It was reported last week that Amazon’s revenue from ad sales nearly doubled year-on-year to $3.4bn in Q4 2018 and it comes as a new survey of digital marketers confirms that this part of its business is expected to continue to grow strongly.
Six years of continuous growth in marketing spending came to an abrupt end in Q4 2018, the latest IPA Bellwether report shows, while Enders Analysis study explores the harsh impact of Brexit on the UK ad industry.
Amazon is currently a relatively minor player in digital advertising, but that is likely to change rapidly over the next couple of years, as a new survey of top US media buyers has found they expect to double their adspend with the online retail ...
Gian M. Fulgoni, Journal of Advertising Research, Vol. 58, No. 4, 2018, pp. 390-393
This article examines marketing-mix models and how data issues are limiting marketers’ capabilities. As the Internet grew in the nineties, challenges emerged for the availability of causal data that fueled marketing-mix models, as it created difficult-to-measure touchpoints.
John Lewis, the UK department store, launched its traditional blockbuster Christmas ad yesterday, but new research from America suggests the quality of video ads is more important than budget, especially for small and medium-sized businesses.
Emma Pengelly, Event Reports, IAB UK Digital Upfronts: JCDecaux, October 2018
A recent study by specialist media consultancy, Work Research, reveals there is disparity between marketers’ desires to pursue long-term brand building strategies and the reality of allocating media money to short-term sales response channels.
Amy Rodgers, Sophie Harding, Steve Lok and Damian Ryan, WARC Webinars, October 2018
Steve Lok, global head of Martech at The Economist, Sophie Harding, trends and insights director at Mindshare, and Damian Ryan, partner at Moore Stephens, discuss findings from the recent Martech Report.
The share of adspend taken by digital media has a discernible positive relationship with company value, albeit only to a certain point, according to a study published in the Journal of Advertising Research (JAR).