eMarketer Report Shows US Brands Spending Billions in Sponsoring Content But Having No Remarkable Growth

US marketers are projected to allocate $8.14 million toward social media sponsored content in 2024, indicating a 16.0% increase from the previous year, as reported by the eMarketer forecast.

eMarketer insights reveal a trajectory of continued growth, with expenditures anticipated to reach $9.29 billion in the following year. However, this expansion is exhibiting a decelerating trend, reflective of a strategic shift among marketers towards more discerning investment strategies.

Marketers are now prioritizing partnerships with established influencers, fostering enduring associations rather than fleeting collaborations. This preference for sustained, "always-on" engagements has led to a consolidation in the number of creators engaged by brands, as well as a decline in the frequency of new contractual agreements.
Despite the reduced volume of partnerships, the scale of individual deals has amplified significantly, often encompassing multi-platform endeavors extending beyond social media realms to platforms like television.

eMarketer predicts US marketers to invest $9.29B in social media sponsored content next year.

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