eMarketer’s latest forecast expects the number of smart speaker users to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 47.9% between 2016 and 2020, from 16.0 million to 76.5 million.
It’s true, merchants can no longer rely on traditional anchors—usually department stores—to attract crowds. According to Coresight Research, the number of full-line department stores will shrink to 4,750 by 2023, down 19.5% from 2017.
According to an April 2018 Market Force Information survey of US grocery buyers, 27% buy prepared food weekly or more, and 92% cited convenience as the reason.
This infographic from Teach To Fish Digital illustrates the Google AdWords Quality Score and the cost per click calculations.
This infographic from Uberflip illustrates words that have persuasive power and how they are used in marketing.
Corporate reputations in the US have diminished this year compared to 2017. Only about half of consumers trust companies to do the right thing, down from 62% last year, and just 41% give companies the benefit of the doubt, down from 56% last year.
Three-quarters of the US population went to a movie at the cinema at least once last year and roughly 1 in 8 (12%) could be deemed frequent moviegoers in claiming to attend at least once a month.
One in every 5 Wi-Fi households in the US owned at least a single Smart Speaker as of February, reveals comScore in a new examination of the devices, meaning that Smart Speaker penetration doubled in just 6 months.
This infographic from MDG illustrates the many factors that go into measuring the return on your social media marketing investment.
This infographic from Quicksprout illustrates 20 tips for keeping visitors on your website and in the process, minimize your bounce rates.