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Blockchain: What Marketers Need to Know Now

Blockchain: What Marketers Need to Know Now

“Most interest in blockchain applications for digital advertising centers around bringing transparency to the programmatic ecosystem, which has been blasted in recent years as a murky black box plagued by fraud and shady players,” said Nicole Perrin, senior analyst at eMarketer.

via eMarketer

Digital Video Advertising Forecast for North America

Digital Video Ad Spending in North America

The amount of money committed to digital video ads during the U.S. TV Upfronts and Digital NewFronts season will reach $3.64 billion in 2018, according to new estimates from eMarketer.

via eMarketer

Why Data Privacy Rules will Disrupt Digital Advertising

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Of more than 2,500 people surveyed, 83% thought regulation was needed – and 62% believed it was on the way within the next few years. Older respondents were most in favour of Wall Street-style controls on Silicon Valley, with 62% for, in comparison with 47% of Gen X, and 44% of millennials.

via World Economic Forum

Mobile Advertising will Surpass TV During 2018

Mobile Advertising will Surpass TV During 2018

Mobile advertising will grow more than three times faster than total media this year, 23.5% vs. 6.6%. Transitioning competition from traditional to mobile formats is leading to escalating ad prices as brands vie for mobile placements.

via eMarketer

Blockchain Removes Agencies from Digital Advertising

Blockchain Removes Agencies from Digital Advertising

eMarketer estimates that 82.5 percent of U.S. digital display advertising spending will be transacted programmatically this year. Of all that programmatic spending, only a little more than half actually ends up paying for media.

via eMarketer

Digital Media Growth and Engagement Study Findings

Digital Media Growth and Engagement Study Findings

According to Nielsen data, the share of time spent with ad-supported content on platforms (such as TV, radio, smartphones, video games and tablets) for adults in 2017 was 86% — a number that’s remained relatively flat over the past decade.

via Nielsen

Fake Social Followers: Marketing Fraud Investigation

Fake Followers: Marketing Fraud Investigation

The New York attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, opened an investigation into a company that sold millions of fake followers on social media platforms, some of them copying real users’ personal information.

via The New York Times