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Creative Automation Set to Take Over Ad Industry

Today's Marketing Trend: How Mankind and Artificial Intelligence [AI] will work together to improve the advertising industry.

AI machines have already proven capable of writing poetry and driving cars. Moreover, there is even speculation that a machine will one day win a ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q4 2016]

... Pulitzer prize!

Meantime, AI technology is likely to disrrupt the global advertising and marketing industry. McCann Erickson Japan has already launched a sixteen minute movie titled The Automation of Creativity starring the world’s first AI creative director. The movie also discusses the impact of automated creativity on humans working in the ad industry.

Predicts Justin Taylor, UK managing director at video advertising marketplace company Teads: “As we are moving into this creative era of programmatic, we should see creative directors, data technologists and machines working together to really start making a difference, which is where the new era of creativity is going to come from".

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Source: TheDrum.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=7036

Addressable TV Ads Are On the March

Trend Summary: Addressable TV in the USA is on course to double its revenues, creating a $2bn marketplace by 2018.


According to TV industry trade group the Video Advertising Bureau [VAB], addressable TV is an advertising technology that enable advertisers to selectively segment TV audiences and serve different ads or ad pods (groups of ads) within a ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q4 2016]

... common program or navigation screen.

The VAB calculates that current revenues from addressable TV approach $900 million in 42% of TV homes.

The trade body also estimates that 71% of marketers are willing to pay a higher cost per thousand price  for addressable ads - which are able to span live and on-demand TV.

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Source: MediaPost.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=7033

Global Adspend Predicted to Rise 4% in 2016

Trend Summary: Global advertising expenditure will grow 4.4% this year to reach $539bn, ahead of the 4.1% previously forecast in June.


According to Zenith Optimedia’s latest Advertising Expenditure Forecasts, published today, advertising expenditure worldwide will expand by 4.5% next year and 4.6% in 2018, up from the ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q4 2016]

...  previous growth forecasts for both years, respectively 4.3% and 4.4%.

Zenith also predicts that by 2018 global advertising expenditure will total $589bn, $4bn more than forecast in June this year.

This optimistic forecast is mainly driven by better-than-expected growth in the USA, where a strong labour market has encouraged consumers to increase their spending, and advertisers have fought harder for their share of this expanding market.

The forecast also expect US network TV to return to growth this year (at 1%) after shrinking 5% last year, thanks to new spending by pharmaceutical and fast moving consumer goods companies, plus a strong TV advertising upfront in the USA.

The forecast has also made slight upgrades to its adspend forecasts for Asia Pacific and Western Europe. Zenith now expects Asia Pacific to grow 6.3% this year, up from its previous forecast of 6.2%, thanks to heavy political spending in the Philippines in the run-up to the May 2016 elections.

Zenith has also increased its forecast for Western Europe, where improved conditions in Belgium, Finland, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal and Sweden have compensated for slowdown in the UK.

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Source: Performics.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=7030

B2B Marketers Embrace Programmatic Ads

Trend Summary: Busines-to-Business marketers are ready to roll bigtime on programmatic ads.


A newly released survey of business to business [B2B] marketers and agencies, conducted by Adweek BrandShare on behalf of Dun & Bradstreet, reveals that it's a defining moment for B2B programmatic adoption. Not only are B2B brands now more knowledgeable about ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q4 2016]

...  data-driven media, but programmatic tools are more capable of delivering the types of lead generation and content-focused campaigns that are crucial to B2B success.

Predicts Ashu Garg, a general partner at venture capital firm Foundation Capital: "I think in 2017 we will see a step change in the use of programmatic media buying by B2B companies."

Arguably of equal importance, nearly 70% of the businesses polled said they plan to increase programmatic adspend in 2017, with 22% expecting to increase expenditure by more than 25%. Only 3% anticipated spending less.

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Source: AdWeek.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=7026

Global Adspend Growth Predicted to Slow in 2017

Trend Summary: Global adspend will rise by 4.5% in 2016 but the growth rate is predicted to slow to 4.2% in 2017.


The latest Consensus Ad Forecast from marketing intelligence service Warc indicates that, with the exception of newspapers and magazines, all major media channels are expected to record adspend growth this year and next. However, the two largest channels ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q4 2016]

...  TV (+1.1%) and internet (+13.0%) are forecast to see their growth rate ease during 2017.

The same is true for mobile media, though it is still set to be the fastest-growing ad channel over the period.

All thirteen markets covered in the Warc report are forecast to see the amount invested in advertising rise both this year and next, although in eight of these markets the growth rate will lessen in 2017.

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Source: Warc.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=7020

Voice Search Predicted to Go Mainstream By 2021

Trend Summary: Voice search is predicted to become mainstream within the next five years.


Speaking at the annual Advertising Week event in New York this week, Microsoft's Bing evangelist Christi Olson revealed that voice search queries in any given month already comprise a ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q4 2016]

... quarter of Bing mobile searches and 5% of total searches.

Ms Olson's colleague, product marketing manager for Bing Ads Geoffrey Colon, emphasised the nature of the inevitable change taking place, citing as an example his own family. Admits Mr Colon: "I never was comfortable speaking into my phone - but my girls? That's all they know how to do, because they don't know how to type yet—they're 4 and 6—but they can talk."

"I think, like so many of these things, the adoption will actually take off because of the next generation."

"Right now we're in an area of 'Let's see how voice search actually works' and get it to work at a good sort of rate before we move into how we monetise it."

Meantime, researchers are eager to explore the use of voice in mobile surveys, which could not only accelerate the process but enable greater access to respondents such as children, illiterate users and the vision-impaired.

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Source: AdWeek.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=6997

Global Marketing Budgets Fall For First Time in Over Three Years

Trend Summary: Marketers worldwide have tightened their purse-strings, causing global marketing budgets to fall for the first time in over three years.


In its latest monthly release, the Global Marketing Index [GMI] published by World Economics.com, reveals that the value of the Global Market Headline Index fell in September to 52.4, the fourth consecutive monthly decline in ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q3 2016]

... the level of the index.

GMI regional indexes slowed across all regions and in the Americas reached 50.5, just above the 50.0 ‘no change level’.

September's Global Marketing Budgets Index recorded a value of 49.2, below the 50.0 no change level, indicating the first fall after nearly four years of growth.

Budgets were reduced in all regions apart from Europe where an index of 51.0 (representing insipid growth) was recorded causing the index to fall in value for the sixth consecutive month.

World Economics.com attributes the Global Marketing budget cuts as a reaction to challenging marketing conditions. These are illustrated by the Global Trading Conditions Index which fell in September for the fourth consecutive month and in value across all regions.

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Source: WorldEconomics.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=6995

Social Media Users Increasingly Reject Brand Intrusions

Trend Summary: Although newer social platforms are growing rapidly, over a quarter of global internet users "actively ignore" social posts by brands.


Consumers, it seems, are getting increasingly savvy about the wiles of brands and marketers. This trend is revealed in the latest Connected Life study by WPP Group's research arm Kantar TNS, which examines and reports on the digital attitudes and behaviours of ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q3 2016]

... 70,000 internet users in fifty-seven nations. 

Usage of newer social platforms is growing rapidly, but over a quarter of internet users worldwide say they "actively ignore" social posts or content from brands.

Twenty-six percent of global survey respondents claim they "went out of their way" to avoid branded content, a figure that rose to 57% in Sweden and Denmark. Scepticism was rather less marked in Saudi Arabia (15%) and Brazil (19%).

Notes the report: "Although social platforms start out ad-free, focusing initially on growing the number of users, the need to monetise inevitably leads to the introduction of ads".

The report also identifies other problems for brands, citing in example the fact that consumers feel increasingly bombarded by the presence of brands on social platforms, with 34% of the survey sample saying they feel "constantly followed" by online advertising.

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Source: Warc.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=6992

Live Video is Now a 'Must-Buy' for Marketers

Trend Summary: A study by Yahoo on the effectiveness of livestreamed video found that 31% of consumers remember live ads better.


From sports to breaking news to the world's biggest music festivals, live video gives consumers the experience of being in two places at ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q3 2016]

... one and the same time.

As video viewership on digital devices increases, the thirst for live content does likewise. According to Yahoo sixty-four percent of consumers have watched live online videos in the past year.

That's especially true of millennials who want access to these experiences, 41% of whom said live events help to "keep them in the know".

Even more compelling than the massive numberof eyeballs attracted to live programming is that viewers who tap into live video are highly engaged.

Moreover, Yahoo's recent study into the advertising effectiveness of livestreams found that viewers are emotionally engaged with live content and find it valuable because it's content they want to see.

Meantime, brands are getting in on the action. Advertising alongside live video soared by 113% year-on-year, outpacing all other types of digital video.

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Source: AdWeek.com
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=6991

Consumers Are Losing Patience With Slow-Loading Websites

Trend Summary: Online shoppers are becoming increasingly impatient over website loading times.


According to research from digital performance measurement firm Dynatrace, just a half second difference in page loading times can make a 10% difference in sales for ...

[Estimated timeframe:Q3 2016]

... online retailers.

Paradoxically, despite the general increase in connectivity speeds, retail websites worldwide have been getting slower over the last year, not faster, Dynatrace reports.

Explains the tech firm's vice president of marketing Dave Anderson: "It's mainly because of all the third-party connections to Google, Facebook and Twitter."

"These, and chat functionality, are slowing things down, particularly for Australian sites.

Explains Mr Anderson: "This is because data travelling between the USA and Australia have to cover huge distances, causing a delay, or latency".

Globally, the average page load time has gone up by 7% compared to last year - from 4.2 to 4.5 seconds.

Ironically, this means that retailers who are trying to offer a more interactive, personalised multimedia online experience for their customers have been shooting themselves in the foot.

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Source: BBC.co.uk
MTT insight URL: http://marketingtrendtracker.com/article.aspx?id=6988



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