Some 27% of company marketers agree that they are mobile-first organizations, up from 19% last year and 13% the year before, new research [download page] from Econsultancy and Adobe has found. Based on a survey of more than 4,000 marketing, digital and e-commerce professionals (96% of whom are based outside North America), the study reveals that most (62%) company marketers believe that mobile devices will deliver a majority of their digital traffic within the next 12 months.
Almost two-thirds (62%) of American adults feel that it's likely the US will be a cashless society in their lifetime, reports Gallup in recent survey results. Separate results from the study indicate that Millennials will be leading the charge to a cashless society.
Doctors - at least in Europe - have concerns about the potential for consumers to misinterpret digital health data and for digital health tools to fuel hypochondria. But failure to adopt these tools and the data they generate risks leaving doctors alienated, according to Adobe Digital Insights (ADI), which points to survey results showing consumers' comfort using apps for self-diagnosis.
Having an email be opened is one thing - and a challenge in its own right. But what happens next? Are emails typically read, skimmed or just glanced at? A new report [download page] from IBM Marketing Cloud examines such engagement metrics based on a review of campaigns sent by a subset of its clients.