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While there's debate around the impact of ad blocking, the statistics are clear: the extent to which consumers have embraced ad blocking is not in question.
And there's no sign that the consumer desire to keep ads at bay is waning.
Much has been made of the fact that Snapchat reportedly now has more daily active users than Twitter, but is overall usage of all social apps peaking?
According to data from website traffic and mobile app analytics service SimilarWeb, the answer just might be yes.
Building a successful mobile app is difficult.
Companies spend significant amounts driving consumers to install their apps, and by some estimates, apps that aren't opened for a second time within the first 12 hours after download can see churn exceeding 50% in some categories.
According to researchers at Stanford, highly targeted ads may not be all they're cracked up to be.
Based on a mathematical model they built based on game theory, the researchers instead suggest that advertisers "prefer to remain in a state of partial willful ignorance so as to preserve communication credibility."
Pharma companies face a number of challenges when it comes to digital marketing.
We recently reported on the spectre of a consumer marketing clampdown, and how pharma brands aren't making the most of mobile and social opportunities.
For marketers looking to sell their wares to millennials and their younger siblings, Gen Z, social media is an indispensable channel.
But according to a new study conducted by Harris Poll for Lithium Technologies, marketers that are using targeted social ads to reach members of these groups may be shooting themselves in the foot.
It seems financial muscle doesn’t always translate into online success.
A recent analysis of the US personal finance sector has revealed that a popular price comparison site outperforms all mainstream banking and credit institutions when it comes to organic search.
Retailers are collecting more data than ever, but putting that data to good use is apparently proving to be more challenging than many anticipated.
According to a study conducted by IHL Group for DynamicAction, retailers around the world lost well over half a trillion dollars in the past year due to out-of-stock inventory.
That's a jump of nearly 40% from 2012. At the same time, they lost just under $500bn due to overstocks, an amount nearly a third greater than in 2012.
Retailers and consumers may be gearing up for two of the most important shopping days in the holiday shopping season, but this year, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are more ceremonial than ever.
The American Medical Association (AMA), a powerful lobby that represents more than 200,000 doctors and medical students in the United States, is calling for a ban on direct-to-consumer ads that pitch prescription drugs and medical devices.
Noting that the US is one of only two countries in the world that allow such ads, the AMA says that "direct-to-consumer advertising...inflates demand for new and more expensive drugs, even when these drugs may not be appropriate."
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Despite significant and growing demand for video ad inventory, and publishers eager to meet that demand, advertisers are finding it challenging to find premium video ad inventory.