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For business-to-business (B2B) marketers, social media platforms provide an opportunity to reach and influence buyers during their decision-making process, but most companies aren’t yet mapping such social efforts to larger business goals.
Marketers, social media companies, publishers and consumers are intensely focused on live video. However, this content category is still in its early stages, and it will take more time and experimentation for it to produce concrete results on a mass level.
There will be 273.3 million US internet users in 2017, of which over four in five will use a mobile phone for access. While most internet users will rely on both a PC and mobile device to go online, 14.9% will use only a mobile device and 6.6% will use only a desktop/laptop.
Most key objectives of marketers are rooted in big data, from targeting and customer relationship management to attribution—and even, artificial intelligence. eMarketer has curated this Roundup of articles, insights and interviews to help you understand why and how advertisers and marketers are putting these large, complex data sets to work, even among the obstacles.
The omnichannel demands of consumers are leading retailers in Canada to invest heavily in digital, bringing with it better ecommerce experiences.
Mobile sales are rising faster than any other retail segment in Germany, as smartphone and tablet owners use emerging options to research, compare prices and purchase via mobile websites or apps. But in many respects, this market is still nascent.
Marketers continue to adopt technology to support their efforts, and to refine their use of these tools. The spotlight remains on data, as customer expectations pressure marketers to provide a personalized brand experience across channels.
Forecasts for total media, digital and mobile internet ad spending in eight markets in Asia-Pacific: Hong Kong, Indonesia Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Conducted in conjunction with IAB Singapore.
This StatPack provides a visual overview of mobile and digital coupon usage in the US, in particular usage among grocery shoppers.
Influencer marketing is one of the biggest trends of 2017. As more marketers get involved, the need for adequate measurement is becoming a priority.
From the youngest starting out in college to the oldest with kids and houses, millennials in the US share a native understanding of digital commerce. This report looks at how these nearly 80 million digital natives shop and buy.
US adults are spending more time on mobile devices and less time on other media channels. eMarketer estimates the average US adult will spend 3 hours, 17 minutes each day consuming media on a mobile device in 2017, up nearly 1 hour from 2013.
As 2017 unfolds, the US digital display advertising space will see substantial innovations, including cross-screen initiatives and improvements to ad creative.
The mobile payment market in the UK has struggled to take off. But in an already competitive space, there are some promising signs. As consumers become more familiar with such services, uptake is likely to increase, particularly among the younger demographic.
This StatPack provides a visual overview of trends in mobile wallet payment service accessibility and usage in key regions across the globe.
A majority of US affluents view themselves as middle class, not rich. They are more apt to be bargain hunters than free spenders. But while they aren’t gluttons for luxury brands, many use their financial leeway to engage in discretionary spending.
Current best practices in video advertising reflect the growing sophistication of data metrics and targeting capabilities, the proliferation of formats and platforms, and the threats of fraud and ad blocking.
Globally, nearly 2.15 billion people will view digital video in 2017. This represents nearly 1 billion more viewers than in 2012, and over half of them will be in Asia-Pacific.
Business-to-business (B2B) buyers are spending increasingly more time on their mobile devices for work, but a disconnect remains between buyers’ expectations for mobile experiences and what B2B marketers are delivering to their audience.
With the help of increasingly sophisticated digital technology, the healthcare industry is finally beginning to embrace “beyond-the-pill” services that add value to standard therapies. These solutions are showing more promise for transforming the US healthcare system.
eMarketer covers its latest forecasts for digital shoppers and buyers, ecommerce and mcommerce growth, and the foremost trends in these areas.