Mobile Ad and Marketing Power Up!

According to PQ Media, the total US mobile and social media revenues including business and consumer content, access and advertising ang marketing reached $45.38 billion in 2011 or 30.2% from a year earlier.

Among three broad categories of mobile and social media revenues—mobile advertising and marketing, mobile content and access, and online social media—mobile advertising and marketing was fastest-growing sector in 2011, expanding 53.7% year over year to $3.39 billion with the ad segment soaring 60.9% and the marketing segment expanding 46.2% during the year.

PQ Media’s US Mobile and Social Media Forecast also said that this year 2012 to 2016:

  • Mobile content and access was by far the largest industry sector in 2011 with revenues of $39.17 billion, up 27.8%. Of that $39.17 billion, the business segment accounted for 58% of the total and the consumer segment accounted for 42%.
  • Online social media was the smallest sector of mobile and social media during the year, reaching $2.83 billion in revenues, but the category grew at a very strong 42.1% year over year. Within the online social media category, social networking was the largest and fastest-growing segment by far, increasing 45.9%, to $2.28 billion in 2011.
  • From 2006 to 2011, mobile and social media revenue rose at a compound annual growth rate of 28.7%.

Mobile and Social Market Share

mobile and social media accounted for 4.1% of the overall communications industry revenues in 2011, up from only 1.3% in 2006. Among the 44 mobile and social media revenue streams studied, 11 exceeded $1 billion in 2011, and 23 are expected to do so by the end of 2016, according to PQ Media.

Total US mobile and social media revenues—including consumer and business access, content, advertising and marketing—is expected to grow 30.8% year over year in 2012 on higher business and consumer demand.

Final Say : Mobile will be faster in 2015 than any other communications industry, driven by several key growth drivers, including strong growth in overall mobile device penetration, the transition to smartphones and tablets, the torrent of new mobile content launches, and the continued growth of consumer and business time spent with mobile media.

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