via emarketer.com Given US Asians’ high involvement with the internet and with mobile, it is not surprising that they also have taken to the mobile internet in above-average numbers. eMarketer estimated in April that 45.1% will be mobile internet users this year (vs. 38.5% of the general population), and it forecasts a rise to 63.0% […]
via emarketer.com Asians are the fastest-growing racial group in the US, with their numbers having reached 17.3 million as of 2010. But “groups” would be a more accurate term, as US Asians are split among highly distinct ethnicities. Read the rest at eMarketing.
via emarketer.com Applying cross-channel lessons was a priority for only 13.1% of marketers, and even fewer agencies and publishers, and while attribution across channels and forming a unified customer view were more popular priorities, they still made the list for less than a third of respondents in any group. Read the rest at eMarketer.
via emarketer.com According to March 2012 research from marketing solutions provider PulsePoint (formerly Datran Media and CONTEXTWEB), US marketers, agencies and publishers may recognize that a seamless experience across channels is important for consumers, but they are not yet following their targets down that path. Read the rest at eMarketer.
via emarketer.com Findings from a March 2012 study conducted by global management consultant company Accenture offered insight into what online video viewers worldwide were willing to open their wallets for: 35% were willing to pay more for higher-quality video content and the same percentage said they would pay more for reduced advertising. Access to premium […]
via emarketer.com Entertainment-focused content such as movies, music and magazines were purchased by the greatest number of US digital media professionals. In fact, 47% of respondents paid for movies, 36% for digital magazine access and 35% for music. In contrast, just 13% paid for news and newspapers, a likely byproduct of widespread access to free […]
via emarketer.com Though paywalls scared away over half of all respondents, the data showed just 25% of US digital media professionals developed a negative brand perception after encountering this type of barrier to entry. That number surely depends on where in the site experience a user encounters a paywall. The vast majority of respondents (90%) […]
via emarketer.com Though just over half of US digital media professionals (52%) said they immediately leave a site after encountering a paywall, a significant portion (42%) took the time to research pricing and make a purchase decision, signifying a solid opportunity for publishers to convert casual visitors into paying customers. Read the rest at eMarketer.
via marketingvox.com A new study conducted by iYogi Insights, the research division of the on-demand remote tech support services provider, reveals that 42% of consumers subscribe to new products and services after experiencing them for free. Based on a survey of more than 2,000 iYogi customers, the research reveals that a Freemium offering is an […]