In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," we're joined by InMobi's chief technology officer, Ravi Krishnaswamy, to talk about the changing mobile advertising landscape and the ways that data can be used.
In today's episode of "Behind the Numbers," we're talking about the scandal that wouldn't die: Cambridge Analytica. Why does it still haunt Facebook and what might come next?
The 2018 retail holiday season was exceptionally strong, with the highest growth rates for brick-and-mortar and ecommerce sales since 2011. Online spending performed noticeably better than the industry’s already optimistic expectations.
Amazon abruptly announced it won't be building a huge facility in New York City, citing local political opposition to the plan. In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," we'll look at the growing dynamic of consumer wariness of big tech, and what it could mean for the major players in the months ahead.
In this Valentine's Day edition of "Behind the Numbers," we're digging into the data of love: How do people shop and spend on Valentine's Day gifts? How has the internet affected dating? And what are the risks of trying to find romance online?
Instagram Stories is increasingly popular with social media marketers. Last year, one in three Instagram posts containing "#ad" was a story, according to a study by Klear.
Walmart, which overtook Apple last year to become the third-largest US etailer, is widening the gap with Apple. Walmart’s ecommerce sales will grow nearly 33% this year to $27.81 billion.
In today's edition of "Behind the Numbers," we're discussing digital grocery shopping. A new report shows increasing consumer demand and strong growth ahead, but the sector has been slower to catch on than many have predicted.
New data looking at consumer shopping habits finds there are many reasons why people prefer to shop digitally—and many reasons why they don’t.
Across a variety of categories, US shoppers say they prefer to make purchases in-store rather than through digital channels, according to a new report from Market Track. But when it comes to shopping (as opposed to actually buying) preferences, the results swing in a different direction.
Millennials’ propensity for digital usage carries over to their shopping. And it exposes them to plenty of digital advertising, about which they have mixed feelings—especially since online reviews are an appealing alternative source of information.
This year will mark a major milestone in the world of advertising. For the first time, digital ad spending in the US will exceed traditional ad spending, according to eMarketer’s latest forecast. By 2023, digital will surpass two-thirds of total media spending.
Every week on eMarketer’s “Behind the Numbers” podcast, we take a few minutes to discuss some of the most intriguing headlines of the past seven days. This week, we're chatting about friction over Apple's news subscription service, a possible way for VR to gain traction, and the hunt for a new kind of unicorn.
Maturing direct-to-consumer brands struggling to scale social channels find a cost-effective solution in TV ads.
In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," senior analyst Nicole Perrin digs into her recent research into ad fraud. How big a problem is ad fraud, and where are the greatest vulnerabilities?
Some marketers turn to data scientists as they look to improve their ad measurement and digital attribution capabilities.
Greater disposable income, easier automation, and a desire to research products and prices drive men’s paths to purchase via smart speaker more than women's.
Technology is the means to transformation, not an end in itself. Rigid internal structures impede many organizations' digital transformation efforts.
The global ecommerce market is in a state of both expansion and consolidation. More consumers than ever before are buying digitally, and worldwide retail ecommerce sales are rising. At the same time, major international players like Amazon and Alibaba are widening their reach by buying up smaller local platforms, especially in burgeoning ecommerce markets.
While Congress considers several proposed bills to avert a shutdown over budgetary battles, hundreds of thousands of federal workers–many of whom live paycheck-to-paycheck or close to it–face the possibility of a second painful round of temporarily going without a paycheck for an undetermined length of time.