Jed Kolko, senior fellow at the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at University of California, Berkeley, talks about the obstacles millennials face on the road to becoming homeowners.

Video is taking over mobile data in the UK, according to 2015 data. The rise of 4G may be one reason, as eMarketer estimates two in five mobile phone users in the country will watch video this year.

Digital shoppers in Canada have made mobile a part of their path to purchase, but a solid majority of sales still come from the desktop, according to research. Organic search and referral traffic are helping to drive the most transactions.

Steve Chadwick, director of marketing communications at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, told eMarketer about the company’s content strategy and results.

Shopping at brick-and-mortar stores has long been a rite of teen passage in the US—though socializing may be at least as important as the shopping itself. But teens, like millennials before them, now prefer shopping via digital channels, according to one survey.

Search engine optimization (SEO) professionals consider social shares and unique visits the most important KPIs for a piece of blog content, according to a December 2015 survey.

Nearly two-thirds of CMOs worldwide don’t currently use digital advertising to better understand the audiences within their CRM database, according to September 2015 research.

Genpact (formerly GE Capital) dedicates half of its marketing budget to content marketing. Content leader Amrita Thapara explains why.

Advertising revenues are key to the existence of much digital video content. Still, if there are too many ads playing, users will stop watching the video altogether, according to December 2015 research.

Most internet users in Germany use social networks, and juggernaut Facebook is popular in the country. But other sites are less widely used in Germany than in the nearby UK.

Many brands prefer to upload their videos directly to Facebook, according to research from quintly. YouTube videos only make up roughly one-quarter of all videos posted by brands on the social network.

Internet users in Japan who are exposed to mobile video ad campaigns have better awareness, interest and purchase intent than those who aren’t—but it helps brand metrics even more when such ads are combined with TV commercials.

Many diners have still not encountered in-restaurant tech, but that will likely change as more restaurants provide tech-enabled options. And many plan to this year, according to an October 2015 survey.

Moz, an inbound marketing tool provider, publishes at least one piece of content every day. CMO Annette Barnes Promes reveals why content is so essential to Moz's business-to-business (B2B) customer acquisition strategy and how the firm tracks and measures the success of its program.

There are significant differences in how tolerant digital video viewers in Latin America are of pre-roll ads depending on what device they’re using, with mobile viewers skipping ahead at higher rates. That’s the case even for the shortest of pre-rolls.

eMarketer estimates that Spain was home to 17.5 million people who made at least one purchase via digital channels in 2015. This year, eMarketer forecasts that figure to reach 18.5 million, with 62% of all internet users in Spain spending a collective $17.9 billion on retail ecommerce purchases.

The rise of digital and mobile video may have made an impact on the lives of viewers in Australia, but the time spent on digital video activities is still small compared to traditional TV.

ADP, an end-to-end human resources solutions provider, has shifted from its traditional direct sales model to a digital-first, content-centric marketing approach. Andy Hilton, vice president of communications, content and brand, describes those content initiatives.

When buying programmatically, there are many important factors that come into play. Being able to buy display, as well as inventory across channels via a single platform are two of the top ones, according to US media practitioners.

Consumers in South Korea bought more tablets in 2015—but mobile users in the country still have relatively few such devices compared to their neighbors across Asia-Pacific. Instead, phablets rule.