It's the bandwidth, stupid.
Pew's analysis covers areas including privacy, on-platform abuse and Republicans' and Democrats' differing views on Twitter's major issues and overall impact on democracy.
A massive study of political consumers explains why Conservatives are more satisfied with their choices -- because they believe they are.
Rapid and accurate audience measurement is the gold standard of accountability for any medium or media owner -- but how possible is it?
If you've been curious about whether to hold back ad spend due to the most recent surge, you likely shouldn't.
Consumers prefer to do business with companies that make authentication safe and simple and safe, according to 81% of consumers surveyed by CMO Council and Business Performance Innovation Network.
This frustration can cause consumers to search for brands that offer a different type of digital verification process.
The PowerReviews study reveals that when product Q&As are missing, one in four online shoppers question the quality of the brand.
In what appears to be an industry first, WPP is teaming with Snap to create an "AR Lab" to research and develop augmented-reality applications that create a more immersive experience for consumers,
and better results for advertisers.
Kantar says 39% of consumers are now satisfied with the "amount of content" on the streamer, up from 25% when Apple TV+ launched in November 2019.
Nearly half of consumers say they're "unlikely to buy products or services from companies not aligned with their political views."
The series will explore implicit meanings behind what consumers talk about. That exploration is designed to shed light on how meaning shapes our experience and expectations.
National news is at a 58% trust level, down from 76% in 2016. The best results are from local news outlets.
Kantar's ad-equity ranking of media channels and brands found that online and mobile games showed the greatest improvement in consumer receptivity. Consumers find gaming ads more "trustworthy,"
"relevant," and "useful" as well as "fun and entertaining." YouTube, Google, and Facebook are still the most trusted social media platforms.
Toilet paper and paper towels remain the most coveted items, as U.S. media coverage of recent major crisis events has driven Americans to stockpile products they might not otherwise have.
Multiple societal crises -- especially the COVID-19 pandemic -- have raised the bar for brand marketers, with a majority of American consumers now expecting them to allocate funds and resources back
to the communities they serve. That's one of the top-line findings from a new report from Horizon Media identifying a half dozen fundamental shifts in consumer mindsets related to brands. The report,
"Rebuilding The Future," combines an array of proprietary Horizon consumer tracking studies, with data from third-party authorities, to make the case that the relationships of American consumers and
brands have been fundamentally changed.
The word "agency" is the most seminal term on Madison Avenue, but now one of the industry's biggest predicts the future will be all about "free agency."
Timing is everything...especially in personalized messaging. Ochsner Health leverages real-time email responses to patients' online and offline behavioral triggers to build genuinely conversational
experiences and keep their members healthier. What can brand marketers learn about customer journeys from the way a major hospital network treats patients? It's all about letting the user drive the
conversation, not technology or marketing.
CMOs fell into one of three personas in 2020: Traditionalists, Progressives and Disruptors. Which describes you? Findings of a global study by Designit may surprise marketers.
Customer satisfaction with search engines and information sites fell for Verizon Media's AOL by 3%, remained stable for Google and Bing and improved by 1% for all others like Yahoo, Ask, MSN, and
Answers, according to data released Tuesday. Twitter fell by 10% in 2021 compared with 2020.
Writing materials, apparel, hygiene products, and electronics are some of the top trending items across the Microsoft Advertising Network. For example, 85% of survey respondents cited writing
materials as an item they intend to buy. Some 85% cited clothing and/or shoes, 75% said backpacks, 73% said hygiene products, 70% said art and craft supplies, 62% cited lunch boxes and water bottles.
A century ago Betty Crocker taught us everything we needed to know about authentic consumer engagement. From personalized connections to data collection to creating engagement and innovation loops.
General Mills' CMO, Ivan Pollard, explores how the company draws lessons and inspiration from this CPG icon.
This week's Lions festival demonstrates brands are taking on -- and in many cases solving -- problems that governments, NGOs and other institutions cannot.
Many consumers said social-media exacerbates their emotional issues, but many would give up their pets before their social use, The Reboot Foundation reports.
Some startling new research from GroupM's Wavemaker unit reveals that the erosion of brand equity becomes much more exaggerated when consumers' "path to purchase" takes place online vs. the physical
While online shopping has changed, so have consumer expectations. They want more.
A wide-ranging consumer survey looking at top 20 premium streamers and smaller providers showed a 2.6% dip to a 74 customer-satisfaction index.
The index ranks national brands according to their environmental, social and governance impact and was developed in partnership with consumer research firm Swayable.
In an unusual collaboration between a big media-buying agency and a supplier of digital video ad inventory, Havas Media Group this morning announced it is working with video ad network operator Teads
to develop research to help publishers boost their ad prices by increasing consumer attention to the ads they serve.
After reaching an all-time high of 77% when it released its last global study in 2019, the percentage of brands consumers say they can live without has declined to 75%, according to the 2021 edition
of Havas' every-other-year "Meaningful Brands" study.
The sheltering-at-home lifestyle saw consumers watching more video than ever before, including expanding their viewing habits to new platforms like TikTok. Direct-to-consumer contact lens brand,
Hubble Contacts, decided they didn't want to be beholding to just FaceBook and took advantage of the new trend. Hubble's Senior Marketing & Creative Director, Dan Rosen, shares how he tested the
short-form mobile video platform and discovered a new audience, success and scale.