Insider Intelligence associate analyst Christina Obolenskaya spoke with Ricky Joshi, co-founder and chief strategy officer of Saatva, on providing "accessible luxury" products to customers. Saatva sells high-end mattresses on its ecommerce platform, as well as bedding products, bed frames, and more.
On today's episode, we discuss how prepared measurement and syndication vendors are for the removal of third-party cookies and device IDs, what options advertisers have to maintain measurement and addressability, and some best practices and recommendations for both sides of the supply chain that will help them seamlessly transition to a privacy-centric future. We then talk about how connected TV (CTV) giants are holding onto new customers, YouTube's CTV ads that can move over to your smartphone, and where people prefer to watch movies. Tune in to the discussion with senior vice president of product and general manager of customer experience at Neustar Steve Silvers and eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Paul Verna.
Twitter’s brand-focused ad business is more resilient to Apple’s privacy changes: By contrast, performance ads on Facebook and Snapchat have been hurt by the decline in targeting and measurement capabilities with AppTrackingTransparency.
Snap, TikTok, and YouTube can’t escape the clamor for children’s safety online: Facebook may be taking most of the heat, but these giants faced tough questions of their own at a congressional hearing on Tuesday.
Big Tech invests heavily in sustainability as consumer and regulator concerns ramp up: Apple and Amazon announced progress toward their environmental initiatives ahead of a United Nations climate change conference.
It’s our third episode of Brand Anatomy, where we get exclusive looks inside leading brands! Today, eMarketer Briefing director Jeremy Goldman sits down with Ryan Alovis, CEO of LensDirect, to discuss how his direct-to-consumer (D2C) brand pivoted toward subscriptions to build a profitable D2C business, what marketing channels he leverages, and the benefits of being a smaller, more nimble player in the market.
The Verizon-Amazon partnership could boost connectivity for individuals in rural and remote areas, but the ecommerce behemoth will need to ramp up investments or eye smaller satellite targets to play catch up with SpaceX.
The past 18 months have been a whirlwind in retail, with consumers adapting to technology at a faster clip and retailers looking to bridge the gap between online and in-store. However, total retail sales will dip slightly in the new year before returning to pre-pandemic levels in 2023 and beyond.
Facebook earnings hint at slower growth and a challenging road ahead: While revenues surged and beat analyst estimates, executives warned that younger consumer attrition and targeting capabilities could take years to solve.
Effectively communicating with consumers has never been more challenging for marketers and advertisers. Kerri Sallusti, vice president of strategy at Data Axle, shares key insights from their recent study, and tips on how to more effectively engage target audiences.
As technology continues to accelerate and transform the financial sector, Visa saw an opportunity to reintroduce itself to the world with a campaign highlighting its role in facilitating global commerce. Watch Industry Voices: Spotlight on Financial Services with Visa executive Frederique Covington Corbett, PhD, to hear her thoughts on cryptocurrencies, "buy now, pay later," economic inclusion, and more.
The NFL has earned 14% more for broadcasters in 2021 than it did in 2020: MediaRadar data suggests there's been a resurgence in back-to-normal activities such as weekend football watch parties.
Governments told Google to take down a record amount of content in H1 2021amid a flurry of stricter internet rules.
How Pepsi’s "Cherries Wild" campaign blurred the line between advertising and content: At Advertising Week New York, panelists discussed the value of long-term partnerships when it comes to developing noteworthy, original campaigns.
Instagram will now allow users to share content through their browsers: The much-requested feature could push more Instagram usage to desktops.
On today's episode, we discuss what's next for Google Search, what it would take for advertisers to leave Facebook, regulating algorithms, how advertisers can get into gaming, restaurant robots, how to run better meetings, fun with flags, and more. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst Suzy Davidkhanian, analyst Blake Droesch, and director of forecasting at Insider Intelligence Oscar Orozco.