Find out how to produce always-on marketing that is consistently authentic, relevant, and able to keep up with today’s fast pace and heightened consumer expectations
Despite the iOS privacy changes rolled out last year, app publishers worldwide still rely heavily on advertising to make money.
Brands eagerly jump on the retail media network bandwagon: As access to customer data becomes a priority for brands, retailers see an opportunity to diversify their revenue streams.
On today's episode, we discuss what our analysts think will be the key trends of 2022. Will Facebook's grip on digital advertising loosen? How much of a splash will viral commerce make? How much will the pendulum swing back towards physical retail? And more. We then talk about the most important social media challenge facing brands this year and whether Amazon's marketplace model is coming to a store near you. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer analyst Jasmine Enberg and principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Andrew Lipsman.
As more users adopt smart home products, brands will have an increasing number of opportunities to reach and interact with their customers if they keep privacy needs in mind.
Smart home device adoption could finally get boosted by a new standard. Could Matter push adoption beyond the steady growth we’re seeing?
Conversion rate is by far the top metric among marketers worldwide, with 37.7% tracking this key performance indicator for data-driven marketing.
We look at 2021’s biggest tech flexes that changed the landscape of business or left us scratching our heads. The year saw Facebook meta-morph into a VR-focused platform, Clubhouse rise and fall, Amazon convert 60 million smart speakers into a giant Wi-Fi network, and more.
Consumers didn’t get the federal privacy law they wanted in 2021: A year ago, we predicted Congress would pass a federal privacy law, but gridlock in Washington and other priorities got in the way.
Small influencers poised to gain more brand followers: As social commerce capabilities expand and new tools power the creator economy, the demand for micro-influencers will take off.
Headroom looks to disrupt Zoom fatigue with AI: The new videoconferencing tool integrates productivity and transcription functionality. Can it measure up against leading conference players?
Complaints about online ads are prevalent, yet 67% of consumers would rather see online ads than pay for website content, Yahoo research shows. With quality creative and high-precision targeting, advertising can be an addition rather than a distraction to the consumer experience.
On today's episode, we discuss how the omicron variant might change consumer behavior, the significance of Tide refusing to air a Super Bowl 2022 commercial, the real threat of churn, what people click on, how Americans share information with brands, how to solve working from home annoyances, what it's like in the coldest place on Earth, and more. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst Suzy Davidkhanian, director of forecasting Oscar Orozco, and senior forecasting analyst at Insider Intelligence Peter Vahle.
Hulu’s 2021 ad revenue outpaces competitors, but troubles loom: The streamer’s reliance on partners like NBCUniversal to provide content could hamstring further growth.
Smartphone duopoly could get regulatory pushback in UK: The latest effort to keep Apple and Google in check could invite competition and promote consumer choice, but there’s no viable third player.
On this episode of Brand Anatomy, where we get exclusive looks inside leading brands, eMarketer Briefing director Jeremy Goldman sits down with Abby Whitmer, vice president of ecommerce at BeautyBio, to discuss how the beauty brand is adjusting to iOS privacy changes, tackling supply chain issues as a medium-sized business, and lessons from this year’s holiday season.
On today's episode, we discuss why many companies are now scrambling to appoint a chief customer officer, what makes for a good one, and what might trip them up. We then talk about what it means to be authentically diverse and how recent (and potential) privacy moves have prompted companies to amass customer data. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Dave Frankland.
Better.com’s Zoom firing fiasco offers a cautionary tale for employers: In a tight labor market, companies that hurt their brand can find it harder to attract talent when they need it.
Health and wellness brands were uniquely positioned to meet the needs of consumers during the pandemic, which helped drive brand momentum. Learn about some of 2021’s most improved brands and what fueled their growth.