Content marketers are stretched for time -- they spend 33 hours a week creating content, and only 7 hours handling other tasks, Casted reports.
We may never return to the way things were before COVID-19, and marketers will have to go with the shift, Euromonitor International reports.
Tech budgets are rising this year, and IT will lead the buying process. Email will play a role, IDG reports.
But many are bothered by excessive messaging and privacy issues, Treasure Data reports.
Sales rose by 8.6% -- despite supply issues and the threat of inflation, Adobe reports.
Podcasts and video are on the rise, and supplier websites are deemed the most valuable information sources, TREW Marketing and GlobalSpec report.
And Apple now has almost a 60% share of the email client market, Litmus reports.
Zoomers or snowflakes prefer in-person communication to email and other digital channels, Stanford research finds.
Amazon, PepsiCo and other brands weigh in on customer-centricity and other issues in a Talkdesk report.
If social media giants are responsible for blocking hate speech, why not email vendors who let this kind of content get through?