Digital Marketing Budgets Will Increase – Gartner Digital Marketing To Increase By 10% – Trends & Predictions for 2015 – The Importance of Digital-First Video

 

Digital Marketing Budgets Continue to Rise – Direct Marketing News

http://www.dmnews.com Tue, 29 Apr 2014 15:19:54 GMT

The share of budget allocated for digital marketing is growing. According to Gartner’s “Digital Marketing Spending” report, digital marketing budgets will increase by 10% in 2014; 28.5% of marketing budgets were allocated to …

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Gartner: Digital Marketing Budgets To Increase by 10% This Year 

http://www.webpronews.com Wed, 30 Apr 2014 15:30:18 GMT

Gartner released some new findings from a survey of marketing executives. Among these are that digital marketing budgets will increase by 10% this year, and that on average, companies spent 10.7% of their annual 2013 …

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21 Digital Marketing Trends & Predictions for 2015

http://www.toprankblog.com Thu, 01 May 2014 12:36:41 GMT

To capture some of what’s important for digital marketing in 2015, I reached out to some of the marketers I’ve worked with and come to know over the years. It’s an inspiring collection of marketing brain power and experience …

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10 US digital marketing statistics we’ve seen this week | Econsultancy

https://econsultancy.com Wed, 30 Apr 2014 16:33:37 GMT

Marketers and ad execs expect digital-first video to become as important to their businesses as television advertising within the next three to five years. Increased web video budgets will see television budgets decrease, that’s …

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