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Admap, June 2019

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Products worth almost $250 billion were sold last year through WeChat, the Chinese messaging app, more than double the year before.

News

TikTok owner ByteDance has launched a new payment tool as it expands its e-commerce business and takes on the two market leaders in China’s mobile payment sector.

News

As expected, UK marketing budgets continued to decline into Q4 2020, though less sharply than in Q3, but with recovery on the horizon, marketers are echoing consumer sentiments of macro gloom while also being more positive about the prospects for the

News

Tubi, the streaming service owned by Fox, reported a sharp rise in viewership during 2020 and a near doubling of streaming hours; it now has 33 million monthly active users.

Article

Research by InSites Consulting has uncovered shifting consumer attitudes towards issues around sustainability.

News

Procter & Gamble, the consumer packaged goods manufacturer, believes that a variety of habits that have taken root during the COVID-19 pandemic will have long-term staying power.

News

Coverage of Apple’s nascent automobile interests has tended to focus on these vehicles' purported autonomy.

News

Consumers stuck at home during lengthy lockdowns are turning to familiar brands for consolation, judging by trading results from the UK’s Premier Foods, the maker of Mr Kipling cakes and Bisto gravy.

News

As streaming enters the mainstream of sports viewing, a new paper anticipates that fans will increasingly subscribe to a handful of services, expecting the ability to switch plans on and off as needed.

Opinion

WARC's Cathy Taylor interviews political strategist Mark Penn on what the recent presidential election in the US really says about Americans.

News

All advertising will ultimately incorporate “some form of digital” component in the future, Marc Pritchard, Procter & Gamble’s chief brand officer, has predicted.

News

China’s culture of long working hours is again under criticism following the recent deaths of several tech company employees, but there are signs that a younger generation is fighting back.

Article

Procter & Gamble, the consumer packaged goods manufacturer, believes that a variety of habits that have taken root during the COVID-19 pandemic will have long-term staying power.

News

Investors in advertising giant Omnicom and the home improvement retailer Home Depot are calling for investigations into whether the companies may have paid for digital ads that appeared alongside hate speech and misinformation.

News

Just over half the people who have had to work from home (WFH) during the pandemic say it suits them well, finds a major survey in India.

News

There is strong link between inspiration and brand growth, according to a study by Wunderman Thompson, with inspiring brands able to grow their market share faster and to charge higher prices for their products and services.

News

Major oil companies, suffering weaker demand for fuel during the pandemic, are finding that an uptick in grocery sales at their network of service stations world-wide is helping pick up the revenue slack.

News

Up to a quarter of online shoppers in KSA and UAE are new to the experience and started as a result of the pandemic.

Data

An overview of the growth in consumption per user of major social apps in 2020.

Article

A longitudinal qualitative study by Blue Marble Research has been running since May 2020 seeking to understand the financial impact of the pandemic on UK households.

Article

As the number of specialist skills and diversity in the marketing team grows, this article looks at how leaders can build an inclusive and cohesive culture where everyone is pulling in the same direction.

News

Documents reviewed by The New York Times provide some evidence that Facebook shelved a competitor product in return for preferential terms in a deal to join a Google-led ad auction alliance nicknamed Jedi Blue.

News

January is usually a boom time for gyms, but coronavirus restrictions mean many remain closed across the US, prompting a majority (59%) of American adults to say they won’t renew their subscriptions while a trend for home-based exercise grows.

News

Fear of going out, more local living, increasingly digitally connected lives and a new focus on data privacy provide the context marketers will be working in during 2021 – and all this in a polarised society, adds the annual Carat Trends report.

News

‘Smart brevity’ newsmonger Axios is planning to diversify its revenue beyond supplying information: by selling its bullet-pointed in-depth short-form style as a service.