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As the holiday shopping season approaches, brands and retailers are expanding their DIY offerings to meet consumers’ growing demands for at-home projects and thoughtful gifts.
Many luxury brands, like Peloton, have launched less-expensive offerings of their products, often done to expand the reach of brands, create awareness and scale revenues.
In response to recent consumer shifts that show a preference for same day shopping and pick-up, Google has added several features that highlight nearby products.
From telematics to agile pricing, auto insurance brands are providing today’s version of customized experiences for drivers.
As brands gear up for a unique holiday season, Wayfair and Amazon jump start early shopping with sales days to rival Black Friday.
The outlook for digital advertising is positive in 2020, with growth anticipated in several key categories.
Neiman Marcus has replaced their fall book with a digital magazine. Major brands leverage print catalogs in new ways while others shift to embrace more virtual consumer experiences.
Although delayed until 2021, the privacy changes that come with Apple’s new iOS 14 Operating System could impact campaign targeting for mobile marketers.
Shifting education models impacted back-to-school shopping, influencing what and how families purchase. Spending shifted from traditional supplies to technology and home learning products.
Multinational brands often struggle with local digital marketing strategies, but there are effective ways to optimize local outreach for engagement and sales.
By providing in-depth audience insights, tools and resources, LinkedIn is hoping to advance healthcare marketing through its new HealthCare Hub.
Whether bringing a laugh or touching hearts, puppies and babies are known for helping brands build goodwill with consumers.
Outdoor and fishing brands reel in new and diverse audiences as interest in the activity soars during COVID-19.
Facebook tests linking news subscriptions to Facebook accounts, in the social media platforms’ latest bid to make nice with publishers.
Several brands have launched voice-powered ads, as advertisers look for innovative ways to create seamless engagement with consumers.
As health insurance open enrollment approaches, insurance brands need to be ready to adapt to the impact of COVID-19 and other potentially disruptive circumstances.
Pointing to privacy concerns for Google users, Google is updating search terms reports, which may offer less transparency for advertisers.
This holiday season promises to be unusual, but past year trends and studied consumer behaviors could offer some clues leading to 2020 holiday success for digital marketers.
As consumers begin venturing into physical stores, new shopping patterns have emerged.
LinkedIn Pages has added several new features that facilitate better connection between colleagues and businesses, and could offer future targeting opportunities for marketers.