Consumer Attitudes on Marketing
Consumers are uncomfortable with their advertising experiences, due to a combination of intrusive formats and privacy-invading practices. As a result, about one-quarter of US consumers block digital ads.View this Report
Industry experts weigh in on the magnitude of ad blocking, whether technology can solve the problem and the effects of GDPR.
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Which Types of Ads Annoy Consumers Most?
Aug 29, 2019
Consumers’ reasons for blocking ads point sharply in the direction of user experience. It’s clear internet users are unhappy with ad loads overall, but there are also some types of ads they like more—or less. The ones that provoke the most ire are those that get in the way of consumers’ ability to view the content they have sought out.