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EMarketer Daily - Fraudulence--and Viewability--Higher in Programmatic Digital Display Ads in France

In Q1 2016, programmatic digital display ads in France were notably more likely to fall victim to fraudulent impressions. That doesn’t seem to be stopping advertising from investing in programmatic, however.
 
 

Fraudulence—and Viewability—Higher in Programmatic Digital Display Ads in France
 

In Q1 2016, programmatic digital display ads in France were notably more likely to fall victim to fraudulent impressions. That doesn’t seem to be stopping advertising from investing in programmatic, however. Read Article

 
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Snapchat to Grow 27% This Year, Surpassing Rivals
 

In the battle among the social networks to attract new users, 2016 will be a banner year for Snapchat. It will grow its user base by double digits, pulling ahead of Twitter and Pinterest in the US for the first time, according to eMarketer’s latest forecast on mobile messaging apps. And the gap will only widen through 2020. Read Article

 
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US Auto Industry Is in the Middle of Robust Digital Ad Spending Growth
 

Ad spending on paid digital media by the US automotive industry will hit $8.71 billion in 2016, up 17.3% year over year. This figure will climb to $14.14 billion by 2020, for a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.7% from 2015 to 2020. While growth will begin to taper off this year, the industry’s share of US digital spending is expected to rise throughout the forecast period. Read Article

 
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eMarketer’s US Sharing Economy Forecast: Growth in Number of Users Gradually Slowing
 

eMarketer estimates that 12.5% of adult internet users in the US will use a sharing economy service in 2016. There has been rapid expansion of these services over the past several years, largely due to the growth of lodging services such as Airbnb and, above all, transportation services such as Uber. But down the line, the bulk of new users will come from other parts of the sharing economy.

 
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Facebook Messenger Has Room to Grow as Marketing Platform
 
Tony Valado, vice president of multibrand marketing at 1-800-Flowers, spoke about how the flower delivery company is experimenting with Facebook Messenger for business.
 
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Tony Valado
Vice President, Multibrand Marketing
1-800-Flowers.com
 
 


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