Nielsen Releases 5 Facts for Top Advertising Trends

Nielsen have shared their predictions for the advertising market in 2010, with smart phone, SEO Companies Eugene and social networking advertising set to provide new sales channels.

Here’s a look at their top 5 trends from the Nielsen blog:

1. Optimizing media convergence is a top priority. A better understanding of media convergence will manifest in order to deliver a better return on investment. The ability to accurately measure activity and link online ads to offline purchasing behavior will be critical.
2. New models emerge to take advantage of smart phones. Accurate mobile measurement will be required to stay head of the snowballing growth of that media platform.
3. More cross-media ad campaigns surface. The massive growth of online video games played and shared online leads the way for more successful interactive and cross-media advertising campaigns to appear. Growth in the adoption of this innovative advertising across screens and activities will increase.
4. Commercialization of social networking hubs increase. Social media will provide a new sales channel for establishing product awareness and commercializing brands to better support traditional advertising or text-based ads.
5. More interesting and interactive online ads appear. Increased use of more creative advertising and content models online such as video, attention-seeking page takeover ads and mechanisms for greater interactivity will drive the next era of Web development.

Read more: Nielsen Shares Top Advertising Trends for 2010 | ineedhits nielsensharestopadvertisingtrends2010

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