Analytics Strategist

March 14, 2009

Eight trends to watch: 2009 Digital Outlook from Razorfish

1. Advertisers will turn to “measurability” and “differentiation” in the recession

2. Search will not be immune to the impact of the economy

3. Social Influence Marketing™ will go mainstream

4. Online ad networks will contract; open ad exchanges will expand

     with Google’s new interest-based targeting, thing looking to change even more rapidly.

5. This year, mobile will get smarter

6. Research and measurement will enter the digital age

     This is an issue dear to my heart and I have been writing about the importance of Attribution Analytics,  Micro and Macro Attribution many times in recent months; directly from the report:

    “Due to increased complexity in marketing, established research and measurement conventions are more challenged than ever. For this reason, 2009 will be a year for research reinvention. Current media mix models are falling down; they are based on older research models that assume media channels are by and large independent of one another. As media consumption changes among consumers, and marketers include more digital and disparate channels in the mix, it is more important than ever to develop new media mix models that recognize the intricacies of channel interaction.

7. “Portable” and “beyond-the-browser” opportunities will create new touchpoints for brands and content owners

8. Going digital will help TV modernize

Read the Razorfish report for details.

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