There is nothing more alluring than a glimpse of a new piece of content on our feed. Stay-at- home orders have us binge-watching classics and scrolling through the familiar dashboards of Netflix & Hulu more than ever. The concept of
Join us for our second Virtual Summit on June 4th at 1:30 ET/ 10:30 PT as we navigate the current state of digital marketing. This virtual summit will discuss how COVID-19 is affecting marketers and businesses. Industry leaders will participate
Since mid-March, the cost of inventory on Facebook & Instagram has dropped an estimated 10% to 20% across all verticals. This was a result of advertisers being forced to pull back rapidly as stay-at-home orders closed shop for several industries.
While many industries have taken hard hits during the worldwide pandemic, there have been a few that have managed to maintain or even see growth during this unprecedented time. Looking at online shopping trends of consumers over the past few
Since March 2020 when the Coronavirus was declared a pandemic, Google has reacted quickly by rolling out new search features to mitigate the spread of false information related to COVID-19. In addition to this, the majority of Page 1 visibility
The Big Picture Google recently announced a dramatic change to its product search offering - free product listings will now be featured in google shopping. Beginning next week, users will be able to browse a mix of both paid and free
Amazon. We all know this legendary online retailer sweeping the nation. Consumers continuously choose this growing giant as their go-to resource when they’re ready to buy. In fact, a study from BloomReach found that in 2016, 55% of consumers started