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Social Networking | 2011 | Mobile | Real Estate | Classifieds | Free Archives of Older Papers | Free for Subscribers |
2011 Real Estate Advertising Outlook - May '11

The downturn in the housing industry has forged deep changes in the way real estate professionals spend their ad dollars. Market indices point to a slow recovery in home sales, but the advertising recovery has already begun. Expenditures are forecast to increase 8 percent this year, to $21.8 billion. The most-favored medium is online, where agents, brokers, builders and mortgage lenders will plow $8.9 billion. That makes real estate the second-largest online advertising category. Our 56-page annual outlook examines housing trends, shifts in advertising between traditional print, online, broadcast and other channels, and takes a deep dive into what agents are doing – and thinking – about online marketing.

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Mobile Ad Spend by DMA, 2010-11
2010 | Mobile | Free Archives of Older Papers | Free for Subscribers |
Mobile Applications: Preparing for the App-ocalypse - Sep '10

Mobile apps are all the rage. More than a half-million apps are downloaded every single hour, and the average smartphone user has 22. But the future is cloudy for those trying to tackle the mobile universe via an app. Research shows that after six months, only one of those original 22 apps is still in use. On top of that, a debate is raging as to whether apps will survive a more sophisticated mobile browser fueled by HTML5.

2010 | Mobile | Interactive Advertising | Online | Mobile Marketing | Free Archives of Older Papers | Free for Subscribers |
Local Mobile Advertising & Promotions: Mobile Coupons Set to Cash In - Apr '10

Mobile marketing is exploding, fueled by an installed consumer base of 234 million cell phone users and the quick uptake of smart phones, now in the hands of nearly one-third of consumers. The implications at the local level are enormous. This report examines mobile marketing, breaking down the difference between mobile advertising and mobile promotions, and examines what appears to be the first “killer app” for mobile: couponing. It is the first – and a scene-setter – in a series of reports we will publish this year on the local mobile marketing phenomenon.

2009 | Mobile | Research Memos | Free Archives of Older Papers |
Local Mobile Advertising Comes Of Age - Dec '09

‘Tis the season for giving, and in that spirit Borrell Associates is pleased to make our 2010 mobile ad-spending estimates for more than 200 local markets our holiday gift to you – along with a little analysis as to what to expect next year. It’s free