Among US citizens ages 18 and older, 60% feel there should be political ad spending limits for groups not affiliated with political candidates. Only 16% think their spending should remain unlimited.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Megan Brophy, Vice President of Marketing and Brand Strategy at Abercrombie & Fitch, about the brand’s work on TikTok and the prevalence of livestream shopping in the US market.
In the US, 31% of millennials shop via mobile on weekdays while at home. That’s up 4 percentage points from 2019, while the share who do so via desktop/laptop has decreased by the same amount, to 18%. Since 2019, the shopping habits of US millennials have pivoted away from the weekends and toward mobile.
The digitally native generation does not watch TV the same way baby boomers, Gen Xers, and even millennials might. Here are five tips we picked up at NYC Advertising Week that marketers can use to engage Gen Z with TV.
Younger consumers tighten budgets and rely on rewards programs to splurge on leisure activities.
Gen Z shoppers have high standards for brands, but limited spending power: That’s why they’re gravitating toward value-oriented retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Target.
TikTok signals creators are central to its courtship of advertisers: The platform announces a number of updates, with its creator marketplace upgrades being most significant.
Hispanic Heritage Month saw many swings and misses: A powerful and growing consumer group continues to be underserved by the marketing community. What could go wrong?
Will Microsoft’s Activision deal close? The acquisition is looking shaky following a report from a UK antitrust watchdog.
Among US adults, 16% pay for a Walmart+ membership. Those subscribers skew younger: 23% of 18- to 34-year-olds pay for the premium, versus just 10% of those ages 55 to 65.
Intel on the ropes: Competition, uncertainty, and stumbling PC sales could have Intel preparing to lay off thousands of employees when it is also seeking billions of dollars in investment for new factories.
Eat, drink, and be scary: Chipotle hooks up with BeReal to bring back “Boorito” Halloween promotion.
Just 18% of US social media users are confident that Facebook protects their privacy and data, down from 27% last year. Confidence is particularly low among the oldest and youngest users surveyed, at 10% within the baby boomer generation and 18% within Gen Z.
The days of clipping coupons from booklets are long gone. Coupons, like so many other paper-based products, have gone digital. Retailers are focused on streamlining the savings experience for consumers to foster brand loyalty and punch up sales.
Hispanic consumers make up over 18% of the total US population, which equates to about 62 million people, according to the US Census Bureau’s most recent American Community Survey.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Evelyn Krasnow, CMO of Fernish, about furniture rental and how the company has succeeded in targeting younger consumers.
Google courts younger cohort with search updates: New features put bigger emphasis on visual elements to address user preferences.
At what point does a branded video game become advertising to children? The recent streak of partnerships between brands like Walmart and Spotify with Roblox are finding success but raising concerns.
TikTok ups the ante on app experience with two significant updates: Its much-longer character limit and comment dislike button should help the platform in vastly different ways.
Zooming in on young Hispanics and healthcare: We look at the US Hispanic population’s attitudes toward healthcare and what providers and marketers need to do to get the younger generation engaged.