Did I miss a topic you were hoping to see last week in relation to traditional media prediction? I wasn’t finished but kept some for this week! This series of posts is now an annual feature on this blog. However, this year they’ll be shorter and published weekly. 2019 & Beyond More Traditional Media Predictions […]
What happened in 2017 where advertising is concerned? Like last year, I’ve split 2017 in review into several posts. Previously we’ve covered: 2017 in general 2017 in business Today’s post is all about the year in advertising: ad agencies, ad blocking, ad fraud, ad spend, ad tech, advertising in general Ad agency Top 100 Digital […]
2018 predictions are divided into 5 posts this week: 2018 in general (Monday) 2018 in general, business, consumer & science (Wednesday) 2018 marketing predictions (Thursday) 2018 ad spend forecasts (Friday) 2018 advertising predictions (Monday) 2018 mobile marketing predictions (Tuesday) 2018 technology predictions (Wednesday) Today, discover 2018 ad spend forecasts for: advertising, ad fraud, ad measurement, media, media […]
Are you looking for ad spend forecasts? For total media? For digital only? For television? Whatever you’re looking for, I likely have a link for it in this post! 2018 AND BEYOND So far I’ve covered the following topics in previous posts : the future in general, consumers & demographics, the environment, food, health, marketing, privacy, science, and travel. This time around, we’re […]
Media bought programmatically, or in an automated way is now unavoidable for most advertising agencies and advertisers. It is also part of the publisher’s landscape to some extent. Are there only benefits to programmatic buying? No, there are actually quite a few serious problems that face publishers specifically.
What are the 2016 predictions in where advertising is concerned? These 2016 predictions aren’t only for online predictions, but for offline media as well!
I am now a full time independent consultant available to help or accompany media organisations, advertising agencies and advertisers / companies in general on a variety of digital communications fields.
This post will be of use to both buyers and sellers in understanding how to calculate a cost per point where digital is concerned.
Whenever I’m teaching a group on digital media and start exploring pricing models or measurement and get to the CPP or online GRPs, I always get asked, “what’s a point?” or “what’s a online GRP?”
Yes, you can in fact plan an online campaign with GRPs and relate it to your offline broadcast components. Yes you can in some rare cases buy online media using the CPP pricing model. Yes as well to the fact that you can actually report online campaign performance in actual GRPs.