The Ad Platform: Why US Digital Ad Giants Are Getting Inspired by the BAT Companies Oct 15
eMarketer senior analyst Jasmine Enberg joins principal analyst Nicole Perrin to discuss whether major US tech firms are taking a page from the BAT (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent) playbook. Are Americans entering the age of the domestic super app? What would that mean for brands?
On-Demand, Tech-Talk Webinar: Identity Resolution and Predictive Segmentation: Best Practices for Executing the Right Strategy in a Digital-First World | Sponsored Content Oct 14
eMarketer was pleased to moderate a Tech-Talk Webinar presentation featuring John Barnes, CTO and Matt Hussey, director of solutions engineering at Infutor Data Solutions. They shared the key steps marketers should implement to make a huge impact on conversions and customer lifetime value.
The growing US search ad market is dominated by Google. But Amazon and smaller players have the ad giant in their crosshairs. According to our latest US ad spending forecast, Google’s share of search ad revenues will drop, while that of Amazon will grow over the next two years.
The battle to maintain licensing rights for high-profile shows is intensifying. Chad Mumm, senior vice president and head of entertainment for Vox Media Studios, spoke with eMarketer about how the business of video content licensing is evolving.
eMarketer senior forecasting analyst Oscar Orozco explores our digital ad spend numbers for Google and Facebook amid an economic slowdown in the EU.
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eMarketer principal analyst Andrew Lipsman explains the implications of companies like Amazon rolling out next-day delivery, why Walmart is selling ModCloth, how customers feel about J.Crew and the Gap and how companies are using Pinterest for product launches.
As more customers turn to digital options for their video entertainment, TV ad spending is flattening. In our latest report on US video, we forecast that US advertisers will spend $70.30 billion on TV this year, a decrease of 2.9% from 2018.
Discounts and low prices are historic holiday asks. But this year, sustainability is also top of mind. According to a recent survey, shoppers are more mindful of who they do business with, especially as it pertains to the environment.