90% of marketers are now changing their marketing approach, and 68% have also pulled advertising campaigns due to COVID 19, according to new research.
Over half of the world’s biggest brands are planning to freeze ad spend for at least 6 months in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research from the World Federation of Advertisers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to global ad prices falling across all media channels except digital video and display, according to new research.
The UK ad market is forecast to contract by £4.2bn (16.7%) this year) to £21.1bn this year due to the coronavirus lockdown and economic slump.
Google’s parent company Alphabet has revealed a 13% surge in first quarter revenue despite a “significant” hit to advertising sales as the COVID-19 crisis continues.
UK ad spend grew by 15.4% year-on-year in 2019, reaching £15.69bn, according to IAB UK’s adspend update.
The number of people that can be reached on Facebook via ads is now 2.02 billion, compared to 970 million on Instagram, 398 million on Snapchat and 386 million on twitter, according to new research.
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The coronavirus pandemic has led to cuts to all forms of marketing activity in the UK, dropping 6.1% overall, but marketers are being urged to think twice before pulling spend, according to the latest IPA Bellwether report.
Consumers trust ads placed on news sites 4 times more than on social media websites, highlighting to advertisers the importance of placing ads only on those sites viewed by consumers as a credible source, according to new research.
Keyword-based safety strategies are unduly denying brands access to vast viable ad inventories during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to new research.
People in the UK are seeking clear, no-nonsense advice and support from public institutions and brands during the Covid-19 lockdown, according to new research.
As more countries across the world impose lockdown restrictions to fight the spread on the Coronavirus, how is consumer sentiment towards brands and advertising changing? New research from Global Web Index looks at key markets across the world to uncover why people expect brands to help more and advertise less.
eMarketer has cut its outlook for global ad spending, after decreasing its ad spending forecast in China by more than 6%.
Scotland-based pet wellness brand, Bella & Duke, has appointed performance marketing agency 360 OM to run its PPC campaigns across a multi-million paid search account.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, Taboola conducted a global analysis of more than 100 women who made the headlines in 2019.
Mindshare is developing a private marketplace in the US and UK, an initiative to help LGBTQ media titles win a greater share of advertising investment, with Skyy Vodka one of the first clients to sign up.
Amazon.co.uk is the most visible¹ website overall in Google’s UK page one results when people search for consumer electronics topics such as computers, laptops, video and mobile phones according to a new study by Searchmetrics.
Ad tech company Rakuten has revamped its platform, under the new name ‘Rakuten Advertising’, combining affiliate, programmatic and lead generation technology for a more unified suite of products for brands.
Amazon is already the first place most US consumers start to research product purchases online. But now a new study shows just how hard Amazon is working to lure searchers away from Google by trying to dominate search engine results when consumers search for products.