In what will likely come as no surprise, people are spending a lot more time using apps amid the COVID-19 lockdowns around the world. According to the latest report from App Annie, daily time spent in apps on Android devices increased 20% year-over-year in Q1 2020, while consumer spending in both iOS and Android apps was also […]
Pinterest has announced the launch of a new tool called ‘Pinterest Trends’ which will provide insight into the most popular search terms on the platform over the preceding 12 months, as well data on when the top searches peak throughout the year, in order to help marketers with their campaign planning. Read full article HERE.
Are you looking for ways to improve your online marketing strategy in 2020? Want to learn more about video to see if you can make it work for your business? The team from Review42 share the stats you need to know in this infographic. They break things down as follows: The popularity of video The state of […]
For pretty much its entire history, Facebook has been afraid of losing touch with the kids. Well, maybe not since its inception, as it came to prominence by superseding former youth champ MySpace. But likely because of how it overtook MySpace as the cool place to be, Facebook knows that it too can be trumped by […]
Google Analytics is a key tool used by virtually all digital marketing managers to help maximize their online performance. Google Analytics enables you to track a range of key stats and insights related to your website performance, including total traffic, popular pages, backlinks, on-site behavior and more. Are you getting the most out of Google […]
Following a redesign in late 2017 that prompted some US users to leave the platform and stifled growth elsewhere, Snapchat is making a comeback. New features and a rebuilt Android platform are giving the social network new momentum. In its latest forecast on worldwide social network users, eMarketer has upgraded its estimates for Snapchat users […]
Native advertising duo Outbrain and Taboola have announced their intention to merge in a deal billed by the companies’ leadership as a bid to rival the likes of Amazon, Facebook and Google for ad spend. Read article here.