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An in-depth look at how businesses worldwide are using four of the leading messaging apps—WeChat, Facebook Messenger, Line and WhatsApp.
The size and influence of the mobile messaging audience worldwide continue to grow. eMarketer estimates that 1.82 billion people across the globe will use mobile messaging apps in 2017, which equates to nearly one-quarter (24.6%) of the world’s population.
eMarketer estimates retail ecommerce sales will hit $2.290 trillion this year, making up 10.1% of global retails sales. Three out of five internet users worldwide will make at least one digital purchase in 2017.
For the first time since the eurozone debt crisis, retail and retail ecommerce sales will rise in every major market in Western Europe this year. In 2017, total retail sales in the region will reach $3.818 trillion, of which digital purchases will account for 8.8%.
A country-by-country overview of the top retail ecommerce platforms, popular ecommerce product categories and the most commonly used payment methods in 30 countries.
Social network users worldwide will total 2.46 billion in 2017. One-third of the global population will log on to a social network regularly this year, and 81.8% will use a mobile device to access these platforms.
This report explores how the event technology stack allows B2B marketers to better collect and use event data as part of larger marketing plans. It also covers why it’s important to bridge the offline/online data gap.
Brands in Canada are getting more sophisticated in planning and measuring influencer programs, assisted by a new set of tools available from local tech firms.
Out-stream video advertising—defined as video units served in nonvideo environments such as text articles, games and social feeds—has emerged as a high-CPM format for publishers with limited video content.
Both ecommerce and total retail will have solid growth during the back-to-school season, but key offline sectors continue to show frailty.
Marketers are pushing for a more omnichannel, holistic view of their audiences, and that vision requires integrating audience insights from three core areas: TV, digital and in-store. Integration, however, poses substantial challenges.
The internet of things (IoT) is playing an increasingly important role in people’s everyday lives. This series of “smart spaces” reports examines how connected devices, appliances, sensors and networks are being used in homes, cities and cars.
Recent data show that digital video ad spending is growing faster than previously forecast. Meanwhile, new subscription-based services are coming online as people spend more time with digital and less with TV.
The average adult in France and Germany will consume over 10 hours of media every day in 2017. Though behind in total time, UK adults will spend more daily time with media on digital platforms.
Internet users aren’t in love with the current state of digital advertising, and many have decided to take control by enabling ad blockers. This has pushed publishers and other digital media partners to respond in turn.
Connected and smart cars, powered by digital technology and artificial intelligence, are changing the way people think about transportation. They also have important implications for marketers.
US industries will collectively spend $83.00 billion on paid digital advertising in 2017, up from $71.60 billion in 2016.
This is the seventh in an eight-part series of StatPacks that provide a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.
Search engines and ecommerce sites aren’t going away anytime soon, but thanks to rising comfort levels with virtual assistants and chatbots, voice commands and messaging apps are presenting new sales platforms.
Though some differences in digital usage persist between Hispanics and non-Hispanics, they have narrowed in recent years—while leaving plenty of disparities among Hispanics themselves.
This is the seventh in an eight-part series of StatPacks providing a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.
Retailers are increasingly relying on new computer vision technologies to keep up with their customers, who increasingly communicate in images. This report looks at how they’re doing.
This is the sixth in an eight-part series of StatPacks providing a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.
This is the third in an eight-part series of StatPacks that provide a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.
Internet users who block ads are a major headache for digital media owners reliant on ad revenues, and for brands hoping to reach those audiences. As ad blocking spreads in France, Germany and the UK, a long-term solution is still some distance away.
This is one in an eight-part series of StatPacks that provide a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.
Municipalities worldwide are exploring internet of things (IoT) applications that can improve efficiency, boost sustainability and encourage economic development. Many of these smart-city projects also represent opportunities for marketers.
This is the second in an eight-part series of StatPacks that provide a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.
This is one in an eight-part series of StatPacks providing a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.
There are multiple ways to commit ad fraud: These are the most common.
Buyers and sellers now have to worry about more advanced forms of fraud siphoning away digital display ad dollars. This report explores how much fraud there is, how it’s affecting buyers and sellers, and what is being done to combat it.
This is the first in an eight-part series of StatPacks that provide a visual overview of ad spending trends across several US industries.