The vast majority of adults across 6 countries believe that organizations are failing to provide a connected experience, defined as organizations knowing their preferences across all channels and being able to provide them with access to the information they need in a timely manner.
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Social media is the main way that youth (18-24) around the world discover news online, whereas older adults are more apt to directly access news stories, according to the Digital News Report 2018 from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Fully 53% of young adults reported coming across news stories via social media, compared to one-third (34%) of adults ages 55 and older.
This infographic from Vya illustrates the ways in which marketers can effect business strategy as well as the obstacles they face along the way.
This infographic from SERanking illustrates when, what, where, why and how of mobile search behavior.
We may believe we’re each living in our own social media bubble full of like-minded folks, but survey data suggests that some of us are being persuaded to change our minds thanks to social posts.
Not only do consumers want businesses to be open and honest in their social posts, consumers actually hold businesses to a higher standard than they hold for themselves.
Most companies are not using mixed reality in any way, according to a recent study, but that doesn’t mean they don’t think it’s important.
Customer data platforms (CDPs) are the hot thing in marketing tech right now, but many of their functions are not that novel.
Connected TV households now make up nearly three-quarters of all US households, but those penetration levels don’t necessarily add up to a huge advertising market—yet. In a new forecast package, eMarketer estimates there will be 182.6 million connected TV users in the US this year, up 8.1% from 2017. That works out to roughly 55% of the population.
In the ongoing effort to gain consumers’ attention, one effective media channel that’s often overlooked is the mobile wallet. eMarketer estimates that 55.0 million US mobile phone users will make a proximity mobile payment—one that’s completed on a mobile device at the point of sale—by the end of this year.