As wearable tech usage surges, advertisers are looking to such devices as an ad platform. Wearable device connections are expected to jump more than 704.5% between 2013 and 2018, and mobile data traffic on wearables will also see large increases.
Marketing professionals in the UK realize the potential benefits of big data and are either using it now or plan to do so in the near future. But one of the biggest challenges they face is figuring out just how much of this data is correct or useful.
Consumers in Canada are rapidly adopting digital music services. Men and younger adults are the most likely to turn up the volume on digital devices.
Company websites are poised to see the highest increase in digital ad spending by small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). However, an overwhelming majority of SMBs still aren’t optimizing their sites for mobile.
US mobile users spend far more time with apps than the internet itself, and gaming grabs the largest share of app time. As a result, games lead in number of downloads from the Apple App Store and Amazon Appstore, as well as installs on Google Play devices.
Kids in the UK are getting increasingly digital, with levels of device usage rising fast. But in many cases, parents are failing to put adequate protection in place on these devices, leaving their children open to inappropriate content.
Consumers in the top socioeconomic categories in Mexico (AB and C+) represent about 21% of the population, according to a new eMarketer report. Unsurprisingly, affluents in the country overindex for mobile usage across devices.
Social media has a long way to go before it becomes a standard part of TV viewing, according to research, which found that just 16.1% of viewers used a social platform when watching a program. Millennials are the age group most likely to engage in social TV.
Advertisers and publishers turn to ad verification to validate the delivery of display ads, and perhaps nowhere is that validation gaining more attention today than with viewability, according to a new eMarketer report. But as statistics suggest that viewability causes significant ad spending waste, advertisers are demanding a standardized measurement system.
Total spending on mobile marketing in Spain rose nearly 20% last year, according to national sources. As a result, marketers are working harder to get their messages seen by mobile phone and tablet users.
Live online video is the No. 1 choice for business communications, beating out social media platforms by a long shot. Desktops are still the most common way to watch live online business video, though smartphones and tablets are catching up.
In an interview with eMarketer, Scott Zalaznik, vice president of digital at Sprint, talks about the telecom’s Oscar success and how he sees a great deal of synergy between Twitter and TV. A live event works great for Twitter, he says, because live TV is very much in the moment, which is what Twitter is all about.
China’s mobile payments landscape is in its infancy, even as the country’s mobile commerce market is emerging as one of the largest in the world, according to a new eMarketer report. Companies outside of the traditional financial services sector are driving much of the activity and innovation around mobile payments in the country.
UK consumers currently have shown little interest in paying for digital news, with around three-quarters preferring the “free” paywall model. Recent research finds that this won’t be changing anytime soon.
Language and geography pose major differences in social media behavior in Canada. French speakers in Quebec look at brand posts as closely as they look at those from friends, while English speakers in the rest of Canada show little interest in what brands have to say.
Digital ad spending worldwide will grow 14.8% this year to reach $137.53 billion and claim over one-quarter of all ad dollars, according to new eMarketer estimates. While the US is the biggest spender on digital ads, the UK boasts the highest share of the digital ad spending pie.
An overwhelming majority of marketers use landing pages as part of their marketing efforts, and research finds that these are a key feature of email programs. Emails with mobile responsive landing pages are also popular.
Digital currency is far from popular in the UK, according to research. A lack of knowledge is one of the biggest barriers to usage.
Mobile connection uptake has finally stalled in Chile, with a 1.2% drop bringing the total down to 23.7 million in 2013. Still, mobile connection penetration has stabilized at about 130% since 2011. Meanwhile, growing mobile internet usage signals an ongoing migration to advanced mobile devices.
US smartphone users are gaining ground on those in the UK, eMarketer estimates. Android is the operating system of choice in both countries, but iOS claims a greater share of the US smartphone market than it does in the UK.
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