Digital ad spending in India is forecast to surpass the USD 1-billion mark, accounting for 14.3 per cent of the total media advertisement outlay, in 2017, a report by eMarketer today said.
The report, which pegs the total media advertisement spending to grow to over USD 8.2 billion next year, said advertisers in India will spend more than USD 1.1 billion towards digital advertisement.
“This year, just 12.6 per cent of all advertisement spending will go towards digital. In 2017, digital ad spending in India will surpass USD 1 billion and will amount to 14.3 per cent of total outlays. By 2020, the figure will be 20.2 per cent,” it added.
eMarketer estimated that advertisers in India will spend about USD 7.41 billion on paid placements in all media in 2016, up 11.3 per cent over the previous years spending levels.
By 2020, total advertisement spending will hit USD 11.82 billion, it said.
Mobile advertising, which is an even tinier slice of the whole pie, will be at just 3.3 per cent of total media advertisement spending this year.
This translates to less than USD 250 million in advertisement spending.
“Mobile is also a relatively small share of digital ad spending, but thats changing quickly. This year, just over a quarter of digital ad spending will be mobile,” it said.
By the end of 2020, that share will almost double to 50.2 per cent (of digital) and 10.2 per cent of the total advertisement spending in India. частный займ новосибирскавтоматический займзайм на телефон билайн