The results are in for the half-year mark on the digital advertising front. By most measures, ad buyers have been very positive about digital.
Hispanics make up almost one fifth of the entire U.S. population, according to a study by Nielsen, and this demographic is only growing in size. Not only that, the median age of Latinix consumers is 28, and this group has made up 75% of labor force growth across the country within the last six years.
Your client might be used to hearing about how their mobile activity is the key to their marketing and sales success. It’s true that consumers spend more time with their mobile devices these days.
"The growing access to foodservice delivery has garnered lots of attention from the marketplace and media, but while delivery grabs the spotlight, digital restaurant orders overall steadily grow by double-digits, reports The NPD Group."
Are your clients heavily invested in internet-based advertising? If so, they’ve definitely made all of their ads mobily compatible, right? … right?
Over the course of your advertising career, you’ve probably learned that the only way to keep your target audience’s attention is to keep your ads as short as possible. However, according to Litmus’ State of Email Engagement report, you may have a bit more wiggle room in email outreach than you thought.
Approximately $59.431 billion expected to be spent on programmatic digital display advertising in the U.S. this year. Of that, eMarketer believes that $29.24 billion (or 49.2%) will be allocated to programmatic video. Programmatic video is expected to account for about half of programmatic digital display spending by 2021 and continue to grow from there.
The biggest news from the IAB’s 2018 Full Year 2018 Internet Advertising Revenue Report is that businesses spent $107 billion on digital outreach last year.
While many marketers are hyper-focused on digital advertising and commerce, it’s important to remember that most shopping takes place in traditional stores.
Are your retail clients getting enough out of the ad money they spend with Google? If you’re selling digital marketing services, you should be asking that question.
Are your clients still doubting the effectiveness of video ads? Well, that’s probably because they don’t know that videos broadcasted on YouTube have a 94% viewability rate in the U.S., according to Google.