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Mobile Share of Online Video Views, Q1 2012-Q2 2014

Source: Ooyala [download page] Notes: Mobile now accounts for more than one-quarter of online video views, according to Ooyala’s latest report, although it likely comprises a smaller share of time spent with video given smartphone viewers’ appetite for snackable content. Nevertheless, the global data indicates that mobile’s share of video views has doubled year-over-year and […]

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Consumers’ Take on the Future of Advertising

Consumers are well aware of marketers’ increasing data collection practices and focus on audience targeting, according to new survey results from Goo Technologies. Asked in which of various ways they believe advertising will change in the next 10 years, a majority of US adults surveyed indicated that advertisers will have more personal data about consumers […]

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Smartphone Users Estimate That 1 in 6 SMS Exchanges Are With Brands

Some smartphone users are checking their devices “to obsessive levels,” says SAP in a new survey conducted by Loudhouse. On average, about two-thirds of respondents – who are aged 18-65 and hail from 12 markets – claimed to check their smartphone for new messages or activity at least every hour, with 1 in 5 doing […]

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Levels of Suspicious US Web and Mobile Traffic Ease in Q2

Source: Solve Media Notes: Some good news on the bot traffic front, as levels of suspicious web activity dropped to 45% – still a high figure, but an improvement nonetheless from the high of 61% in Q4 2013. Levels of suspicious mobile activity in the US also declined quarter-over-quarter, from 24% to 18%, the lowest […]

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Global Marketing Budget Sentiment in Q3

Source: Warc Notes: Global marketing budget optimism dipped a little quarter-over-quarter in Q3, but remains positive, with September marking the 21st consecutive month of budget improvement. Not surprisingly, marketers are most pessimistic about traditional media, with print and radio seeing the biggest budget contractions and TV mostly flat. Online and mobile, by contrast, are growing […]

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