More than one-quarter of US internet users claim they have used an ad blocker on their desktop or laptop.
More than half of internet users are addicted to their digital devices—and it’s most common among younger users.
Up to 162 million people in Europe and the United States—or 20 to 30 percent of the working-age population—engage in some form of independent work.
More brands are using emojis in their messaging than a year ago, and most mobile phone users have a positive perception of brands that do so.
This infographic is based on research from CafeMedia that takes a deeper look at what the segment values most when it comes to work, money, and experiences.
The presidential campaigns have had the most variation in ads served.
95 percent of all Americans consider incivility a problem. Seventy percent consider it a crisis, which is up from 65 percent in 2014.
More than 7 in 10 US consumers would prefer to receive email communications from businesses.
Quality is the core value that the largest share of consumers around the world feel is important for brands to embody.
Email and social media are the only touch points through which a majority are able to deliver personalized content.