Many things have changed in the digital advertising sphere during 2015. Total digital ad spend in the US has accounted for around $58 billion in 2015, which represents a significant growth compared to the $50 billion in 2014, shows The Sixth annual State of the Video Industry report done by AOL . The predictions are that US digital spend growth will only go up, reaching $93.7 billion in 2019. This growth is mainly coming from video content and that has been consumed mostly on mobile devices.
Mobile devices are becoming the first thing people look at when they wake up and the last thing they see before going to sleep. Currently, figures show there are 3.65 billion unique global mobile users, and around 50% of the world is connected to a mobile phone. For all marketing experts and advertisers those figures only mean one thing – mobile users are a target as the perfect niche throughout every company’s content marketing campaign. But if you are not convinced yet, here are more pieces of evidence of the mobile video domination you need to go through:
Mobile online video viewing is increasing – Ooyala found mobile video consumption has jumped 100 percent year-over-year between the Q1 2014 and the first quarter of 2015. Ooyala forecasts for mobile video’s share to cross 50% growth by Q3 ’15. Therefore, it’s become imperative that organizations enable the anytime-anywhere delivery of video content across all handheld devices. Since video sharing is growing in popularity, and more and more mobile users are and will spend time-consuming videos on their mobile devices, social media marketers need to start putting mobile video at the top of their web video production when creating successful […]
More often than before, people are using mobile devices, and according to Cisco by 2018, more than 64% of the world’s population will be mobile users. Here is the current state of the industry that explains why you need to put mobile first while creating your marketing campaign: Mobile Video Dominates Mobile usage has become a part of the everyday routine of an average human being, and lately this trend is passing on the video consumption department as well, as more people are watching video on mobile devices. During the past year, 26% of online video views were on a […]
Online ad viewability is a hot topic in advertising right now, therefore, brand advertisers want to ensure that their video ads are seen. Google conducted a study of their video advertising platforms, as they explain – to better understand video ad viewability. They analyzed two separate sets of data during April of 2015. The first data set consisted of video viewability across the web which did not included YouTube (Mobile video app ad views were excluded from this data set) and the second data set which consisted of video viewability data for YouTube, only this data set include both data […]