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The Australian Online Advertising Expenditre Report, prepared by PwC provides an opportunity for stakeholders interested in the size of the online advertising market to access independently collated data about the state of online advertising expenditure in Australia. The online advertising markets reported in the OAER comprise expenditure on General Display advertising, Classifieds advertising, Search and Directories advertising and Mobile advertising.
These reports are available to IAB Australia members only and you are required to sign in first. The Executive Summary is available to the public.
Australian online advertising has recorded another solid quarter, reaching $1,731m for the quarter ending March 2016, a 33.5 percent year on year increase. The data, which comes from the latest IAB/PWC Online Advertising Expenditure Report, also shows that mobile advertising is now fast approaching 50 percent of the General Display advertising, while video advertising accounts for over 25 percent of General Display advertising.
Australian online advertising experienced a significant surge in the final quarter of 2015, to reach $6 billion for the twelve months ending December 31st, a 25.3 percent increase over CY2014. The growth, which was reported in the latest IAB/PWC Online Advertising Expenditure Report, is another major milestone for the industry, which has now achieved double digital year on year growth of at least 21 percent since 2010.
Australian online advertising has surged again to deliver 33 percent year on year growth for quarter ending 30th September 2015, reaching $1.565 billion the quarter. The data, which comes from the latest IAB/PWC Online Advertising Expenditure Report (OAER), shows that General Display advertising was the leading sector for the quarter, achieving 53 percent year on year growth; while Classifieds grew 28 percent and Search & Directories grew 21 percent.
The Australian online advertising market has delivered record revenues for the full financial year ending June 30th 2015, growing by 19.8 percent or $870.2m from financial year 2014 to reach $5.3bn. The data, which comes from the latest IAB/PWC Online Advertising Expenditure Report (OAER) shows that all online advertising segments experienced double digit growth in the financial year, with General Display and Classifieds leading the growth at 35 percent and 23 percent respectively.
The digital advertising market continues to grow with the latest IAB/PwC Online Advertising Expenditure Report (OAER) noting that it generated $1.15 billion during the March quarter, a five percent increase year on year. The video advertising market was the star performer for the March quarter, growing 79 percent year on year to reach $77 million.
Online advertising has continued its steady growth according to the latest Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Online Advertising Expenditure Report for the quarter ending 31 December, 2015. The report, which is compiled by PricewaterhouseCoopers on behalf of the IAB, shows that overall expenditure for the calendar year across all categories reached $4.6 billion, a 16 percent year-on-year increase. Total advertising expenditure for the December 2014 quarter was $1.2 billion, up 7.1 percent from the 2013 December quarter.
Product development and a focus on yield growth have seen Classified Advertising emerge as the highest growth category according to the latest Online Advertising Expenditure Report for the quarter ending 30 September, 2014.
Video advertising has been confirmed as the industry darling for FMCG, retail and finance brands, growing 76 percent year on year to reach $196m for the financial year ended 30th June 2014.
Data released in the latest IAB / PWC Online Advertising Expenditure Report has confirmed that the online advertising market continues to grow, reporting 17.1 percent year-on-year growth for the quarter ending 31st March 2014 and total expenditure for the quarter of $1,067 million.
Data released today by PricewaterhouseCoopers has confirmed online as the industry darling, with online advertising expenditure surpassing Free to Air TV advertising revenue for the calendar year for the first time since the start of data collection in 2002. Online advertising expenditure grew 19.3 percent year on year to reach a total of $3,986m. By comparison FTA TV reached $3,877m in the same period.