouse Capital Partners acquisition of SkillSoft, a provider of on-demand training and e-learning solutions, for a reported $2.3 billion;
- Berkshire Partners acquisition of a majority stake in Catalina Marketing Corporation, a provider of consumer-driven marketing solutions to brand manufacturers, retailers and health providers, in a deal valued at approximately $2 billion;
- Cox Enterprises acquisition of a 25% stake in AutoTrader Group, a digital automotive marketplace for car shoppers and sellers, for $1.8 billion;
- KKR acquisition of Internet Brands, operator of media and e-commerce sites related to consumer purchases, from Hellman & Friedman for $1.1 billion;
- Hellman & Friedman acquisition of a majority stake in Renaissance Learning, a provider of computer-based assessment technology and school improvement programs, for $1.1 billion; and
- Relativity Media acquisition of Fullscreen, a digital media company that builds next-generation channels and networks on YouTube, for nearly $1 billion, according to several sources.

Leading M&A Sectors 1st Half 2014:
Mobile Media & Technology + Marketing Services + Technology



Download JEGI's Full M&A Report (PDF)

Monday, June 30, 2014

Publishers Weekly: The World's 56 Largest Book Publishers - 2014 Edition

The world's largest book publishers by revenue in 2013 (now online) at Publishers Weekly



Hinweis für Printliebhaber (und Deutsch-Bevorzuger)
Ihr müssen noch etwas warten. Die Detailergebnisse werden im Buchreport 2014-07 veröffentlicht.
Hier informieren | bestellen

Note:
This report is a joint venture of PublishNews (BR), buchreport (DE), Livres Hebdo (FR), The Bookseller (UK) and Publishers Weekly (U.S.) and hard work of Rüdiger Wischenbart. Links are for checking the French and/or Portuguese Version later (not yet published), if you prefer / want to read it in your language.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Anmerkungen zum ZAW Jahrbuch Werbung 2014: BIP, Äpfel + Birnen, die Medien glauben (II.)

Inzwischen konnte ich ein wenig im ZAW Jahrbuch - Werbung 2014 blättern und finde das Kompendium ist weiterhin ein nützliches Nachschlagewerk über (verfügbare) werbestatische Daten in Deutschland (leider noch immer nicht digital). Es bietet auf rund 360 Seiten (deutlich verschlankt) vor allem Statistiken, Daten und Adresse der Werbewirtschaft und ihrer Verbände. Einen Mix aus Äpfel und Birnen oder wie internationale Mitleser sagen würden, Äpfel und Orangen und wie in den vergangenen Jahren werden ausgewertete Daten zu erfassbaren Daten. In 2014 inkl. Sponsoring (FASPO), Werbeartikel (GWW Daten), Werbung per Post (Deutsche Post) und Suchwortvermarktung (BVDW Daten).

Aus dem Inhalt 
Werbewirtschaft in Zahlen
Volkswirtschaftliche Faktoren, Nettoumsatzentwicklung der Werbeträger 2013, Arbeitsmarkt Werbewirtschaft, deutsche Werbewirtschaft im internationalen Vergleich

Werbepolitische Entwicklungen in Deutschland und der EU
Wettbewerbsrecht, Verbraucherpolitik, Kinder, Datenschutz, Audiovisuelle Medien, Energiekennzeichnung, Lebensmittel, Alkoholhaltige Getränke, Tabakprodukte, Glücksspiel, Kosmetische Produkte, Arzneimittel, Finanzdienstleistungen

Selbstregulierung der Werbewirtschaft
Deutscher Werberat, Deutscher Datenschutzrat Online-Werbung (DDOW), Clearingstelle Online-Werbung und Urheberrecht (COWU), internationale Werbeselbstkontrolle

Branchen der Werbewirtschaft
Alkoholfreie Getränke, Anzeigenblätter, Arzneimittel, Auskunfts- und Verzeichnismedien, Außenwerbung (Out of Home), Automobilindustrie, Brauwirtschaft, Dialogmarketing, Digitale Werbewirtschaft, Druck- und Medienindustrie, Einzelhandel, Fachzeitschriften, Fernsehwerbung, Finanzdienstleistungen, Glücksspiel, Kinowerbung, Kommunikationsagenturen, Lebensmittelwirtschaft, Markt- und Sozialforschung, Mediaagenturen, Messewirtschaft, Publikumszeitschriften, Radiowerbung, Spielwaren, Spirituosen-Industrie, Sponsoring, Süßwaren, Systemgastronomie, Tabakprodukte, Werbeartikelwirtschaft, Werbefilmproduktion, Zeitungen

Werbeberufe – Berufsstände und Studienmöglichkeiten
Art Directors Club für Deutschland (ADC) e.V., DWG Deutsche Werbewissenschaftliche Gesellschaft e.V., Kommunikationsverband e.V., Konferenz der Akademien für Kommunikation, Marketing, Medien e.V. (KdA)

Der Zentralverband der deutschen Werbewirtschaft ZAW
Aufgaben und Strukturen, Präsidium, Mitgliedsorganisationen, Assoziierte Mitglieder, Geschäftsstelle, Freiheit für die Werbung e.V.

Die Informationsgemeinschaft zur Feststellung der Verbreitung von Werbeträgern (IVW): 
Aufgaben und Strukturen, Verwaltungsrat

Meine Empfehlung:
20 € / Studenten 10 € (plus Versandkosten) investieren und das Jahrbuch des ZAW - Werbung 2014 in das Bücherregal stellen und darauf hoffen, dass der ZAW in 2015ff den Sprung ins Digitale schafft

siehe auch:
Der ZAW macht sich Sorgen um den Werbeaufschwung in Deutschland

Ein paar zusätzliche Beobachtungen - während eines ersten Durchblätterns - hier kurz angemerkt:

BIP und Werbeinvestitionen / Werbeeinnahmen der Werbeträger

Mit den Zahlenreihen früherer ZAW Jahrbücher nicht mehr vergleichbar zeigt eine Tabelle 2009 - 2013 (BIP in jeweiligen Preisen)

einen Rückgang des Anteils der Werbeinvestitionen am BIP um 8,9 % und
einen Rückgang des Anteils der Werbeeinnahmen der Medien am BIP um 12,5 %

während im gleichen Zeitraum die Werbeinvestitionen um 4,4 % und die Werbeeinnahmen der Medien um 0,5 % gestiegen sind. (Jahrbuch 2014, Seite 6)

Nettowerbeeinnahmen der erfassbaren [Anmerkung d.V.: erfassten) Werbeträger in Deutschland

Im ZAW Handbuch werden die z.B.

die Nettowerbeeinnahmen des Fernsehens für 2013 mit 4,125 Mrd. €, plus 2,2 % angegeben, während der Nielsenwerbetrend per Dezember 2013
von Bruttowerbeeinnahmen des Fernsehens für 2013 von 11, 336 Mrd. €, plus 5,7 % berichtet,

also eine brutto / netto Differenz von 65,6 % ausmacht, so man denn Äpfel mit Birnen vergleichen will.

Ein anderes Extrem - in umgekehrte Richtung - ist der Ausweis bei den Fachzeitschriften

die Nettowerbeeinnahmen der Fachzeitschriften für 2013 mit 889,0 Mio. €, plus 3,6 % angegeben (Fachpressestatistik), während der Nielsenwerbetrend per Dezember 2013
von Bruttowerbeeinnahmen der Fachzeitschriften für 2013 von 401,4 Mio. €, minus 3,7 % berichtet
 
(was hier wohl in erster Linie mit der Ausschnittsbetrachtung (200+ Fachzeitschriften), aber deutlich macht - falls die andere Zahl stimmt - dass der Trend auch mal in die falsche Richtung zeigt.)

Glauben die Werbeträger an die positive Wirkung der Werbung (oder handeln sie jedenfalls so)

Nach den Nielsen-Werbetrends tun sie das. Zwei Beispiele

Fachzeitschriften investierten in 2013 (brutto) 116,4 Mio. € oder 29,5 % aller Werbung in Fachzeitschriften (Werbetrend, siehe oben), Platz zwei nehmen die Dienstleistungen mit 36,4 Mio. oder 9,2 % und Platz 3 der KFZ Markt mit 27,7 Mio. € oder  7,0 % ein. (Jahrbuch 2014, Seite 154)

Publikumszeitschriften investierten in 2013 (brutto) 901,8 Mio. € oder 25,9 % aller Werbung in Publikumszeitschriften (Werbetrend, siehe oben), Platz zwei nimmt die Werbung für Körberpflege mit 326,7 Mio. oder 9,4 % und Platz 3 der KFZ Markt mit 273, 6 Mio. oder 7,9 % ein. (Jahrbuch 2014, Seite 214)

P.S.
Übrigens, u.a. Mediaagenturen, Radio, TV sind wesentlich weniger überzeugt von der Wirksamkeit der Werbung, gemessen an eigenen Investitionen in (ausgewerteten) Werbeträger 

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Stats on Content Marketing in Europe - a Lee Odden collection

In Lee Odden's Blogpost (June 9) he shared 140+ Statistics on Content Marketing in Europe he pulled together for a keynote at the Content Marketing Conference Europe and invides readers to share the data with others. The list is somewhat UK-heavy, but nonetheless educational.

Here some samples of the data you can expect:

Top 5 Priorities for Global and European Marketers in 2014 - Adobe/Econsultancy

36% content marketing
36% social media engagement
32% Targeting and personalization
31% Conversion rate optimization
28% Mobile optimization


71% of European companies’ adoption of content marketing has been inconsistent or worse – HubSpot/Smart Insights

49% of marketers in Europe spend 0-20% f their marketing budget on content marketing – HubSpot/Smart Insights

49% of European marketers have seen a return on their investment in content marketing – HubSpot/Smart Insights

Content Marketing Assets That Generate Leads or Sales for European Marketers - HubSpot/Smart Insights

42% Blog posts or articles
37% eNewsletters or online magazines
25% Own community or forum
25% Animated explainer videos
23% Branded engagement and videos
23% Whitepapers or eBooks
21% Infographics
20% Mobile specific apps or engagement tools
19% Industry or consumer research reports
19% Webinars
19% Competitions
15% Calculators and interactive tools
10% Quizzes
  7% Games

Top Challenges for European Content Marketers - HubSpot/Smart Insights

15% Measuring ROI and effectiveness
15% Strategy – Choosing quality content to engage
15% Creating sufficient quality content
15% Developing sufficient quantity of content
10% Budgeting and gaining buy-in
9% Forming and managing partnerships to share content
8% Integrating content marketing into other activities
8% Lack of specific content marketing skills

Most Effective Content Marketing Tactics in the UK - CMI/DMA UK

68% Case Studies (63% US)
66% Research Reports (56% US)
62% eNewsletters (59% US)
61% In-person Events (67% US)
61% Webinars / Webcasts (60% US)
60% Mobile Apps (42% US)
60% Videos (60% US)
59% Mobile Content (44% US)
58% White Papers (56% US)
57% Digital Magazine (42% US)
54% Social Media Content (53% US)
52% Microsites (49% US)
50% Articles on Other Websites (49% US)
50% Articles on Your Website (54% US)

via / more - including the links to the original studies on his toprankblog.

Friday, June 06, 2014

NYTimes: How the Recession Reshaped the Economy, in (just) 255 Charts

"Five years since the end of the Great Recession, the private sector has finally regained the nine million jobs it lost. But not all industries recovered equally...! more / all

Here’s how the recession affected jobs in our industry. In newsrooms, publishing, advertising, and more


Click graph to enlarge

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

IAB Europe Adex Benchmark Report for 2013: Digital Ad Spend 27.3 Mrd. €, plus 11.9%

via IAB Europe press release 20-May-2014

Digital Ad Spend Volume: UK first, DE second, FR third





Growth Rate in Digital Ad Spend Europe





Digital Ad Share by Format 2006 - 2013  


Read Online or download the Slidedeck from the
8th Annual Interact Conference IAB Europe, Paris, France on Slideshare



Sunday, May 18, 2014

How B2B Media Companies perform in U.S. - the ABM Managing Profits Report 2014

Last week I shared some data from the ABM BIN Report [here].


Today I can share some more data from ABM's Managing Profits Report 2014 presented during
ABM's Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ
May 4 - 7, 2014.

Please note, as with the German trade press statistics (Fachpressestatistik), these data represent only the input of the participants of the survey and changes in the composition of the participating publishers, changes in their market, offerings and portfolio may influence the results year by year.

B2B Media turnover - growth and decline




Revenue share 2010 - 2013, by company size





Print profitability improved 2013 vs 2012



Digital monetizing model - monetizing revenue 



Digital cost - according to the respondents
(and their definition, practice)



Further revenue shifts lie ahead


If you want to see / hear the full presentation on ABM's Managing Profits Report 2014 from the ABM Annual Conference, here is the Link
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