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65 percent of digital media should be programmatic in 2019 - says Zenith Programmatic Marketers' Outlook.
According to Zenith's Programmatic Marketing Forecasts released today, 65 percent of all digital media commercials in 2019 will be program-driven. Marketers will be spending $84 billion next year on programmatic marketing, up from $70 billion this year, or 62% of digital media spending. In 2020, we expect marketers to be spending $98 billion on programmatic ads, or 68% of their digital media spending.
Digital media means all types of pay-per-view ads within on-line contents, as well as on-line videos and socially minded media, but without pay searching and classifieds. n Australia, programmatic spending has risen from only USD 61 million (AU$ 83.7 million) in 2012 to USD 1.27 billion (AU$ 1.4 billion) this year. Zenith forecasts an increase to USD 2.13 billion (AU$ 2.92 billion) by 2020, which corresponds to 67% between 2018 and 2020.
The programme now includes 46. 8 percent of digital signage, which is expected to rise to 67.2 percent by 2020. By 2020, programmatic spending will account for 27% of all digital expenditure on advertisements, compared with only 18% in 2018. Widespread use of commercials available through programmatic commerce is increasing as more portable, streaming and streaming media come on-line, although brand names and agents need to do more to get publishing houses to enhance the overall value of their collections, which must be at least secure and visible.
"We expect a number of new Australian programming to be done on new programming platforms, such as voice (music & podcast), wireless and addressed television, so we continue to see programming grow. "will be the greatest shift we will see in 2019. TV stations have been active in advertising for addressed TV andatch up TV (CTV), and along with the introduction of VOZ next year, we expect a number of major TV marketers to be more program driven from their on-line videos.
With TV and CTV becoming increasingly inter-connected and first and second parties' information becoming increasingly important and widely used, the efficacy of targeted will balance all technological and information outlays. Programmatically, the most economical and efficacious way to buy media will be in the market. "Worldwide, the development of programmatic marketing is decelerating as it consolidates its place as the most important digital commerce tool.
While Zenith predicts that total programmatic advertising spending will increase by 24% in 2018, up from 32% in 2017, Zenith predicts 19% in 2019, followed by 17% in 2020. ZENITIT Australia predicts that in 2018 it will increase by 59%, compared to 54% in 2017, and predicts 29% in 2019 and 30% in 2020.
The largest programmatic US based economy is the USA, where we are expecting 40 US dollars. 6 billion euros to be allocated in 2018 - 58% of overall expenditure. In second place, China is investing 7.9 billion US dollars in programmatic advertisements this year, followed by Great Britain with 5.6 billion US dollars in programmatic advertisements.
It is also the US that has seen the most acceptance of programmatic ad, accounting for 83% of all digital media this year. In second place is Canada with 82% of the programme driven digital media trade, followed by the United Kingdom with 76% and Denmark with 75%. Until 2020, programmatic advertisements will make up more than 80% of digital media in all four countries.
Canadas will have almost finished the switch to programmatic commerce and will spend 99% of digital media this year programatically. Zénith anticipates that all Canadian economies will succeed and ultimately use programmatic commerce for all digital media transaction. In fact, it is only a question of getting programmatic trade to become the standard methodology for all media.
Last year we predicted that 64% of digital media will be programmatic in 2018 and 67% will be programmatic in 2019, so we have withdrawn both projections by two percent. Introducing rules on protection of personal information, such as the EU GDPR, has had some cooling effects by not making available certain information previously used in programmatic operations and making the processing of other information more expensive.
However, we believe that the primary cause of the deceleration in programmatic media expenditure is that broadcasters are increasing their investments in infrastructures and information to make their programmatic activities more efficient. In order to get the most out of their programmatic campaign, marketers need to reorganize themselves within the company to provide the programmatic trade with the high levels of assistance and comprehension it needs.
Only in a good relationship with their customers can agency draw maximal benefit from their programmatic strategies. A programmatic approach can only be as efficient as the information it uses to run it. Say Benoit Cacheux, the Global head of Digital and Innovations, Zenith: "The programmatic trade enhances economic efficiencies and efficiencies and gains a dominating role in digital media transaction.
However, the scope of operative reorganisation to make the most of it is large and costly, and marketers are investing more diligently as they continue to spend on infrastructures, information and media reviews. Any programmatic advertiser needs a policy to obtain the best and most complete available information and handle it as an important business value.
" One of the most precious pieces of information is first-party information, either provided specifically by users or obtained by following their activities on their own Web sites. The use of third-party information is also becoming increasingly popular by establishing information exchange relationships, e.g. between brand names and on-line merchants. Third parties' information is widely disseminated, but does not give the advertiser a distinct edge over the competition as it allows each advertisement to address the same segment.
Marketers should continuously review and retrieve third-party information to make sure that it really does have a wider audience. The combination of all this information with their own CRM system allows marketers to shape consumers' behavior and enables experienced users to use automated learners to forecast it. Information and new technologies enable trademarks to move from cookie tracing to individual communication.
"Technological advances make programmatic brand promotion tougher. The promise of artifical intelligentsia is to develop a new way of seeing clients as human beings and to improve the optimization of the retail process."