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Q3 2016 Research Recap

Your quarterly roundup of the most popular content you may have missed in Q3 2016.

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eMarketer Research Highlights: Q3 2016

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Below is a glimpse of the most popular eMarketer research you may have missed in Q3 2016.

In this Recap

1. Article: US Digital Ad Spending to Surpass TV this Year
2. Article: Worldwide Retail Ecommerce Sales Will Reach $1.915 Trillion This Year
3. Article: What Video Ad Length Is Best on Facebook?
4.    Report (For PRO Customers only): Digital Ad Pricing: CPMs and Pricing Trends for Display, Video and Social Ads Served Worldwide
5.    Report (For PRO Customers only): Snapchat Advertising: A Roadmap for US Brand Marketers and Digital Agency Executives
6.    Report (For PRO Customers only): Global Digital Ad Spending by Industry 2016: A Country-By-Country Look

Article

US Digital Ad Spending to Surpass TV this Year

It’s no secret advertisers are flocking to digital at the expense of traditional formats. But the latest data shows the shift accelerating faster than expected in the US. Read More »

Article

Worldwide Retail Ecommerce Sales Will Reach $1.915 Trillion This Year

In 2016, total retail sales across the globe will reach $22.049 trillion, up 6.0% from the previous year. eMarketer estimates sales will top $27 trillion in 2020, even as annual growth rates slow over the next few years. Read More »

Article

What Video Ad Length Is Best on Facebook?

It might be easy to assume that the shorter the video ad, the better the completion rate. But maybe things change when it’s on a social platform. Read More »

Report

Digital Ad Pricing: CPMs and Pricing Trends for Display, Video and Social Ads Served Worldwide

With input from 35 companies, this report provides a visual overview of trends in display, video and social media ad pricing based on Q1 2016 data, both in the US and worldwide.

Report

Snapchat Advertising: A Roadmap for US Brand Marketers and Digital Agency Executives

In its first five years, Snapchat has attracted millions of users and several big brand advertisers, but also criticism of its initial ad offerings, which only debuted last year. The company’s actions over the past several months have largely changed those opinions, and ad dollars are starting to rush in.

Report

Global Digital Ad Spending by Industry 2016: A Country-By-Country Look

Marketers around the world are funneling an increasing amount of their ad budgets into digital channels. But that’s just the beginning of the story. Market forces and consumer behaviors are unique to each of the 22 countries examined in this report.

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