The shift by US customers from visiting banking halls to use of mobile apps during coronavirus pandemic may create a new way of banking with majority of customers saying they would maintain that habit post Covid.
The average time a US adult spends on various media platforms has been on unprecedented rise in recent years, particularly at the height of the pandemic.
As the pandemic-induced social distancing and sanitizing measures drive everyday interactions, consumers are embracing contactless payments for both online and offline platforms.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, US TV advertisers cancelled $3 billion of their upfront commitment around June as quoted by Media Dynamics as the pandemic ravaged economies.
In what points to the next frontier for competition and battle for customers, US telecoms are pivoting from traditional media business to investment in expanding their 5G network foothold.
By the end of this year, TikTok will have a larger number of Gen Z users in the US than that of Instagram. And it will surpass Snapchat in terms of total users by 2023.
Verizon will continue to own a 10% stake in the business and the current CEO Guru Gowrappan will continue to lead it.
As marketers, advertisers and media companies look at innovative ways of packaging and disseminating content to a critical mass, they are exploring and embracing technologies and partnership to drive that agenda with impressive results.
Proximity mobile payment user base in the US will surpass 100 million this year. This is according to new data from eMarketer.
Covid-19 pandemic has not only shifted consumers’ shopping behaviours but also altered their modes of payment for goods and services.
Amazon’s US ecommerce sales will grow by 15.3% this year to $367.19 billion after a meteoric 44.1% rise in sales during 2020.
Investment in Connected TV, CTV, in US rose by 40.6 per cent year on year in 2020 to reach over 9 billion with this growth expected to be sustained this year to hit $13.41 billion.
Marvia, the software-as-a-service(SaaS) platform that specializes in solutions for local marketing automation is one of the fastest-growing Dutch MarTech players.
Scott, who joins from ABC News, will be responsible for leading VICE Media Group’s US communications strategy across the organization’s entire portfolio.
To inform the report, Dentsu conducted a survey across 200 marketing decision-makers in the UK and US to understand the current Marketing climate and how the pandemic had contributed to its changes.
Based in New York, Grant will report directly to Global CEO Peter Mears and serve on Havas Media’s North American executive leadership team.
Global payment behemoth Paypal has announced a raft of strategies it intends to roll out as it seeks to grow its foothold in US and worldwide.
Despite being in its early stages of adoption, the 5G network is promising to revolutionize the retail industry as retailers invests in the network.
As consumers’ media consumption trends shift and the digital space continue to evolve, the advertising space is increasingly adapting to these market changes.
Besides growing its online business by double digits, the e-commerce giant also recorded a growth in advertising business by 52.5 per cent.
Devetry, a software consultancy that provides technology solutions ranging from organizational strategy to custom software development, has announced it has joined global digital agency Dept.
Netflix, Disney, and YouTube are the largest recipients of US OTT subscription revenues. In 2021, just under a third (30.8%) of all US OTT subscription revenues will go to Netflix.
Mediahuis Ventures, the venture capital arm of European media group Mediahuis, is investing in BUNCH, a New York and Berlin based AI coaching startup.
January was one of the worst months in recent years for ad agencies having seen 4800 job cuts, leaving the industry with 186,000 jobs. This marked the agencies’ worst point since 2014.
Food and beverage category recorded the highest online commerce growth in the USA in 2020 in the wake of COVID-19 according to a report by eMarketer.
As news consumption trends evolve and consumers get exposed to an array of platforms that offering both free and premium content, debate has been varied on which model appeals most to consumers.
For the first time in history, China overtook the US in 2020 as the Euro Area's (EA) top trading partner.
Even as a sizeable population of US citizens embrace the 5G network hundreds of millions are still not accessing the technology.
Early when the coronavirus pandemic started, digital audio took a huge hit in user engagement and in the amount of time listeners were spending with the medium.
TV viewership in the United States declined by roughly 10 million, and 2020 ended up with 20 million fewer adults watching TV. This is according to new data from eMarketer.
A pandemic-disrupted 2020 led to even more time spent with digital media than anticipated. Data from eMarketer shows that US adults spent an average of 7 hours, 50 minutes (7:50) per day with digital last year.
As companies continue to introduce new ways to handle bullies, over half of US adults have expressed their opinions on the subject insisting that bullies should be dealt with once and for all.
In 2021, Amazon's worldwide ecommerce sales will grow by nearly 12% to $532.20 billion. That gives it a 12.1% share of the global ecommerce market.
Only 5% of remote employees want to go back into the workplace full-time, which could make for some fairly deserted office spaces.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, US adults spent 1 hour more per day on digital activities (across all devices) than they did in 2019 according to eMarketer’s latest time spent forecast from Insider Intelligence.
In the wake of the novel coronavirus, US adults spent an extra hour daily across all devices compared to what they did in 2019, the highest jump since 2020 according to the latest forecast by eMarketer.
Advertisers, publishers, and their partners are now confronting changes to the infrastructure of platforms and devices that will have significant effects on how they do business.
Social media is most likely to experience brand risk incidents in the next 12 months—second only to programmatic advertising.
US advertisers spent an extra $1.16 billion on programmatic connected TV video ads in 2020 from what they spent in 2019, with that spend expect to grow to $2.37 billion in 2021.
Rapid-fire event cancellation notices and invites to (poorly produced) virtual events littered the inboxes of B2B audiences at the start of the pandemic.
Despite a number of US marketers slashing spending on influencer marketing due to the devastating effects of COVID-19, there has been a marked interest in working with influencers.