According to the latest IPA Bellwether report, marketing spend has grown at a phenomenal rate in the first quarter of 2015. Budgets were up 11.8% in the early months of 2015, with the largest sector of growth being online and SEO. The internet, search and SEO are marking their 23rd successive quarter of growth in 2015. This is the most upbeat assessment of the market signalled by the Bellwether report for the past 8 years! The report suggests that companies are continuing to invest their marketing spend in high level media formats such as TV, cinema and press whilst also looking to further increase their footprint in cost-efficient online marketing solutions. There appears to be a growing optimism about marketing industry prospects with budgets now rooted in an ever strengthening macroeconomic climate. Paul Bainsfair, IPA Director General gave an encouraging comment about the report; “With over 10 successive quarters of growth in marketing budgets and the best budget year for marketing spend in a decade, this latest Bellwether provides welcome evidence of the extent to which clients recognise and value the significant contribution marketing communications makes to their business success. This stands us in good stead for what is set to be an unsettled few months politically.” At The Media Angel we provide impartial, innovative and creative marketing advice to businesses across all sectors. Give us a call on 02921 320 200, or drop us an email for expert guidance on the best media formats for investing your marketing budgets this...
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