The Worldwide Popularity For Innovation Related Search Terms And Triz Is Dropping

There
is a mixed-message news flash for TRIZ and Innovation connoisseurs. The
general popularity of specific innovation-related keywords as a Google
search term is high but they have been steadily trending down since
2004. The bad economy and recession are not directly linked with this
drop since innovation topics have been falling out of favor as a search
pursuit a few years before the housing bust and bad economy arrived on
the scene.

TRIZ
is the Science of Inventive Problem Solving, which was developed by the
Soviet inventor and science fiction author Genrich Altshuller and his
colleagues, in 1946. It is based on the premise that great creativity
can be a learned skill. It has a solid group of followers in many
countries. It gives optimism for a more innovative future and hopes that
the best ideas do not always have to come out of highly funded “Think
Tanks” or from innovation geniuses.

Any search analysis of short
terms and especially acronyms like TRIZ are risky because the acronyms
can mean many different things in different countries than what a web
searcher might actually be looking for. For example, the average monthly
web searches for “TRIZ” in Brazil was incredibly high (74,000) in 2011.
That would make Brazil the #1 country fan of Innovation-Based TRIZ, if
it were true. However, Innovation-TRIZ interest is not what it seems in
Brazil for a few different reasons. TRIZ is the name of an ESPN TV
sports program in Brazil. “POR UM TRIZ” is a movie title (Out of Time)
released in Brazil starring Denzel Washington and POR UM TRIZ is part of
the lyrics of a popular song. The word TRIZ also appears to be the name
of a music band in Brazil, the name of an antihistamine, a brand of
glue in South America, a Chinese Export firm, etc.

Due to these
issues, estimated Innovation-TRIZ popularity numbers in Brazil should be
reduced by a figure of 70,000 searches per month for 2011. That puts an
accurate assessment of worldwide TRIZ popularity in 8th place when
compared to 21 other business improvement initiatives.

According
to data from the Google Keyword Tool, there is an average of 246,000
worldwide searches that were initiated each month in 2011 on the web for
the Business and Industrial search category for TRIZ. I estimate that
the true Innovation-TRIZ interest is more accurately set as 176,000, due
to the other uses for the term TRIZ, as mentioned before. The adjusted
2011 TRIZ popularity rank is shown below with the numbers for the
average number of Google web searches in 2011 for TRIZ and 23 other
Business Improvement Initiatives.

1. Lean …5,000,000

2. Six Sigma …1,000,000

3. Balanced Scorecard …550,000

4. Total Quality Management …301,000

5. Lean Manufacturing …246,000

6. Industrial Engineering …246,000

7. Lean Six Sigma …246,000

8. Triz …176,000

9. Business Process Reengineering …135,000

10. Business Process Management …90,500

11. Business Leadership …74,000

12. Quality Management Systems …49,500

13. Operational Excellence …33,100

14. Theory of Constraints …33,100

15. Toyota Production System …22,200

16. Baldrige Award …14,800

17. Design for Six Sigma …14,800

18. Lean Office …12,100

19. Business Process Improvement …12,100

20. Process Excellence …8,100

21. Hoshin Planning …2,400

22. Goal Alignment …1,900

23. Total Performance Management …1,900

24. Vision Deployment …320

As
impressive as the bulk of monthly worldwide searches were in 2011 for
specific innovation-related terms (see rank list below), they have all
seen a 25 – 67% drop in popularity since 2004. The rank list below shows
the average monthly search volume for specific term for 2011. As seen
here, TRIZ is not yet at par with other common innovation words rolling
through the minds of worldwide web searchers. Altshuller, the founder of
TRIZ, does not attract much attention. If the TRIZ founder’s full name
“Genrich Altshuller” were tested for popularity, the numbers drop even
further than what is shown on the list below.

1. Patent …6,120,000

2. Innovation …4,090,000

3. Invention …3,350,000

4. Creativity …1,000,000

5. TRIZ …246,000

6. Altshuller …720

“Google
Trends” and “Google Insights for Search” tools were used to determine
the popularity trends for TRIZ and other innovation-related terms. In
spite of this grand number of searches initiated each month by the
would-be innovators of the world, interest in TRIZ and its founder
Genrich Altshuller is down 55% since 2004. Other business improvement
initiatives do not appear to be stealing fans away from TRIZ since most
of their numbers are also down sharply since 2004. TRIZ is not the only
creativity-based search words that are waning in popularity. This short
list of other similar search terms might be a signal that other
priorities are displacing innovation topics as a popular interest and
pursuit in life and business:

1. Patent …down 67%

2. Invention …down 60%

3. TRIZ …down 55%

4. Altshuller …down 55%

5. Creativity …down 40%

6. Innovation …down 25%

Shown
below are the actual average monthly searches in 2011 for the top 21
countries of the world for the word TRIZ included in a Google search.
Brazil numbers were adjusted from 74,000 to 4,000 as mentioned
previously to show its true interest in Innovation-TRIZ compared to
other non-innovation uses for the search term TRIZ in Brazil.

1. USA …18,100

2. Mexico …12,100

3. Germany …9,900

4. France …8,100

5. Spain …8,100

6. Japan …6,600

7. China …5,400

8. Taiwan …5,400

9. Colombia …4,400

10. India …4,400

11. Morocco …4,400

12. Portugal …4,400

13. UK …4,400

14. Brazil …4,000

15. Algeria …3,600

16. Argentina …3,600

17. South Korea …3,600

18. Saudi Arabia …3,600

19. Italy …2,900

20. Peru …2,900

21. Turkey …2,900

TRIZ
popularity as a search term in the top 3 interested countries on the
above list (USA, Mexico and Germany) also shows a 50 – 65% decline since
2004. Maybe it is time for innovation experts to find out how to make
true innovation more attractive and successful for the masses.

Brazil Online Advertising Industry Outlook To 2016-forthcoming Sports Events Thrusting The Industry

The latest trends such as the implementation of the fiber broadband connectivity, 4G implementation in the host cities of the FIFA world cup 2014 have resulted in an increase in the online advertising expenditure in Brazil.
The online advertising industry is valued at USD ~ billion in 2011. The online advertising industry has grown at a CAGR of ~% for the years 2006-2011. The access of the internet has increased through various sources such as the smart phones, tablets, laptops and the notebooks. The online E-commerce was valued at USD ~ billion in 2011. The mobile penetration in Brazil is 116 mobiles per 100 people. This has increased the advertising expenditure through mobiles. The internet penetration was ~% in the year 2011. The internet penetration is estimated to be ~% in 2016 as a result of the government initiatives to implement broadband connectivity in the semi-urban and rural areas.
The average time spent online by an internet user was ~ hours in the year 2011. The time spent online has increased at a CAGR of ~% for the years 2006-2011. The increase in the time spent online can be attributed to the content consumption of the internet users in Brazil. The social networking sites and content based sites such as UOL, Facebook were the leading advertisement publishers in the year 2011.
Online advertisers have advertised on the internet according to the online behavior of the internet audience. The social networking site Facebook was the leader in publishing the display advertisements. Content based sites such as the Globo.com and UOL were the second and the third largest websites respectively in publishing the display advertisements. Facebook was the market leader with a market share of ~%, followed by globo.com with ~% and UOL with ~% share of the display advertisements.
The leading advertisers in display were the online retailers. Drafiti.com was the market leader with a share of ~% with ~ billion display impressions in March 2012 followed by Netshoes.com.br, Microsoft Corporation and Google.
Online video advertisements were extensively used by the automobile industry, tourism industry and the real estate agencies in Brazil. Search advertisements had witnessed an increase in the market share over the other segments of online advertisements. The market share of the search advertisements has increased from ~% in 2006 to ~% in 2011. The online search advertisements increased over the years as a result of the increase in the wireless devices in the country.
Online ad spending is expected to rise because of the 2013 Confederations Cup, the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Rio Olympics- all of these events will be hosted by Brazil. The online advertising will have a major role in the revenue generation for sports brands, promotional activities, tourism industry and e-commerce in the coming years. Macro-economic factors such as the taxation systems in Brazil, online content regulations and the increase in the urban population in Brazil have been extensively in the report.
The report extensively covers the impact of the upcoming sporting events in Brazil such as the Confederations Cup, the FIFA football world cup and the Rio Olympics in the coming years.
Key highlights of the report
The segment wise online advertising expenditure break-up.
The revenue models and value chain in the online advertising industry of Brazil.
The impact of 4G and LTE networks in the country.
The impact of the mobile subscribers, E-commerce on the online advertising.
Leading online advertisers and advertisement publishers market share in Brazil.
The increase in the internet users in the country

For more information on the industry research report please refer to the below mentioned link:
http://www.ammindpower.com/report.php?A=309&T=D&S=105