Digital ad spending in Brazil will jump 28.0% this year, eMarketer estimates, at least in part due to boosted spending from the country’s summer hosting of the FIFA World Cup.
Total paid ad spending on digital media—including all formats served to desktop and mobile devices—will reach $2.88 billion in the country this year. The 2014 growth rate eMarketer predicts of 28.0% is nearly twice the expansion expected for next year, though 2016 will see a further bump due to the Olympic Games. By 2018, the end of eMarketer’s forecast period, advertisers in Brazil will spend nearly $5 billion on digital media.
Mobile still accounts for a tiny fraction of that spending in Brazil, with advertisers devoting just $119.9 million to mobile internet ads this year—including display and search ads, but excluding messaging-based advertising. This represents continued triple-digit growth for mobile ad spending in the country, but it will be several years before mobile is more than a drop in the digital bucket. By 2018, however, over $1 billion will go toward mobile internet ads—around 20% of total digital spending.
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