Top 50 Advertisers by Media Value in June, 2005
Top 50 Advertisers by Media Value in June, 2005.
Who’s Using RSS
Marketers are interested in RSS, but few North American adults currently use it.
You’ve Got Spyware; And Lots of It
Despite security measures, spyware runs rampant on most networks — and costs businesses plenty.
For Retailers, It’s Already Xmas
Repeat customers will be targeted with a barrage of incentives to spend more this holiday season.
Digital Audio Player Adoption To Decline In 2006
Installed base of digital audio players will continue to increase, but new unit growth will begin to decline next year.
Blog Readers Spend More Time and Money Online
The blogosphere is big and its users spend more time and money online than the online population that doesn’t read them.
More Than a Quarter of Web Marketers ‘Flying Blind’
Marketers understand the importance of measuring marketing performance, though many haven’t developed a meaningful metrics framework to see success rates.
The Deadly Duo: Spam and Viruses, July 2005
The summer vacation season is an opportune time for phishing; while many are taking summer vacations, viruses aren’t.
Consumers Want Personalization — and Privacy
Users want the benefits of personalization, but are unwilling to trade their privacy to get it.
How Do the Search Engines Stack Up?
While shopping and classifieds are the most common search terms across all search engines, each engine has characteristic strengths.
Consumers Shopping Online For Cell Phone Plans
Though consumers ranked plan aggregator sites highly for customer experience, most have never heard of the aggregator sites.
Instant Messenger Services Brace for Google’s Entry
Google Talk enters the instant messenger space at a time when IM client market share diminishes.
Men are Media Hogs
Men consume more media — in all forms — than women.
Teen, College Students Are Most Active Cell Phone Users
College students and teens are most active on their cell phones, both use data services in addition to voice.
Interactive Television Market Grows
Interactive television will create revenue opportunities in TV-based gaming, television commerce, and interactive or direct response advertising as the market grows.
The Asia Pacific is home to more than four billion people. This week's industry statistics reflect the huge growth in digital uptake in this region, and the big opportunities this presents for marketers.
Featuring figures from eMarketer, Snapchat and the Super Bowl, here are seven important industry stats from the last week.
In 2015, retail made several steps forward into ecommerce, and pure-play retailers invested in space on the high street. Last year also saw increased focus on services such as click and collect.
How did UK retailers do over the festive period? We've sorted the winners from the losers.