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This report provides an overview of retail and ecommerce trends in six markets in Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. It also includes barriers that are challenging further ecommerce growth in the region.
Ad fraud costs digital ad buyers and sellers in the US billions of dollars annually, in spite of improved detection practices. And now, more sophisticated fraud methods are causing problems for mobile apps, video ads and engagement metrics.
Advertising industry professionals discuss their views of video ad effectiveness on a range of digital and traditional platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, subscription video-on-demand (SVOD), connected TV and linear TV.
As smartphone adoption climbs north of 75% of mobile phone users in Canada, brand marketers are improving their effectiveness through mobile-specific ad vehicles.
Data from around the world reveals many similarities, but also differences, in the digital behavior of millennials in different countries.
eMarketer expects many US advertisers to reallocate display and social ad budgets over the next two years to Snapchat. This report includes an overview of the company’s advertising business and new eMarketer forecasts for US Snapchat users and Snapchat net US mobile display ad revenues.
Online-to-offline (O2O) commerce is growing rapidly in China, and marketers looking to build their presence in the country cite O2O as a key technology—in fact, at least one survey finds that O2O is getting more attention from marketers than virtual reality or programmatic.
eMarketer estimates 1.62 billion people worldwide will make at least one purchase digitally in 2016. Retail ecommerce sales will total $1.915 trillion worldwide this year, making up 8.7% of global retail sales.
Smartphone uptake remains low in Peru, and marketers have largely avoided mobile advertising thus far. But with GDP growth outpacing all other major markets in the region, the number of smartphone users will continue to swell through 2020, giving advertisers more reason to boost mobile investment.
Ecommerce accounts for a small portion of total retail sales in India, but sharp growth is expected soon. Much of that will be driven by the continued adoption of smartphones and the rise of mcommerce in the country.
The facts and figures you need to know about social media usage in the UK, now and for the near future. Bookmark the StatPack page to keep these numbers and findings handy throughout the year.
WeChat is gaining attention outside of China’s borders, but many marketers view it as nothing more than an answer to WhatsApp or Facebook, and of use only to companies active in China. These are potentially costly misperceptions.
More business-to-business (B2B) buyers expect their work purchases to mirror their digital purchasing experiences as consumers. Companies are growing their B2B ecommerce options, creating seamless, self-service portals that complement existing sales channels.
This report takes a look at mobile and smartphone usage in Argentina, as well as mobile ad spending by format, device, channel and operating system.
This report provides an overview of the leading video platforms, the digital video audience and the usage of subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) platforms in 28 countries.
Marketers see the value in adopting cross-platform attribution, but its implementation is proving difficult, and today’s tools still fall short of companies’ expectations. But with select advancements on the horizon, a more holistic view is underway.
US native ad spending will grow at double-digit rates through the end of the decade, even as the format stirs up concerns about blurred lines between editorial and paid content, and skeptics raise doubts about its ability to fend off ad blocking.
Digital travel sales will total nearly $565 billion worldwide in 2016. Strong demand from a growing middle class in Asia-Pacific and Latin America will push global sales to more than $817 billion by 2020.
The explosion of digital data and technology is helping global marketers deliver more targeted and personalized campaigns. But growing concerns about privacy are forcing these companies to work harder than ever to earn their customers’ trust.
This report examines mobile, smartphone and tablet usage in Chile, as well as mobile ad spending by category, device, channel and operating system.
Marketers in Canada are mining sensor data from the internet of things (IoT), beacons and wearables to improve how they communicate with consumers.
In the face of a constantly changing digital world, brands and agencies are looking to improve their marketing agility. They are taking new approaches to processes, technology, people and partnerships to stay competitive, innovate and spur growth.
This StatPack provides a visual overview of trends in display, video and social advertising CPMs, both in the US and worldwide.
This report takes a look at mobile and smartphone usage in Colombia, as well as mobile ad spending by format, device, channel and operating system.
Native advertising—paid digital ad placements that look like organic content—is growing in popularity, as marketers strive to reach consumers without irritating them. Spending on native ads in Europe is expected to rise by double digits annually through 2020.
eMarketer examines growth estimates and key drivers for addressable and programmatic TV, over-the-top (OTT) and interactive TV (iTV).
This year, more than 105 million people in the US will use Facebook Messenger. This report separates the reality from the hype and shows how marketers can use Messenger for customer service, ecommerce, content delivery and advertising.