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IABNZ Q1 2019 Digital Advertising Revenue Report: New Zealand Digital Advertising Grows by almost 13% in Q1 2019
Tue, 16 Jul 2019
16 July 2019
Total digital revenue in New Zealand continues to climb, reaching $275.4 million in the first quarter of 2019, achieving 12.6% growth on the same quarter in 2018, following five consecutive quarters of double-digit growth.
The data were drawn from the IABNZ’s Digital Advertising Revenue Report released today by the IABNZ and Baker Tilly Staples Rodway.
Classifieds and Directories achieved the highest growth, with a total of $55.7 million and up 19.2% on the same quarter last year, followed by Search, which continues to dominate with $174.2 million and growth of 15.3% on Q1 2018.
Between Search, Classified and Directories, and Total Display their revenue increased by $33 million in Q1 2019 on the same quarter last year.
Within Total Display growth was underpinned by Sponsorship at 88.6% on the same quarter last year, followed by Video, Audio and Native at 17.0%, 13.7% and 7.9% respectively.
The largest shift in Display revenue by advertising category was Travel and Accomodation, recording a year-on-year increase of 92%.
Total Mobile (Smartphone and Tablet) grew by almost 14% on the same quarter last year, and according to Nielsen Consumer & Media Insights, Q2 18 – Q1 19, 81% (3.2 million) of all New Zealanders aged 15-plus own a smartphone.
The IABNZ’s quarterly Digital Advertising Revenue Report is compiled from a survey conducted independently by Baker Tilly Staples Rodway on behalf of IABNZ each quarter. The results reported are considered the most accurate measurement of online advertising revenue since the data are compiled directly from information supplied by companies selling online advertising. All-inclusive, the report includes data reflecting online advertising revenue from 16 New Zealand online publishers across their websites and commercial online services.
For further information contact:
Gill Stewart, CEO, IABNZ
M: 021 278 9199
To view the full report please log in to you IABNZ account.
To become a member and view the report please contact our Membership Services Executive, Beth at [email protected]