Snapchat and Twitter are very different properties, but they have one thing in common: Both remain in the shadow of Facebook and Instagram.
Nancy Inouye, national media manager at Toyota Motor North America, explains why Twitter and Snapchat advertising remain beneficial for the brand.
A May 2018 survey of younger US internet users found that many Gen Zers are using apps like YouTube and Snapchat a lot more than they did a year prior.
In the latest episode of eMarketer's "Behind the Numbers" podcast, we dig into a variety of data about news consumption on social properties. How many people get their news on social? And do they trust it?
Ad professionals block ads at similar rates to the rest of the population.
In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," eMarketer's Paul Verna and Patricia Orsini discuss whether a new Facebook-first news network called Progress News Network (PNN) can find an audience on the social platform.
Snapchat will overtake Facebook among 18- to 24-year-olds this year, according to eMarketer’s latest forecast on social network usage.
In the latest episode of our "Behind the Numbers" podcast, eMarketer's Debra Aho Williamson and Chris Bendtsen discuss how top social networks like Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram rank among different age groups.
New data regulations are leading UK internet users to ask tech platforms to remove their personal data.
Not only do consumers want businesses to be open and honest in their social posts, they actually hold businesses to a higher standard than they hold for themselves.
Arielle Vogelstein, growth principal at Via, talks about Snapchat's advertising potential.
eMarketer expects the social network to generate more than $500 million in US ad revenues this year, a 43.8% change from last year.
In its latest advertising forecast, eMarketer sharply lowered its projections for Snap’s US ad revenue for 2018 and beyond, as an increasingly automated buying system brings down prices.
A new survey suggests that Facebook users are aggressively deleting the app from their phones—but are they really? In the latest episode of eMarketer’s “Behind the Numbers,” we dig into the data about social network users and their attitudes about privacy. How is Facebook’s usage holding up amidst continuing scrutiny of its business?
The number of Facebook users in the US will inch up 0.9% this year to 169.5 million. While growth has plateaued, Facebook is still the most used social network among all age groups, except for teens.
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 how teens are turning to Instagram to make some extra money, plus how ecommerce and low prices may be turning some consumers into hoarders.
Social media usage—both for personal and business use—is so widespread that occasional social implosions are relatively commonplace. How widespread? eMarketer estimates that roughly nine out of 10 companies use social networks as a marketing tool, and that level of involvement has been steady for years.
We may believe we’re each living in our own social media bubble full of like-minded folks, but new survey data suggests that some of us are being persuaded to change our minds thanks to social posts.
We let the eMarketer interns take over the studio for a day so they could explain their digital behaviors to the world. Are these younger folks using Facebook the way they used to? What do they use each of the social media platforms for? What do they think about digital advertising? How do their spending habits vary?