Coronavirus Week 7: UK spending on children’s entertainment and jewellery begins to fall, B2B industry starting to suffer
Spending by UK consumers on children’s entertainment has fallen by 58% in the last week, despite riding high the previous two weeks, as UK consumers are beginning to batten down the hatches and settle in to the new normal, according to new research.
Twitter CEO and founder Jack Dorsey is committing 28% of his personal wealth to coronavirus relief through his philanthropic fund.
Almost half (42%) of UK consumers want ads to make them feel more informed during the COVID-19 pandemic, but only 5% of Brits would like brands to pause their advertising altogether, according to new research.
Partnership enables advertisers and publishers to put in place Coronavirus brand suitability protections for video content
To offer its support to the manufacturing community during the coronavirus crisis, InfinityQS has announced it will offer free use of its Quality Intelligence platform, Enact, for three months.
Over two-fifths (41%) of UK consumers are delaying major purchasing decisions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with white goods, cars and properties being the top purchases being delayed.
Advertisers shouldn’t have an all or nothing approach during the Coronavirus outbreak, instead they need to refine the precision of brand safety and communicate more with publishers to use more contextual solutions, according to new research.
Covid-19 outbreak: Google releases global location data to help health authorities monitor local behaviour
Google has publicly released a series of COVID-19 Community Mobility Maps, utilising location history data from users around the world to present insights into how people are moving around local communities.
Parcel locker provider InPost has seen the use of its lockers triple in March compared to February as social distancing measures drive customers and small businesses to use the contact-free service to send parcels.
Procter & Gamble has teamed up with social media influencer Charli D'Amelio to promote a different kind of dance challenge: the "distance dance."
Wikipedia is the most visible website in Google’s organic search results globally, but YouTube is catching up very fast according to new research.
Customers care more about strong tech than good interest rates when it comes to choosing a bank, according to new research.
Many businesses are not confident that they will survive the economic impact of the lockdown, according to new research.
Ecommerce revenues and conversions for Food, Electronics and Home goods have seen a rise due to the impact of Covid-19, while the hardest hit verticals have seen a 15% decrease in revenues, according to new research.
Around 87% of business owners say their businesses are hurting from the coronavirus, according to WalletHub’s new Coronavirus Small Business Survey.
One-third of US advertisers have cancelled at least one campaign before it started in response to the pandemic, according to new research.
Mobile video ads in the UK are ahead of the global average for viewability and time spent, but display ads lag slightly behind, according to new research.
With more people than ever working from home, email open rates have increased by 25% week-on-week, according to new research.
To help combat the spread of false information, search experience cloud company Yext is today announcing a collaboration with the State of New Jersey to deliver to its citizens accurate, up-to-date information about COVID-19 with a new online information hub.
UK newspapers are set to lose as much as £50m in online advertising revenue as brands use so-called blacklists to prevent their ads appearing next to stories about coronavirus.
People in the UK are seeking clear, no-nonsense advice and support from public institutions and brands during the Covid-19 lockdown, according to new research.
Advertisers and agencies want more direct ways to purchase premium inventory as supply path optimisation (SPO), brand safety and transparency issues continue to be a concern, according to new research.