Forrester Research predicts by 2014 Interactive Marketing will near $55 billion

Forrester Research Interactive Marketing Predictions
Forrester Research Interactive Marketing Predictions

Forrester Research just published their latest  Interactive Marketing Forecast Report. It looks like the shift that we have all been talking about is moving into full gear this coming year. Read the white paper and survey results to understand the trends behind the numbers.

Click here to download the report:

http://www.omniture.com/offer/702?offer_version=0&cms_site_lang=1&s_cid=26080&&ct=email&cp=acquisition

Research Summary:

Predictions for SEM, Social, Mobile, Video and More! Complimentary White Paper This year marketers are shifting budget from traditional to interactive media, and for good reasons. Forrester Research surveyed marketing executives from firms with more than 200 employees across multiple industries to further explore the circumstances behind the move to interactive marketing. In this white paper, Shar VanBoskirk, Vice President at Forrester Research, explains the factors behind the decline in traditional marketing and shows the reasons why current marketing professionals are investing in interactive marketing efforts. It is predicted that by 2014 interactive marketing will near $55 billion and represent 21% of all marketing spend. Forrester Research examines the effects that the cannibalization of traditional media will have on current advertising budgets, agencies, and publishers.

Download this white paper to see how you can stay ahead of the quick growth of interactive marketing.

http://www.omniture.com/offer/702?offer_version=0&cms_site_lang=1&s_cid=26080&&ct=email&cp=acquisition

Blog Post:  Warren Raisch, Social Media Marketing Success Stories, SEM, Online Marketing Post: December 14, 2009

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