It's been a while coming, but click-to-open (CTO) rates on mobile devices look to be finally matching those on desktops, according to the latest quarterly report [download page] from Yesmail Interactive. The convergence owes more to plummeting rates on desktops than big increases on mobiles, though.
The use of social media marketing by small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in the US continues to grow, according to new data released by BIA/Kelsey. In its latest survey of 1,000 SMBs, more than three-quarters (77.6%) reported using social media to promote their businesses, up from 73.2% last year.
Used by almost 9 in 10 respondents, email marketing is the most popular channel used by B2B marketers to acquire customers, according to The State of Pipeline Marketing Report 2016 [download page] from Bizible. The report - based on a survey of more than 360 marketers, 90% of whom are B2B-focused - also shows that social media and content marketing are currying favor with B2B marketers.
In the US, growth in existing mobile application launches is significantly outpacing growth in app installs, according to an Adobe Digital Insights report examining the finance, travel, automotive, shopping and media and entertainment sectors. The data is a further reminder that the growth in mobile app time benefits some more than others.
Fully 28% of households now have just one person living in them, more than double the rate from 1960 (13%), reports the US Census Bureau. As a result of continued shifts in household types and family dynamics, the average household size is 2.53 this year, down from 3.3 some 50 years ago.