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World Internet Markets: online search

28/09/2012
The online search marketing worldwide revenues will rise from 34 billion EUR in 2012 to 62 billion EUR in 2016
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Our ongoing tracking of the main Internet markets – Search, Social Networking, Video, e-commerce, Mobile apps, Online advertising – for fixed and mobile access is a very helpful source for a better understanding of the World of Internet. You can find some of our results for the Search market below.

Fixed search: saturated
  • The vast majority of countries already have 90%+ penetration levels, so there is little room for further growth
  • Italy, Spain and China are slightly behind as the internet has been slower to develop there. But penetration is expected to reach close to 90% by 2016.
  • Local players tend to be strong in Asia: Naver in South Korea, Baidu in China and Yahoo! Japan in Japan.

Mobile search: the new growth engine
  • With the rise in mobile Internet penetration, the number of mobile searchers is also expected to grow.
  • Japan, and to a lesser extent South Korea, already have high mobile Internet penetration, and so high penetration for mobile search.

US dominates search market
  • The US has traditionally been strong in the field of advertising, and since search revenue is based 100% on advertising, America leads the way in search revenue.
  • The highest growth will come from China, however, with an expected CAGR of 28.6% from 2012 to 2016 –compared to a 10.9% CAGR for the same period in the US.

The UK dominates in terms of per-user revenue
  • If the US also has high per-user revenue, the UK’s was slightly higher in 2012. They are expected to be neck and neck by 2016.
  • Behind these two leaders come France, Germany, Japan and South Korea, although their per-user revenue in 2016 will still be below that of the US and the UK in 2012.


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Soichi NAKAJIMA
Senior Consultant at IDATE
s.nakajima@idate.org

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