3D printing is the most promising technology, according to one metric, while the metaverse is one of the least promising.
Disney tops this latest list, while Amazon drops out of the top 10.
But… the types of categories where they see an impact from these ads are based in stereotypes.
There’s a big jump in ownership starting at age 12, and again at age 14.
Tech companies are also popular, being the leading type among the 25-34 and 35-44 age brackets.
Millennials’ share of US household wealth, while small, has jumped recently.
7 in 10 male consumers surveyed claim to have heard of NFTs, compared to 43% of female respondents.
The median post engagement rate on Instagram across all industries analyzed is 0.67%.
Fewer than 4 in 10 US adults are familiar with the metaverse.
Fewer than half of Gen Zers are satisfied with their interactions with retail companies.
Consumers are increasing their focus on the necessities.
Technology companies are considered the most trustworthy globally.
Video game content sales dropped by 7% year-over-year.
Not surprisingly, marketers are most bullish about digital media budgets, and are also enthusiastic about their effectiveness.
Almost 9 in 10 B2B buyers report having watched video in the last 3 months for the purpose of learning about a product or service.
Out-of-home advertising revenues grew by 38% year-over-year in Q3.
Most new movers have purchased furniture and TVs within 12 months of moving.
Some 40% of internet users own an Amazon Smart Speaker.