The Weekly Listen: Benioff Buys Time, Jet.com Hits New York and Tickets On Your TV Sep 23
Every week on eMarketer’s “Behind the Numbers” podcast, we take a few minutes to discuss some of the most intriguing headlines of the past seven days. This week, some of the topics we’re talking about include Walmart's entry to New York City and a new way to buy concert tickets.
Though lagging millennial women in some respects, millennial men make more money and are more upbeat about their finances.
At an eMarketer breakfast event yesterday, a panel of eMarketer analysts weighed in on Amazon and discussed the giant's future.
Financial intermediary Oarex Capital Markets analyzed more than 10,000 invoices from its clients—publishers, ad tech vendors and agencies—and found that over the past year, 55% of payments came late.
Customer experience has become one of the biggest areas of business focus across industries. One way that adds value to a consumer’s shopping journey is authentic, tailored content. eMarketer has curated this Roundup of articles, insights and interviews to zero in on the trends affecting content marketing today—from creation and personalization to brand safety and more.
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Display ads in Messenger's inbox can help brands reach eyeballs, but advertisers should be careful not to overstep their bounds.
In the fifth episode of our five-part series on digital ad spending, we're digging into video. eMarketer analysts Paul Verna, Monica Peart and Eric Haggstrom discuss recent developments at the major platforms, and highlight some of the newer players that are worth keeping an eye on.
Since it became enforceable on May 25, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has become a legal headache for marketers, led some publishers to turn off open exchanges and even caused several vendors to pivot their business models.