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LGBT Consumers Feel Underrepresented in Advertising

June 20, 2017

Advertisers may be missing out on the potential benefits of advertising that better represents the LGBT community, according to YouGov research. The market research firm finds that LGBT consumers are more apt than the public as a whole to respond to advertising by searching for products and services, but also wish they were represented more in ads. Read more »

Top 10 Marketing Charts of the Month – May 2017

June 7, 2017

This month's quick-hit set of top charts includes the following topics: population shares, by age bracket; media consumption trends; media advertising heavyweights; most tolerated ad types; brand behavior on social media; email innovation efforts & KPIs; B2B digital priorities; inbound marketing challenges; and programmatic's "tech tax." Read more »

Here Are The Advertising Types That Consumers Say They Tolerate the Most

May 8, 2017

We won't bury the lede: we could have titled this article, "Once More With Feeling: Consumers Prefer Ads in Traditional Media." And we almost did. For whatever reason, consumers just seem to tolerate legacy media ads more than online ones. We've seen it before, and a recent study from Kantar Media [download page] is the latest to add to that body of research. Read more »

The US Out-of-Home Ad Market Continued to Grow Last Year

April 11, 2017

US out-of-home advertising revenues increased by 3.1% last year to reach $7.6 billion, per the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA). While the growth rate for 2016 didn't match the 2015 figure of 4.6%, out-of-home advertising has now grown for 27 consecutive quarters. Read more »

Transparency Tops List of Media Planners’ Online Ad Concerns

February 21, 2017

Ad blocking is a concern for media planners, but it doesn't elicit quite the same level of worry as other more pressing issues, according to a survey from the Digital Place Based Association (DPAA). In its survey of 336 agency planners employed at full-service, media services and digital ad agencies, the DPAA found that the vast majority (86%) are concerned about transparency. Read more »

2017 Marketing Budget Trends, by Channel

February 13, 2017

Which channels are marketers going to be investing more - and less - in this year? A review of studies from Econsultancy [download page] and Gartner offers a window into marketers' plans for this year. Hint: social media marketing appears to be ripe for further spending, and enthusiasm around content marketing remains healthy. Read more »

Top 10 Marketing Charts of the Month – January 2017

February 10, 2017

This month's quick-hit set of top charts includes the following topics: traditional TV viewing trends; advertising to Gen Z; social media's purchase influence; e-commerce and m-commerce popularity; adoption of voice-enabled digital assistants; business trust and buzz; top influence marketing goals; most effective content types; and B2B customer marketing activities. Read more »

US Ad Spend Trends, by Medium, in 2016

February 6, 2017

In many ways, the final ad spending figures for 2016 demonstrated a continuation of previous trends, although there were some intriguing results mixed in, according to a review of figures recently released by Standard Media Index (SMI). Digital kept growing and print kept declining, but there were some indications of a shift away from digital and towards TV. Read more »

Global Out-of-Home Ad Revenues Post Strongest Growth Since ’07

January 24, 2017

US out-of-home advertising revenues have been on the rise in recent years, and those increases are being seen on a global level too. New data from PQ Media indicates that out-of-home (OOH) ad revenues increased by 6.2% last year, the fastest rate since 2007. Read more »

Top 20 B2C Marketing Charts of 2016

January 23, 2017

From digital ad benchmarks to traditional media outlooks and the customer experience, our collection of 2016's top B2C marketing charts (we're breaking out B2B into its own deck this year - stay tuned) showcases some macro trends running through the industry while also paying heed to some of the more effective tactics being used by marketing professionals. Read more »