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Explains how context in ad placement has a tangible effect on how people react to advertising.

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NEW YORK: The frequency of using a particular type of media seemingly increases consumers’ trust in advertising through that channel, according to new research published in the Journal of Advertising Research (JAR).

Research Paper

Advertising is evolving rapidly as digital and mobile technologies continue to develop. These platforms offer consumers unique experiences and a diverse selection of content.

Article

Programmatic media buying threatens to compromise brand safety if not employed correctly, according to a study from the CMO Council.

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LONDON: The ability to cut down on the number of ads seen is one factor in the drift away from watching linear TV, according to research which notes the subsequent impact on ‘mental availability’.

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This paper challenges the traditional view of change as the stimulus for opportunity; it instead considers within human change and between human change as fundamental to understanding consumers in an insights and marketing capacity.

Research Paper

Academic researchers tend to use multiple items to measure a construct reliably, whereas practitioners tend to use single-item measures.

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This article provides marketers with information and guidance about how to deal with the effects of advertising clutter.

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This Viewpoint presents the results of a study into the marketing attitudes of Gen Z, which involved a quantitative survey, a qualitative survey and quantitative advertising testing.

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LONDON: Almost three quarters of Britons now associate advertising with fake news, compared to just over half of their mainland European or American counterparts, new figures show.

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This article looks at mistrust towards brands and advertising in the UK by exploring the severity of the issue, why it's happening and how brands can regain trust.

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SHANGHAI: Chinese consumers are more interested in targeted and personalised ads than their Western counterparts, according to new research – and most think advertisers are doing a better job at reaching them than previously.

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This article explores key differences between Chinese consumers and Western markets, including high ad positivity, more interest in personalisation and frustration with poor programmatic targeting.

Article

This article details how consumers respond when ads appear next to inappropriate content, based on a survey from the CMO Council and Dow Jones.

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SINGAPORE: Postr is a New Zealand start-up whose app gives rewards to users in exchange for their Android devices hosting banner ads, and the company's founder and CEO hopes the concept will make people love advertising again.

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NEW YORK: American teenagers aged 13 to 17 differ from adults aged 18+ in that they agree advertising helps them choose what to buy, a new survey has found.

Research Paper

This paper reveals the findings of a global study into the behaviours, attitudes and responses to advertising of Generation Z to help marketers understand how to effectively engage them.

Article

This event report outlines how Mastercard, the payments group, is building its brand at a time when obstacles for marketers are rising.

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NEW YORK: Brands can help mitigate the impact of "commercial zapping" – where viewers skip ads during TV shows they've recorded – by using more considered approaches to scheduling and creativity, according to a paper published in the ...

Research Paper

Television advertising-avoidance research delivers a broad range of estimates for the extent of channel switching during advertising breaks (i.e., commercial zapping).

Article

This event report explores how the advertising industry is affected by, and affecting, the UK's exit from the European Union.

Article

This article criticises Lord Justice Leveson's comments in the Leveson Report, which looks into the practices of the British press, on the trustworthiness of information found on the internet.

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This event report offers tips for brands about how to tackle ad blocking, based on research driven by Watson, IBM's cognitive-computing platform.

Research Paper

Gay and lesbian consumers increasingly are recognized as a lucrative target market. Advertisements more frequently incorporate images of gay and lesbian people; however, more research is needed to understand mainstream (heterosexual) consumer response to these advertisements.

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This article posits that marketers must take the opportunity to view consumers as an audience if they are to avoid the digital overload backlash, exemplified by widespread adblocking.