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  • The proportion of clicks on Google paid-search ads originating from smartphones increased significantly between the third quarter of 2016 and the third quarter of 2017, according to recent research from iProspect.

  • The success of a direct marketing campaign depends, to varying degrees, on your list, your offer, and your creative. Getting those three things to work together in sync—in online and offline channels—will explode your results. Here's an overview, in interview format, of the fundamentals of direct marketing.

  • A group of affluent consumers in the United States has a significant impact on sales across all categories and strongly influences other consumers' buying behavior, according to recent research from Ipsos.

  • Why consider an omnichannel advertising campaign? Because 91% of businesses experience greater customer retention rates after adopting an omnichannel strategy, according to today's infographic. Check it out to see how omnichannel can help you and how you can get started.

  • Most major e-commerce sites in the United States are now using Facebook's advertising retargeting options, according to recent research from Nanigans.

  • The US television audience for the 2017-2018 season consists of 304.5 million viewers and 119.6 million households, according to recent research from Nielsen.

  • Customers today have seemingly contradictory demands: super-fast websites and immersive experiences. Web publishers would be wise to optimize their image-based assets, lest they lose visitors—and revenue—to slow pageload speeds.

  • The digital ad market in the United States is largely a duopoly controlled by Google and Facebook, according to recent research from eMarketer.

  • Facebook recently introduced new features that help advertisers garner more return on their social media advertising investments. These three features, especially, are worth a try.

  • Today's consumers connect with brands through more channels and devices than ever before. And though many companies have some process in place to measure marketing ROI, few are doing it right. What do you need to know to get right?

  • Google ads are a competitive space. Check out this infographic for seven tips—with supporting data—to help you get the best ROI on your ads.

  • With 2 billion monthly active users on Facebook, the question is no longer whether you should advertise on the platform—but how. Here are four types of Facebook retargeting that can help you increase e-commerce revenue.

  • With so many targeting options for Facebook and Instagram ads, figuring out the combination that will give you the best results can be a challenge. Today's infographic clearly illustrates all the targeting choices to help you find your ideal audience.

  • Google is releasing its own ad blocker for Chrome in 2018. What does that mean for marketers? The ad-blocking phenomenon is complex and can put a crimp in your ad plans, but this infographic explains what's going on and what marketers should be aware of.

  • When corporations mess up, the online outrage and media recrimination seem devastating. But, these days, the result is often increased brand awareness. What does a business have to do to really fail?

  • Procter & Gamble is the company that spent the most on advertising in the United States during the first quarter of 2017, according to recent research from Kantar Media.

  • Exposing consumers to digital ad campaigns multiple times increases brand awareness and purchase intent, but the benefits diminish after a certain point, according to recent research from Nielsen.

  • Today's infographic explores three perils of programmatic ad buying and explains how to make sure your brand is safe, your ads are viewable, and your reputation is safe from fraudsters.

  • It's a multibillion-dollar problem that's shaking the confidence of thousands of marketing decision-makers. But what is it, exactly, and why is it leaving CMOs fed up and frustrated?

  • Most adult consumers in the United States still prefer to shop in physical retail stores rather than online, according to recent research from Walker Sands Communications.