Showtime’s time may be over: Parent company Paramount is looking to consolidate its streaming brands under one flagship service.
Our exclusive TikTok interview: Global head of marketing science Jorge Ruiz talks about hitting the right ad frequency and navigating privacy concerns.
The surge in consumer time and money spent online because of the pandemic led to a significant boom in the affiliate marketing ecosystem.
Advertisers should worry more about regulation than cookie depreciation: A report from the IAB calls out legislation as the biggest threat to signal loss.
Apple’s just-released iOS 16 allows users to customize lock screens, control notifications further, and (at long last) edit text messages within 15 minutes. You know what else is changing at Apple? Its advertising strategy.
Amazon’s iRobot deal under investigation: iRobot’s fate hangs in the balance as interest groups and the FTC target the acquisition. If the deal fails, Amazon can make its own robot vacuums while iRobot flounders.
Roblox’s ad efforts come at a tricky time: A spending downturn, prickly regulatory mood, and unclear in-game ad standards make this a tough space to navigate.
TikTok's popularity has translated to explosive growth in TikTok’s ad revenues. This year, TikTok will net $5.96 billion—more than Twitter and Snapchat combined.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss how companies can improve the employee experience to better the customer experience and ways to collect feedback. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top examples of retail leadership that directly impacted our customer experience and the ones that could have been improved. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analysts Suzy Davidkhanian and Patty Soltis.
We detail how YouTube, Search, and Fitbit are tackling health literacy and information as social determinants of health.
The digital ad industry is under regulatory scrutiny: Reforms laid out by the Biden administration focus on the use of personal data for advertising purposes.
In 2021, affiliate marketing investment drove $71 billion in ecommerce sales and a 12-to-1 return on ad spend, illustrating that this area is still booming for creators and the brands that support them.
Leaked memo gives insight into Snap’s future: Older users, enterprise AR, and Snapchat+ growth are all part of the puzzle.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Rachel Tipograph, the founder and CEO of MikMak, an ecommerce marketing platform for multichannel brands, about retail media in the US market.
Charging for returns is an easy way to lose customer loyalty: Retailers need to think of returns as an extension of the customer experience—and not just a cost to be managed.
Chipmakers warn of worst downturn in a decade: Recovery from shortages was expected by late 2022, but chip manufacturers are bracing for tougher times as supply chains are challenged by economic uncertainty and political conflict.
Instagram retreats from social commerce: The move comes a little more than a month after parent company Meta reported its first year-over-year revenue decline this quarter.
Changing content consumption patterns are bending media and entertainment ad spending in different directions.
In this video, Skai’s™ Margo Kahnrose, who, as CMO, leads global marketing for the company, shares why closed, opt-in ecosystems provide high return on ad spend and high engagement. Kahnrose, who has over 15 years of experience in marketing, branding, communications, and lead generation across various enterprise and consumer goods industries, also explains why omnichannel capability, media neutrality, and an efficient, real-time approach to measurement are a must when looking for an advertising technology partner.
Meta faces litany of fines in EU: Ireland fines Instagram $403 million for exposing underage users’ personal data. Persistent privacy penalties and lack of user protection could diminish Meta’s wider metaverse ambitions.
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