SPI, which encourages “optimizing marketing ROI” and “achieving transparency / accountability”, analyzed TVSpot cost trends in the latest Japanese market.
It has been concluded that:
1, +5~6% inflation in 2014 1st half compared to the previous year 2, The current high inflation ratio is forecast to take a mild downturn and to change to slight deflation by mid 2015
1, +5~6% inflation in 2014 1st half against the previous year
…inflation continued due to the ‘last minute surge in demand’ before the consumption-tax increase in April 2014”, and due to less reaction under continuous economic improvement under “Abe-nomics”.
■The trend of SPI Index = TVSpot cost benchmark (Market average) in Japanese market
However, there are huge differences in advertisers, by areas and stations.
2, TVSpot purchasing cost trend forecast by SPI Index for the near future
…The current high inflation ratio is forecast to take a mild downturn and change to slight deflation until mid 2015
●What is the “SPI Index” for Cost Analysis ?
・Definition of SPI Index
・1st step＝SPI Index-basecost
SPI Index-basecost(=All advertisers’ average) ＝ Total TVSpot sales ÷ Total TVSpot GRP
・2nd step= Adjusting “SPIIndex-basecost” for each Spot-buying condition by “SPI’s datapool”
SPI Index-basecost×SPI-adjustment INDEX (due to SPI-datapool from Y1995/over100advertisers & 1,000cases)
SPIIndex（TVSpot cost benchmark for each TVSpot buying condition）
●SPI Index forecast, Methodology
●SPI Index Forecast analysis due to the correlation-analysis between TOPIX and SPI Index by SPI
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