If you’re going to forecase your website’s growth in reach and traffic, you might as well go one step further and forecast what it’ll bring in with online advertising. FYI, I’m director of Internet at Corus Quebec, a Quebec province based radio broadcaster, and it’s my job to maintain online contente, developpement and sales. It’s also my job to set budget including ad revenues and appropriately adjust monthly revenu forecasts.
We talk a lot about the digital revolution that traditional media is being put through: upheaval, readership and audience shrinkage, bankruptcy, pay walls… What’s the situation really like? Traditional media are not dead – not yet, and not for a while at least. They’re not all as strong as they’ve once been, but they still occupy an important place in the media landscape.
I present to you at this year’s end, the many predictions made in 2009 for 2010 and published everywhere across the Web. You’ll find plenty of eMarketer graphs & comments +tons of links to several other predictions about the coming year. These predictions cover marketing priorities, tactics, advertising spend, gaming consoles, mobile marketing, daily newspapers, electronic products, local marketing, Internet penetration in Canada, etc …
What future do you forsee for BARTER? Is Barter catching up in media industry or losing its grip..
What is the best pricing structure and value of the space on a 50″ plasma video board in a University satellite campus lobby (see demographics/add’l info in question details)?
In an age where traditional advertising channels are being filtered out, how do small businesses reach critical mass without a high-dollar budget quickly and easily?