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EMarketer Daily - Week In Review

UK internet users click on personalized emails | For UK publishers, mobile ad blockers are a challenge | Smartphones drive France's mobile internet habits

Week's Top Articles

UK Internet Users Click on Personalized Emails
For UK Publishers, Mobile Ad Blockers Are a Challenge
Smartphones Drive France's Mobile Internet Habits
Do Companies Understand the Customer Journey?
Why Facebook Is Blocking Ad Blockers

Interview of the Week

With Fraudsters Now Faking Viewability and Video Completions, Advertisers Risk Being Gamed
Before joining programmatic advertising and audience targeting firm Dstillery as chief scientist, Claudia Perlich focused on machine learning at IBM Watson. That highly analytical and data-driven experience has proven valuable in helping Dstillery combat fraud. Perlich spoke with eMarketer about the types of fraud pervading the advertising space, and why ultimately attributing all the way down to a sale will be key to avoiding it. Read Interview
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Claudia Perlich
Chief Scientist

Chart of the Week


One in Five Commercial Emails Fails to Reach the Inbox

Landing in the inbox is the first step towards building a relationship with subscribers. This year marketers have struggled to achieve that connection. Learn more about the state of email deliverability including how email gets delivered, how to measure inbox placement and global inbox placement rates.

Download our 2016 Deliverability Benchmark Report now.

More eMarketer Articles

UK Internet Users Want Quick Resolution from Chatbots
Facebook, Instagram Are Influencers' Favorite Social Platforms
Publishers Worry Most About Viewability, Attribution
Smart Lighting, Thermostats Appeal in Great Britain


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