Recent attacks plaguing US companies have become increasingly aggressive, with hackers using phone calls, emails, and other methods. The FBI might have answers.
TV ad measurement hits growing pains: WBD partner picks, YouTube spat signal future of measurement will look fractured for some time.
On today's episode, we discuss what happened to Silicon Valley Bank, its knock-on effect on the media and retail worlds, and how this is affecting advertisers. Tune in to the discussion with our director of Briefings Jeremy Goldman and analyst Jenna McNamee.
Netflix’s ad tier rebounds from a shaky launch: With viewer expectations hitting their marks, Netflix is looking to the future of its ad business.
It can be challenging to earn customer loyalty as consumers often favor the least expensive, most convenient options. Caleb Pearson, Vice President, Media and Digital for US Marketing, McDonald’s, shares how McDonald’s uses customer data to keep consumers coming back.
Sam’s Club rolls out closed-loop attribution: Connecting the dots between ads and cross-channel sales should help advertisers be far more efficient with their retail media ad spending.
As mobile networks grow and improve, consumers adopt more 5G devices. This, in turn, encourages telecoms to continue their 5G investments and try to get an edge over the competitors with services that meet 5G’s early hype.
Consumers lost $1.2 billion to social media scams, FTC says: Have shrinking ad revenues, crypto, and automation led to lower standards for vetting digital advertisements?
On today's episode, we discuss what's going on with Netflix's ad-supported tier, what its plans to crack down on password sharing could do to viewership, and what Netflix's subscriber growth will look like over the next few years. "In Other News," we talk about fuboTV's current position in the market and what people stream the most on their TVs. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Paul Verna.
The number of Gen Z mobile banking users will reach 33.7 million in the US this year and continue to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 12.4% through 2026, per our forecast.
Gamers who grew up on PC and console games are seeking sophistication in their mobile hybrid-casual games, AAA titles, and multiplayer mobile games. We dive into the future of gaming.
HBO and the Oscars fought for Sunday’s primetime viewers: The finale of blockbuster show “The Last of Us” aired during Hollywood’s biggest night.
As QR codes come to play a larger role in how consumers shop, buy, and interact with brands, marketers can use them to drive conversion across physical and digital spaces. Here are three ways marketers can use QR codes to increase consumer engagement and encourage purchase behavior.
On today's episode, we discuss how close consumers are to reaching their breaking point, what consumers actually want from companies when shopping online, whether same-day delivery is fast enough, why ads are starting to depict women in domestic roles more frequently again, Subway's plans for an electric car charging "oasis," facts about weddings today, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our vice president of content Suzy Davidkhanian and analysts Blake Droesch and Evelyn Mitchell.
Companies like Google and Microsoft are racing to incorporate generative AI into their search engines, while Grammarly and Shopify are using it to round out their offerings. We asked our analysts what generative AI-driven changes we can expect for advertising. “I think transparency is one of the bigger issues surrounding generative AI,” said Insider Intelligence analyst Gadjo Sevilla.
“Let it be okay to also ask dumb questions, because there aren’t any.” That’s ThredUP CMO Noelle Sadler Delory’s advice for building a marketing team that understands creative, metrics, and its customer holistically. Delory and the CMOs of Marine Layer and Fernish also advocate for breaking down silos between performance and brand marketers so everyone understands the same metrics and speaks the same language.
SVB’s fall could set off more uncertainty in the tech sector: The collapse of a longtime cog in the country’s innovation engine will put additional strain on a tech sector already reeling from layoffs and losses.
Can Netflix develop an ad stack without Microsoft? After just a few months, the streamer is already showing nervous signs around how to handle its advertising future.
This year, time spent with digital video will officially surpass time spent with TV among US adults. Video advertising is also moving toward digital as advertisers set their sights on connected TV and social video, and even take advantage of retail media networks’ video opportunity. Whether you’re pitching a video ad campaign or reevaluating a tight ad budget, here are five charts that will help with the how, what, where, when, and why of video advertising. Whether you’re pitching a video ad campaign or reevaluating a tight ad budget, here are five charts that will help with the how, what, where, when, and why of video advertising.
An emerging tension between retailer ads and customer experience (CX) is brewing as consumers grow more attuned to high ad loads online and in stores. Retailers’ core competency of delivering exceptional CX is now being pitted against their own retail media networks’ desire to expand their digital advertising surface area to capture high-margin revenues.
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