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The Affiliate Census 2011 is a comprehensive survey of more than 300 affiliates, which looks in detail at the nature and quality of relationships affiliates have with networks and merchants. The report is essential reading for those who want to know more about affiliates, including how much revenue they are generating, how they are getting their traffic and which linking methods they are using.
The Middle East and North Africa Digital Consumer Report is based on a Real Opinions survey of more than 2,000 consumers across different regions in MENA, including North Africa, the Levant and the GCC.
The 55-page report looks at internet usage in the Middle East and North Africa, including the extent to which consumers use the internet to research products and purchase online. The report also examines in detail how consumers use a wide range of online channels, including mobile, social media, search and email.
The Online Advertising Survey Report, produced in association with the Rubicon Project, is a useful overview of the online display advertising environment. It contains information about spending trends, the use of ad networks, types of targeting and use of data. The research also examines the impact of real-time bidding and the increasingly important role played by online advertising exchanges, demand-side platforms (DSPs) and trading desks.
Econsultancy's second Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, sponsored by Adobe, looks at the level of uptake for a range of digital-related technologies, their impact on the bottom line and their cost in time and other resources. The research is based on a survey of more than 900 business respondents predominantly in the United States and Europe.
This is THE digital marketing industry report for those who want to benchmark daily rates for UK digital agencies. It covers more than 50 individual job roles and breaks down rates by agency size. Useful for agencies and client-side.
Econsultancy's first Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, sponsored by Adobe, looks at some of the most important trends affecting the marketing landscape in 2011. The research is based on a survey of more than 900 business respondents predominantly in the United States and Europe.
An analysis of the online measurement industry based on a survey of digital marketers. The 67-page report and 29-slide summary presentation contain valuable insights into the use of paid-for and free web analytics tools. Beyond web analytics, the report also looks at a range of data sources and information requirements, and the extent to which companies are able to develop a coherent measurement strategy.
The Reducing Customer Struggle report, published by Econsultancy in association with Tealeaf, looks in-depth at the extent to which companies understand the overall online customer experience and the approaches or types of technology they use to identify issues and remedy them. The study also looks at the relationship between online and offline areas of business.
The UK Search Engine Marketing Benchmark Report 2011, carried out in association with search agency Guava, contains a comprehensive analysis of the UK search marketing environment. Now in its fifth year, the 100+ page report is based on a survey of more than 650 marketers and covers current issues and future trends within search engine optimisation (SEO or natural search), paid search (PPC) and social media marketing.
The State of Search Marketing Report 2011, published by Econsultancy in association with SEMPO, looks in-depth at how companies are using paid search, search engine optimization (natural search) and social media marketing. The report, which also contains a marketplace valuation, has been compiled from a survey of more than 900 global respondents, from both companies (client-side advertisers) and agencies. The report looks closely at current practices and emerging trends across paid search and SEO, alongside their relationship with social media.