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Top Brands Ranked by Customer Loyalty

Source: Brand Keys Notes: Amazon, Apple, YouTube and What’s App are among this year’s brand loyalty leaders, finds Brand Keys in its latest annual survey that ranks customer engagement and loyalty for 721 brands across 65 categories. Those brands were among the ones most likely to meet consumer expectations for their respective categories, with Amazon […]

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Enterprise-Class Advertisers’ CTRs, by Channel and Device, in Q3

Source: Marin Software [download page] Notes: Smartphones have the highest click-through rates across search, social and display ads, finds Marin Software in a review of the Q3 performance of enterprise-class marketers who spend in excess of $1 million annually on paid search, social and display channels. When it comes to conversion rates, though, desktops reign […]

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How Brands Are Falling Short With Consumers

Almost 9 in 10 consumers want more meaningful relationships with brands, yet fewer than 1 in 5 believe brands are delivering on that wish, details Edelman in its second annual “brandshare” report. The study, based on surveys of 15,000 consumers in 12 countries who have had some level of engagement with brands, also finds that […]

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In the US, Ad Spending on Mobile Now Tops Desktop Banners

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) have teamed up to release their latest US internet advertising revenue report [pdf], with this latest edition covering activity in the first half of the year. The study details the continued growth of mobile ad spending, which comprised almost one-quarter (23%) of total online ad spend. That […]

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Which Media Budgets Are Being Used to Fund Increased Mobile Ad Spend?

Source: Advertiser Perceptions Notes: Mobile advertising spending is growing apace, but are these budgets incremental or coming from other sources? According to a new report from Advertiser Perceptions, print budgets are most susceptible to cannibalization, as 41% of respondents (all representing large advertisers and all with some involvement in mobile advertising) are using these budgets […]

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