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posted on 01 April 2017

Social Media And Content Are Top Priorities For Marketers In 2017

from Statista.com

-- this post authored by Felix Richter

Marketing in the digital world has come a long way from the ugly banner ads that made our eyes bleed in the early days of the internet.

Whether it’s paying to show up in search results, sharing content on social media or having a YouTube star use your product in one of his/her videos - these days there are countless ways to promote products, services and brands online.

Over the past few years, social networks in particular have risen in significance from a marketing point of view, as hardly any other channel can match Facebook & co. in targeting a specific group of people. According to a study from Econsultancy and Adobe, who surveyed almost 3,500 international marketers on how their spending on various digital marketing channels would change this year, social media marketing remains a top priority for brands in 2017.

As our chart illustrates, 56 percent of the respondents plan to increase their social media spending while just 5 percent plan to do the opposite. Content marketing and personalization are also high on marketers’ agenda this year, while spending on display and search advertising won’t be further increased by the majority of marketing professionals.

This chart shows how marketing professionals plan to adjust their digital marketing budget in 2017.

Infographic: Social Media & Content Are Top Priorities for Marketers in 2017 | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista.

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