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Q2 2016 Research Recap

Check out some of the most popular eMarketer research you may have missed in Q2 2016.

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eMarketer Research Highlights: Q2 2016

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Below is a glimpse of the most popular eMarketer research you may have missed in Q2 2016.

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1. Article: For Social Media Marketers, Facebook Produces the Best ROI
2. Article: In Three Years, Analytics and Big Data Skills Will Be Most in Demand
3. Article: Snapchat to Grow 27% This Year, Surpassing Rivals
4.    Report (For PRO Customers): The New Display Ad Tech Stack: A Simple Guide to a Complex Topic
5.    Report (For PRO Customers): Global Social Platforms 2016: A Country-by-Country Review of Social Network Usage
6.    Report (For PRO Customers): The Changing Path to Purchase: What It Means to Add Mobile to the Mix

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For Social Media Marketers, Facebook Produces the Best ROI

Nearly all social media marketers worldwide believe Facebook produces the best ROI and is essential to social media marketing success, a March 2016 survey revealed. Read More »

Article

In Three Years, Analytics and Big Data Skills Will Be Most in Demand

Digital expertise in security, as well as web and mobile development, were most in demand for executives in the US and Europe during Q4 2015, according to research. Within a few years, competency in analytics and big data will be a more crucial skill needed. Read More »

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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 More »

Report

The New Display Ad Tech Stack: A Simple Guide to a Complex Topic

Comfort with technology is no longer a mandate for just IT departments and advertising operations teams. The rise of programmatic advertising, the proliferation of new devices to advertise on and the promise of using new forms of data to improve ad experiences have publishers and media buyers desperately trying to make sense of the ever-expanding advertising technology options.

Report

Global Social Platforms 2016: A Country-by-Country Review of Social Network Usage

With every passing year, social networking plays a more essential role in the digital lives of consumers worldwide, but the platforms they use differ by country and demographic. This report examines usage of the leading social networks in Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, and North America.

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The Changing Path to Purchase: What It Means to Add Mobile to the Mix

As mobile usage becomes ubiquitous, the path to purchase is becoming less defined. Shoppers are always connected, well-informed and often quick to convert both digitally and in-store. The traditional shopping phases still exist, but once smartphones are introduced, behavior shifts.

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