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As marketers use more digital technology and big data to execute their campaigns, they open up their organizations to increased cybersecurity risk. While some incidents may be unavoidable, they must still take proactive steps to protect against hacks, data leaks and other risky situations.
Retail ecommerce sales in Asia-Pacific totaled $1.349 trillion in 2017, a 31.1% increase over 2016. Mcommerce activity in China drove growth, representing 67.4% of total ecommerce sales.
eMarketer estimates adults in South Korea averaged 7 hours, 4 minutes per day with media in 2017. Of that time, 3 hours, 25 minutes were spent with digital media.
In 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation will shake up digital advertising. Less prominently, ecommerce harmonization will proceed across the region, while consumer expectations will fuel wider use of on-demand services and voice assistants.
This report analyzes eMarketer’s forecast for total retail and retail ecommerce sales in Western Europe, including our first-ever estimates for retail mcommerce sales in the region.
Nearly 2.5 billion people worldwide used a social network regularly in 2017. Of these social network users, 62.2% accessed Facebook and 24.0% used Instagram at least once a month.
eMarketer estimates adults in Japan averaged 7 hours, 14 minutes per day with media in 2017. Of that time, at least 3 hours were spent with both TV and digital media.
This year, 10% of all ad spending in the US will go to Facebook, and nearly three-quarters of US marketers will use Instagram. What else will happen in the fast-changing social media business? eMarketer predicts what’s in store in 2018.
This report analyzes eMarketer’s latest forecast for UK total retail, retail ecommerce and mcommerce sales, as well as estimates for digital shoppers and buyers, including our first-ever breakout for digital shoppers and buyers by age.
US advertisers will spend almost $48 billion on digital display advertising in 2018. Where will those dollars go, and what can buyers and sellers expect? Read on.
eMarketer’s latest UK programmatic ad spend forecast indicates that strong growth remains. This year, 79% of all digital display ad spend will flow through programmatic pipes, and that will rise to 84.5% by 2019.
A country-by-country overview of the top digital travel platforms, digital and mobile travel buyer penetration rates and the use of sharing economy services.
Despite common wisdom that internet users don’t want to shop where they socialize online, new iterations of social commerce with the potential to drive sales continue to appear.
An overview of eMarketer’s latest figures for consumer time spent with media and ad spending by media in Canada.
The US digital video industry continues to show solid growth, as measured by ad spending, time spent with media and other key barometers. However, some digital media companies are struggling with video monetization in the face of the Google-Facebook duopoly.
As digital natives who mostly lack smartphones, kids have a distinctive pattern of digital usage—lots of digital video, little social networking, worrisome amounts of screen time and so on.
eMarketer predicts key digital trends for next year, ranging from a rise in voice search and ad transparency to a decline in consumer esteem for Big Tech.
US business-to-business (B2B) advertisers will spend over $4 billion on digital advertising in 2017, with the majority going to desktop/laptop formats.
Google and Facebook, taken together, will account for about 63% of US digital ad revenues this year—and their share is growing. But consumers continue to spend plenty of their time and attention on other sites, and it’s still important for brands to work with other publishers and platforms to reach them.
Cross-platform video advertising presents an opportunity to bridge the divide between digital video and traditional TV, but many hurdles stand in the way, including device and platform fragmentation, lack of scale in connected TV, and technical and workflow issues.
eMarketer estimates adults in India will average 3 hours, 52 minutes per day consuming media in 2017. Of that time, 2 hours, 11 minutes will be spent watching TV.
More than 3.4 billion people worldwide will use the internet regularly this year, with 78.9% gaining access via a mobile phone.
As more viewers spend more of their time watching programs via connected TVs and over-the-top (OTT) video services, advertisers are becoming more eager to be there, too. And, increasingly, they hope to place their ads programmatically.
An overview of eMarketer’s updated figures for consumer time spent with media in China, as well as estimates of ad spending by media, format and company.
A look at hot topics for digital marketers in Canada heading into the new year.
eMarketer’s total media, digital and mobile ad spending forecasts for France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.
In 2017, there will be 582.5 million internet users in Central and Eastern Europe and Western Europe, of which roughly three-quarters will use a smartphone for access.