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Most Traditional Media will be Dramatically Transformed in Coming Years Reports Media Life

by | Jan 2, 2017

“Ten years ago the iPhone didn’t exist, local advertisers didn’t know what a Facebook page was, and yellow pages were an essential part of any small business’s ad budget.  A lot can change in a decade,” reports Media Life Magazine.

The report, in part, also stated:

“Now mobile accounts for 11 percent of all local advertising, three quarters of small businesses use social media to advertise, and barely 1 percent of local budgets are devoted to yellow pages.

“So what changes will the next 10 years bring to local advertising?”

You can check out Media’s Life predictions here.

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