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China online advertising to grow 33% in 2015 fueled by ecommerce spending.

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This chart from GroupM’s “This Year, Next Year: China Media Forecasts,” captures media spending trends for this year and 2015. Overall, total media spending is projected to increase 11% in 2015 to reach RMB 525 billion which reflects an uptick in consumer confidence compared to 9.8% growth in 2014. Not surprisingly, Internet spending will see the largest increase in spending next year at 33%, with the largest proportion of budgets going to search ads on ecommerce websites – which reflects their emergence as a primary starting point for the online consumer journey. [GroupM via Kantar]

這個來自GroupM 發佈的“今年,明年: 中國媒體的預測”中的圖表摘要了中國媒體今年和2015年的消費趨勢。合計的媒體消費預計將在2015年增長至11%達到525億人民幣,反映了消費者信心的增加相較2014年9.8%的增長率。互聯網消費將會在接下來一年增長至33%, 其中電商網站的搜索廣告佔據了互聯網消費的最大比率,此跡象表明了媒體著重于在綫消費者歷程的起始點。[GroupM via Kantar]

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Which mobile advertising formats are the most effective in China?

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This infographic created from PwC’s recently published report “Mobile Advertising in China,” highlights the differences in global consumer preferences when it comes to interacting with brands on mobile platforms. When compared to the U.S. (12%) and the U.K. (20%), video was the preferred ad format by a wide margin in China (36%), reflecting Chinese consumers’ adoption of smartphones as a “first screen” for the consumption of premium content that is almost always ad-supported. Coupons follow close behind as a preferred ad format and speaks to Chinese consumers’ affinity for value as well as their willingness to make purchases through their smartphones. [PwC via Campaign Asia]

普华永道中国在2014年5月发表了移动广告在中国的调查报告,数据显示移动广告方面左右消费者偏好的基本因素。跟英、美两国相比,对中国消费者而言,视频(36%)及优惠券(33%)这两种形式的广告投放显然是最受欢迎的移动广告方案,这归功于中国手机用户的高值黏度及移动端消费的习惯。[PwC via Campaign Asia]

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WeChat, O2O, and Social CRM at the forefront for China digital marketers in 2014.


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This chart generated from the 2014 China Digital Marketing Report published by Hylink Digital Marketing Research (HDMR), captures the views of 30 China marketing professionals surveyed about the current digital advertising environment. WeChat’s impact is readily apparent as the platform attracting the most attention in 2014, but also of note is the rising importance of O2O and social CRM. As Weibo crests in popularity and effectiveness, WeChat has shifted brand’s focus towards creating a 1-to-1 relationship with consumers and driving consumers to increasingly immersive offline experiences and conversion opportunities. [HDMR via China Internet Watch]

华扬数字营销研究院访问了国内的30位广告高管,以期了解中国数字化 广告的发展情况。不出所料, 微信已获得大多数广告主的青睐, 以作为线 上线下的连接窗口以及一对一的客服中心。[HDMR via China Internet Watch]

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Baidu dominates China online advertising market.

From Tech Web: China Venture has released an online marketing report which is based on the published data of Chinese majority listed Internet companies. Checking the infographic we will see that among the listed companies, Baidu’s ad revenue tops and the amount is much more than the others; meanwhile, the increase speed also keeps relatively high. The amount of Tencent has been ranked as 3rd place, but we notice that the ad revenue has only occupied 8% of its total revenue (check the smaller chart) while ad revenue of Baidu equals 99% of the total revenue. Though the amount of Qihoo360 is only 26 million USD, its increase speed is the highest.

来自Tech Web:金融信息服务机构投中集团根据国内主要互联网上市公司公布的财务数据制作了一份互联网广告市场的分析报告。图表表明,在所有列出的互联网公司广告收入中,百度占据首位,且其数额远远超过其他公司,增长速度也不弱。腾讯的广告收入位居第三,但是我们发现广告收入只占了腾讯总营收的8%,而百度的却占了总营收的99%。奇虎360的广告收入额虽然只有2600万美元,但其增长速度确实所有公司中最快的。

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China’s Digital Preferences.

From Synovate China Media Atlas; measurement of China’s top media channels.

Clear preference for digital via internet and mobile. TV continues to hold on, but expect this to decrease as future generations split their time across engaging digital medium vs. passive TV entertainment.