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More than two in five people (43 per cent) say they keep less hard cash in their pockets than they did two years ago, according to new research.
Ahead of this years' ‘Singles day’ shopping spree next month, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba gathered 80 top Chinese and international fashion and lifestyle brands in Shanghai to pull off an interactive, large-scale fashion show.
The growth of digital marketing has helped UK ad spend beat expectations for 2016, but Brexit has led to lower forecasts in 2017, according to new figures.
Smartwatch shipments declined by 51.6% year-on-year, suggesting that consumers are not ready for connected timepieces just yet, according to new research.
Google is now using a machine learning technology called RankBrain to help deliver its search results. This infographic looks at 8 facts behind the new AI-powered search tool.
eBay Advertising has launched a new that will transform targeting on the site, allowing brands to identify shoppers who are in a specific mood and serve them the most relevant ads.
Video inventory management platform SpotX and video discovery and distribution platform Vemba have partnered on a product suite that manages the syndication and monetisation of premium video content.
Jessops is driving sales of its photobook service with an online campaign targeting people wanting to capture memories of significant life events.
Vistaprint Digital has launched a website builder that allows small businesses to create an online presence that rivals big-budget competitors.
Unilever oral care brand Signal Pepsodent is using Facebook chatbots to encourage kids to brush their teeth.
Spanish telecoms operator Movistar+ has signed an agreement with Kantar Media to design, deploy and manage a proprietary audience measurement service.
Shutterstock Editor features include professionally designed templates and the ability to upload personalized visual content such as a logo or business image, save designs for editing later, and publish finished designs to social networks are now available from within the application.
Digital marketers will play a greater role in business, getting a more prominent say in decisions made at the top level of firms, according to new research.
Baby care brand Johnsons has laucnhed a YouTube channel with over 100 videos across 12 categories, amid a sharp rise in searches for parenting advice.
Dropbox has appointed Carolyn Feinstein as its new Chief Marketing Officer, leading the cloud storage firm’s global marketing organisation.
Donald Trump’s email marketing campaign is outperforming Hillary Clinton’s by 12.9 points to 11.0 across six separate marketing parameters, fuelling the surge in small-dollar donations to the Republican candidate, according to new research.
For the second consecutive quarter, less than half of online ads served in the UK met minimum viewability thresholds – costing advertisers around £154 million, based on IAB/PwC’s Adspend figures published last week.
WPP's programmatic company, Xaxis, has created an infographic identifying the seven types of shoppers this Christmas.
Google is taking on Skyscanner with a new feature that alerts mobile users to the best times to get a good deal.
The annual cost of fraud and cybercrime in the UK is £10.9bn – the equivalent of £210 per adult, according to new research.
A new division that aims to improve the creative quality of ads served programmatically, in turn improving people’s experience with online ads, is being launched by ad tech firm RadiumOne.
UK consumers are more annoyed by online ads than their European counterparts, according to a report from Adobe.
Apple's long-rumoured smart car project could be ditched, as hundreds of members of the team working on it have left or been reassigned, according to a news report.
The rapid pace of digital change is leaving most marketers feeling overwhelmed, with Brits suffering from more tech-induced anxiety than their European counterparts, according to new research.
Clothing retailer Absolute Cult, which prints Star Wars, Marvel Comics and Disney garments, is launching a new consumer website with SpinMe’s imaging technology following successful shop fronts on Amazon and eBay.
UK government spy agencies broke privacy rules by collecting large amounts of UK citizens' data without adequate oversight, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ruled.
With the inexorable rise of online influencers, apple tree communications launches its latest Social Scene report, uncovering those individuals that wield most influence in social channels.
More than half of all UK employees feel that management don’t listen to their ideas about change and innovation in the workplace, lagging behind European counterparts, according to new research.
With Christmas less than 70 days away, Facebook has provided an infographic to help marketers get their strategies in place for the biggest spending spree of the year.
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