Budweiser has a 7.6% share of the $100 billion U.S. beer market, down from 10% five years ago, and 14.4% a decade ago.
45% of affluents planned to do their holiday shopping online, while 35% said they’d do so in-store.
African-Americans are 38% more likely to make a purchase when the ads have African-Americans included in them.
This infographic from Microsoft looks at social conversations people are having about pumpkin-flavored stuff.
Some 67.5 million American adults lived in a household with annual income of at least $100,000, a 5 million (or 8%) increase from last year.
On average, 44% of US shoppers combine online and in-person shopping activities across 15 product and service categories.
Some 17% of permissioned emails from legitimate senders around the world failed to reach the inbox during the year-long period from May 2013 to April 2014.
College students might not be as broke as we think, but a significant portion of them plan to spend less this year than they have previously—particularly on school-related items.
57% of US internet users said they preferred purchasing cosmetics and personal grooming items, such as makeup, shaving products and facial cleansers, in-store.
Gmail’s tabbed inbox seems to be having a positive influence on promotional emails’ inbox placement rates.