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Podcast use was humming along as a favorite commuter activity, then the pandemic hit and podcast services adapted to the new normal.
Despite a recent surge in desktop use, mobile engagement remains a priority for businesses, as several brands release mobile-friendly activations.
Recent comments from government officials indicate that TikTok could be banned in the U.S.
The advertiser boycott campaign of Facebook includes more than 400 advertisers.
Ecommerce options are evolving across platforms as shoppers increasingly move their buying online.
The travel industry has been one of the most impacted industries during COVID-19, and now that summer is here, CVBs are amplifying their efforts to make travel safe.
School in the fall will likely look different because of ongoing coronavirus precautions, and brands are pivoting to meet the new challenges.
In a move to compete with ecommerce giants like Amazon, Google is swapping paid ads from shopping search results to free product listings.
Despite the mixed results of search engine start-ups in the Google era, Neeva is poised to take off as a different approach to search.
The FCC ruled on manual dialing for brands that use automated text message platforms.
As TikTok continues to see growth across its platform, the app has introduced a new way for brands to broaden their reach and incorporate the social platform into future marketing efforts.
The streaming industry continues to evolve with subscriber growth impacted both by Covid-19 and new players in the over-the-top market.
Google launches Keen, an app for friends and family to share their interests, and a possible rival for Pinterest.
Legacy brands representing common pantry staples are experiencing heightened popularity and relevance turning a time of turmoil into opportunity to acquire new customers and build brand loyalty.
To keep up with the growing competition, mayonnaise brands are innovating to capture the changing taste preferences of consumers.
Consumers aren’t all in agreement about how brands should respond to protests, but they don’t believe they should be silent.
In light of evolving awareness recently raised by nationwide racial justice protests, several CPG brands consider changing their branding.
Facebook recently announced a major voting information effort that includes the ability to opt out of political ads.
Snapchat recently unveiled a slew of updates including an action bar that should make navigation easier for new users.
Many ice cream brands have launched fun campaigns to get kids — and adults — in the mood for everyone’s favorite summer treat.