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EMarketer Daily - App Usage Inches Up in Germany

Around half of all residents ages 13 and older now own a smartphone, according to research, and 87% of those use apps regularly. Yet many consumers aren't tempted by new apps.
App Usage Inches Up in Germany

Around half of all residents ages 13 and older now own a smartphone, according to research, and 87% of those use apps regularly. Yet many consumers aren’t tempted by new apps. Read Article

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Facebook Gets Strong Majority of World's Social Ad Spending

Facebook stands tall as the largest recipient of social media advertising dollars in the world—by a long shot. eMarketer estimates that the company, which will report earnings this week, will take in more than two-thirds of social media ad revenues around the globe this year. Read Article

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Netflix Reports Churn as Subscribers Leave over Price Increase

While there were actually more US subscribers in Q2 than Q1, growth was not as fast as Netflix hoped. The issue can be attributed to an unexpected exodus of subscribers whose monthly membership rate rose from “grandfathered” rates. Read Article

Pinterest Aims to Build an Ecommerce Foothold

For brands, Pinterest is no longer just a digital bulletin board. Through a series of key updates including new analytics tools, a revised policy regarding affiliate links and the rebranding of the “Pin It” feature, the social network is determined to assert itself as a go-to marketing and ecommerce tool. According to a recent study, Pinterest is more likely to be used for shopping than other social platforms, but companies are still determining the best way to make it work for them.

Consumer Data Protection and the US Government
David King, senior manager of internal audit, risk and compliance at global accountancy firm UHY Advisors, spoke with eMarketer about the US government's efforts to get marketers to share their consumer data.
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David King
Senior Manager, Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance
UHY Advisors


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