Q2 Reports close to $3 Billion in Internet Advertising Revenues First Half 05 reaches $5.8 Billion 26% increase over 04 On September 26, 2005, during the MIXX Conference and Expo, the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) released Internet Advertising Revenues covering Q2 and the first six months of 2005. Internet advertising revenues (U.S.)
In today’s marketplace, web site statistics are a very important tool to help us when making decisions about our web site. In case you are unaware, if you have a website on the Internet, there is a good chance that your web server is collecting information on the visitors to your web site. For example,
A new report from Borrell Associates predicts that online local search advertising will grow far faster than local online display ad spending over the next five years. Local online advertising is enjoying a bonanza year, with many site operators reporting revenue increases of 50 percent or more. While newspapers and the so-called pure-play Internet companies
Internet advertising in the U.K. rose 62 percent to $861 million in the first half and is now worth more than outdoor advertising, Bloomberg reported today. The Internet had 5.8 percent of the U.K. advertising market in the first six months of 2005, more than outdoor’s 5.1, and well ahead of radio’s 3.6.
When was the last time you remember hearing that marketers were actually more satisfied with a marketing channel today than in the past?
The annual survey released by Marketing Sherpa, the leading source of Practical News & Case Studies on Internet Advertising, Marketing & PR finds that marketers are happier today than 1-year ago with the results generated from Paid Search Advertising. In fact, they found that 43% of readers felt that PPC ad results were “very effective.”