As consumers gain power over their information, the rules are changing. But that doesn’t mean businesses can go back to marketing blindly, ignoring one-to-one relationship building. Data still drives relationships, but permission will be required, unlike the invisible site cookies of the past. Here are some tools for navigating the new reality.
Marketing fraud ─ including skewed analytics, ad fraud, affiliate fraud and lead fraud ─ is a growing problem for online businesses in every industry, and it’s more pronounced over the busy holiday shopping season. Juniper Research estimates that in 2019, advertisers around the world will lose $42 billion of ad spend to fraud.
The holiday season is the most competitive time of year for ecommerce companies and retailers to target consumers and drive sales. For marketers looking to expand content to multiple platforms and find success this holiday season, here are some tips for social ads on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.
Mobile is the way customers are choosing to shop this holiday season. In fact, 59% of consumers use their mobile device most or all of the time compared to desktop, and almost half of them make purchases on them. Here are some more key stats about how mobile is playing a major role in purchases this holiday season.
A recent study by RetailMeNot predicted that consumer spending is expected to increase between Black Friday and Cyber Monday compared to last year, and advised retailers to plan their kickoff promotions around a longer period than the traditional Cyber Weekend. Here are some other statistics the study revealed for the holiday season.
Back to school shopping is quickly approaching, and before we know it the holiday shopping season will be in full swing. Google announced the launch of three new AdWords innovations that optimize mobile advertising and give greater control to marketers. With the rush not too far down the road, here are updates marketers will be utilizing to lure the consumers this holiday season.