The readership analysis decision-makers 2014.

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The readership analysis decision-makers 2014.
The readership analysis decision-makers 2014.
LAE 2014
LAE 2014 – THE MOST IMPORTANT SURVEY FOR B2B-COMMUNICATION
exclusive
.
target groups – exclusive source of intelligence – exclusive media.
Exclusive target groups
Concentration on the target group of ‘‘real“ decision-makers in business and government.
Exclusive source of intelligence
Only market media survey describing in detail decision-making processes in companies and b2b markets
Exclusive media
Concentration on the print and online media which are of relevance for decision-makers, with strict criteria to
regulate inclusion of titles.
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LAE 2014 – WHAT IS NEW?
New questions– new definitions.
Definition of management executives
Raising of personal net monthly income from 3,100 € to 3,200 €.
General reading behaviour
Do you prefer to read longer texts in print or does not make any difference for you?
Smartphone/ Tablet-PC
Business Reading
Social Media
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CHANGES IN THE LAE 2014
.
Printmedia
Börse Online is no longer surveyed in the LAE
online sites
no changes
Smartphone-Apps
new: Manager Magazin, WirtschaftsWoche, Handwerk Magazin
Tablet-Apps
new: Der Handel, Handwerk Magazin
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THE READERSHIP ANALYSIS DECISIONS-MAKERS 2014
LAE 2014 – offers detailed insights into employees, companies, investments and media
media usage /
Print / Online / Apps
occupational groups / positions /
management functions / decision-making
powers
company information / sectors /
turnover / employees
Lifestyle / fashion / travel
Private investments /
health insurance
Sustainability / Corporate
Social Responsibility
Industry / Production /
Energy/ R&D / Construction
LAE 2014
financial planning / investments
investment financing / leasing
office
communications / IT /
office furniture
transport/logistics / transport /
logistics /hybrid technology
business travel / trade fairs / congresses
/ seminars / further education
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DECISION-MAKERS – A TOP TARGET GROUP
one in two people in
Germany are part of the
working population
One in ten of these self-employed
businesspeople, independent
professionals, salaried employees
Seven in ten working people are and civil servants belong to the LAE
self-employed, salaried
target group of decision-makers
employees, independent
professionals or civil servants
Base. ma 2014 Press media I
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OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS IN THE LAE 2014
not everyone is a decision-maker.
self-employed
Only entrepreneurs
with at least 6
employees
independent
professionals
All members of the
independent
professions with at
least 1 employee
Man. executives
senior civil servants
Personal net monthly
income of at least
€ 3,200
from pay grade A 14
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DECISION-MAKERS IN GERMANY
LAE 2014 all decision-makers: 2,779 thous.
1.510 1.516
LAE 2013 (in thous.)
LAE 2014 (in thous.)
518
555
19.1% 20.0%
self-employed
461
483
17.0% 17.4%
independent prof.
55.7% 54.6%
management
executives
224
225
8.3%
8.1%
senior civil servants
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THE TYPICAL DECISION-MAKER
mainly male – well educated – affluent
AGE
GENDER
men
47.8
81%
19%
years
women
27% GROSS YEARLY INCOME 100,000 € AND ABOVE
UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE QUALIFICATION74%
UNIVERSITY DEGREE 36%
48% PROPRIETOR/DIRECTOR *
PHD/ POST-DOC 8%
*Base. self-employed, independent professionals, man. executives
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GUARANTEED TARGET GROUP QUALITY
something no other survey offers.
Strict criteria for the
1selection
of respondents
Quotas:
occupational groups
sectors
company size
income
Federal states
addresses:
self-employed
employees
Optimum concept for
2 respondent
contact
Best mix of
CAPI
Computer Assisted
Personal Interviews
CASI
Computer Assisted
Self Interviews
control of interviews
3 byIn-depth
the Mafo institute
quotas
addresses
times
duration
plausibilities
CATI
Computer Assisted
Telephone Interviews
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LAE = TOP-target groups
STRICT CRITERIA FOR INCLUSION OF TITLES
Seal of media quality.
National relevance
National distribution, minimum circulation
(50,000 copies)
Content for decision-makers
Minimum percentages of reporting on
business/politics
Top readership
Proof of above-average use by decision-maker
groups based on suitable surveys
communication power
Minimum circulation, general-interest magazines or
national daily/weekly newspaper
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MEDIA DIVERSITY IN THE LAE 2014
magaziness
five weekly magaziness, nine monthly magaziness
Newspapers
four daily newspapers, four weekly newspapers
Websites
19 online offers
Smartphone Apps
15 Smartphone-Apps
Tablet-Apps
18 Tablet-Apps
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MEDIA DIVERSITY IN DER LAE 2014
magazines
web sites
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Brand eins
Capital
Focus Money
Manager Magazin
WirtschaftsWoche
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brand-eins.de
capital.de
siehe Focus.de
manager-magazin.de
wiwo.de
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
Creditreform
Der Handel
Handwerk Magazin
Impulse
Markt und Mittelstand
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
creditreform.de
derhandel.de
handwerk-magazin.de
impulse.de
marktundmittelstand.de

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

Cicero
Focus
Stern
Der Spiegel





Smartphone-Apps
Tablet Apps

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


Brand eins
Capital
siehe Focus
Manager Magazin
WirtschaftsWoche
 Handwerk Magazin
 Impulse
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


Creditreform
Der Handel
Handwerk Magazin
Impulse
cicero.de
focus.de
stern.de
spiegel.de
 Focus/ Focus Online
 Stern
 Der Spiegel/Spiegel Online
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
Cicero
Focus/ Focus Online
Stern
Spiegel/Spiegel Online




Capital
siehe Focus
Manager Magazin
WirtschaftsWoche
 Creditreform
newspapers
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Frankfurter Allg. Zeitung
Handelsblatt
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Die Welt total*
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faz.net
handelsblatt.com
sueddeutsche.de
welt.de
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F.A.Z
Handelsblatt
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Die Welt
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F.A.Z. / F.A.S.
Handelsblatt
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Die Welt
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DIE ZEIT
Frankfurter Allg. Sonntagsztg.
VDI nachrichten
Welt am Sonntag total*
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zeit.de
siehe FAZ.de
vdi-nachrichten.com
siehe welt.de


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DIE ZEIT
siehe F.A.Z.
VDI nachrichten
siehe Die Welt
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
DIE ZEIT
siehe F.A.Z. / F.A.S.
VDI nachrichten
siehe Die Welt
*incl. Welt-Kompakt/Welt am Sonntag Kompakt
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LAE = Top media
BEAKDOWN OF DECISION-MAKING POWERS
sole decision-makers /
delegate decisions
decisions in a team
(with colleagues)
prepare decisions
 company management
 sales / marketing
 administration / organisation / IT
 production / logistics / materials
 finance
 research & development/construction
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LAE = leading research study for the B-2-B planning
READING HABITS
Paper remanis most important reading source
100
90
80
70
19%
31%
40%
39%
60
50
40
30
76%
60%
43%
20
52%
10
0
total
up to 40 years
prefer paper
40 up to 50 years
50 years and above
no difference
Base: „I prefer to read longer text on paper“ or „no difference if paper or electronic“
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BUSINESS READING
.
Print is important for business reading
Print*
87%
Internet sites of magazines or newspapers
37%
company internet sites
TV
53%
21%
*Print: political or business magazines, national dailies, trade press
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SUCCESS STORY FOR THE IQ MEDIA PORTFOLIO
“DIE ZEIT – the leader in the segment in
the weekly and Sunday newspapers and
also bigger than FAZ!“
„WirtschaftsWoche – highest
coverage business magazine, more
cost-efficient than Capital.“
“Handelsblatt – Germany‘s leading business
and financial paper: among the TOP 3 of all
LAE newspapers, higher coverage than Die
Welt, more efficient than FAZ.“
“VDI nachrichten – number one newspaper for
technically oriented decision-makers in the field of
technical management in terms of coverage,
composition scores and cost-efficiency.“
target group: LAE 2014 total (2,779 Tsd. decision-makers = 100%); CPM: base 1/1 4c, gross rates 2014
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SURVEY PROFILE
Publisher
Universe
Field phase
 LAE – Readership survey of
decision-makers e. V.
 2.779 million. decision-makers in
calculated on the base of the
following sources: Mikrozensus
2012, civil service personnel
2012, company register, status as
of March 30, 2013
 wave 2013:
31.10.2012 – 08.03.2013
 wave 2013:
21.10.2013 – 28.02.2014
Survey method
 Czaia Marktforschung, Bremen /
IFAK Institut, Taunussstein /
MARPLAN, Offenbach a.M. /
Media Markt Analysen, Frankfurt
a.M. /
Infratest, München
Overall responsibility for
methodology
 LAE 2014 Technical Committee
Random sampling / Coordination
 Czaia Marktforschung, TECUM,
Bremen
 Immediate Software, Bremen
 Disproportional quota sample
sample (weighted)
Processing of results
 8,131 cases
 ISBA Informatik Service GmbH,
Hamburg
Extrapolation factor
Field phase (2013 / 2014)
 1 interviewee stands for 342
decision-makers (2,779,000 /
8,131)
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