One thing marketers are thankful for in 2020 is that it’s almost over. Marketers did not have much of a chance to proactively take a thorough look at their email marketing programs to see what’s working and what isn’t—a critical miss, considering many marketers cite it as the channel offering the best ROI.
Telemedicine users in the US will reach 41.67 million in 2020, representing a growth of 98.8% from a year prior, according to our latest estimates.
A majority share of consumers are now taking to marketplaces first when shopping online. According an August 2020 survey from ecommerce ad agency ChannelAdvisor conducted by Dynata, 53% of US adults said they began product searches at Amazon when planning to make a digital purchase.
In our Thanksgiving episode, eMarketer principal analysts Mark Dolliver and Nicole Perrin, junior analyst Blake Droesch, and vice president of content studio at Insider Intelligence Paul Verna play our annual Thanksgiving game "Thankful/Not Thankful," determine how well Behind the Numbers listeners know us, and find out how people used to answer the telephone before they said "hello."
Having a strong understanding of an email program’s return on investment (ROI) remains a competitive advantage. It might be surprising that given how great an ROI email can provide, many brands don’t actually have a good handle on how to measure its success or lack thereof.
When the UK government announced a nationwide lockdown for November, the impetus for retail holiday ecommerce shopping was ratcheted up another notch, given that Black Friday shopping falls within this period.
eMarketer principal analysts at Insider Intelligence Jeremy Goldman and Nicole Perrin discuss how the pandemic changed email, what consumers want from it, and how to build a best-in-class campaign. They then talk about Nielsen's new ID graph, measuring digital video ads, and how out-of-home advertising is doing.
In the midst of social upheaval in the US, many marketers are striving to be more inclusive, especially as they relate to people who have been historically underrepresented, excluded, and stereotypically portrayed. By embracing and reflecting real-world diversity, they can build greater brand affinity and deeper customer relationships while working to effect positive change.
eMarketer senior analyst Ross Benes and forecasting analyst at Insider Intelligence Eric Haggstrom discuss the streaming wars. How significant of a player is Amazon Prime Video, really? Can HBO Max reach 50 million subscribers in five years? How should we assess Apple TV+'s first year, as well as the overall video streaming universe?
This year, the number of US monthly reddit users will grow by over a quarter from last year to reach 37.7 million.
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