Australia - Digital Economy - Advertising & Marketing, Strategies & Analyses

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Last updated: 17 Dec 2008 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 9

Analyst: Paul Budde


New business models are now emerging, giving the industry the confidence to begin changing their more traditional models. An equally important factor is that this is backed up by a phenomenal growth in online advertising revenues – these are now well above $1.7 billion. Video-based service on broadband and interactive digital TV networks is becoming a whole new area of advertising opportunities. Personalised media and one-to-one communication will be the predominant mode on the Digital Media. New models will need to be developed to succeed in this highly competitive and highly costumer service sensitive market. Video ads in Australia could outpace Internet search advertising as the fastest growing online revenue stream over the next several years. This report analyses the digital advertising and marketing industry and highlights key strategies.

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