Energy BBDO has published the results of a study conducted to find out the true impact of the new government administration in Hispanics’ shopping and spending habits. The truth couldn’t be farther from the rumors that started after the new administration: Hispanics are shopping and spending more than ever, and will likely continue to do so.
NewBase has published “The Evolving Marketer”, an online global survey among 120 CMOs in over 20 markets. In order to help companies stay on top of the game, today’s CMOs must evolve with the changing expectations of the customers and manage from branding to promotions, content creation to distribution, and data analytics to overall marketing strategies, while keeping customer satisfaction in mind at all times.
GlobalWebIndex, Publicis Media Research Results: Though 60% of Hispanics are Bilingual, 78% Prefer English on Devices
GlobalWebIndex and Publicis Media have published a dataset offering information about online behaviors, cultural preferences, and linguistic choices of Hispanic Americans. Hispanics represent 18% of the U.S. population; this data will help brands understand the segment’s complexities according to linguistics, regions, and cultural affiliations.
Salesforce revealed its Fourth Annual State of Marketing Report, which gathers 3,500 responses from full-time marketing leaders around the world. The study’s results show companies mainly compete according to customer experience, causing a shift in organizations’ priorities and raising the bar for efficiency in terms of technology use.
20% of Canada’s population is composed of ethnic consumers, and nearly half of Canadians identify with more than one ethnic group. Yet, there is not enough attention to multicultural marketing above the U.S. border.
The total US ad market has grown by 10.8% in January 2018, driven by ad spend in national television and digital platforms.
Tú Cuentas, the platform dedicated to US Hispanics’ opinions on products and services, has revealed the results of their latest study. We at Portada talked to Olga Bueno, founder and CEO, about the key findings.
UCI and MAGNA have revealed the results of their study “Marketing to the Hispanic Mindset”. In-language and in-culture video ads are more engaging for Hispanics, at times twice as effective as non-contextual targeted ads.
What are Latin American users’ favorite sports sites? How are they different? Are there among users’ priorities? The answers to these questions, according to comScore’s September 2016 rankings.
More than 80 percent of advertisers currently use data to help them manage agency relationships, especially in the area of managing media budgets according to the new survey “Using Data to Manage Agency Relationships: What’s Important to Marketers,” from the ANA (Association of National Advertisers).Data is most important and most heavily used in managing media and billing/budgets, and least important and least used in the areas of creative and production.
Mobile Ads & Social Media can trigger purchase interest and aid product discovery, according to IAB’S latest “Mobile Commerce: A Global Perspective,” a mobile users survey carried out in 19 Countries.
AppsFlyer has released its latest data study, The State of App Marketing, which aims to analyze the state of mobile app marketing in relation to how users interact with apps, how often and when they install and engage with apps and how often they use them.When it comes to setting marketing strategies involving mobile applications, it is important to consider both users’ behavior, as well as the operating system they use.
What are the ten most-visited sites and platforms in Latin America? What spots do they occupy in users’ priorities? How are views distributed? Here you’ll find the answers to those questions based on the December 2015 comScore rankings.
What are the video sites and platforms preferred by Hispanic residents in the United States? What relationship is there between content and technology? What does one have to keep in mind when planning advertising campaigns using video formats? This article will answer those questions with data from comScore’s December 2015 report. Unlike what we saw in […]
What are the most-visted retail sites by U.S. Hispanics? How do they behave when it comes to making consumption decisions? The answers to this and other questions below. The fact that the users visit retail sites doesn’t mean that they will actually make a transaction: sometimes, the inquiry isn’t directly related to an online purchase, but a […]
What: Disney is the world’s most powerful brand, measured on brand strength, thanks to Star Wars’ record-breaking success, according to Brand Finance, which just released its 2016 ranking. Despite slowing sales, Apple is the world’s most valuable brand, up 14% to US$145.9 billion. Why it matters: Shares of strongest brands, 4 of which are Chinese, tend to outperform […]
According to “The Race for the White House 2016: Registered Voters and Media and Information During the Primaries,” a new research study from the IAB Digital media has reached parity with TV as a primary information source about presidential candidates.
We recently looked into the ranking of the top 10 sites most visited by U.S. Hispanics. Very important to understand the evolution of the digital media sector is also to analyze what properties attract the majority of Hispanic online video viewers. Online video consumption is already higher than TV consumption for many segments of the Hispanic demographic. And marketers are increasingly their video advertising allocations in a big way. 4 things to keep in mind.
Our monthly unique user rankings of the top properties visited by U.S. Hispanics and the overall U.S. population provide interesting insights (besides the almost obvious fact that Google continues to lead, ha!) . 6 Things you need to know about how top destinations fared in October 2015.
Millennials, not surprisingly, play a dominant role on many of the top social media sites accounting for almost 70% of Instagram users and 61% on Twitter, according to the latest research from GfK MRI. LinkedIn has the highest median household income (approximately US$112,500) and the highest education levels among the top social media, photo, or video-sharing […]