Mobile Marketer shares insights from Criteo's Q3 2018 Global Commerce Review, revealing that the share of U.S. retail sales from smartphones grew 14 percent in Q3 2018 as shoppers continue to migrate toward mobile commerce.
Forbes features findings from Criteo's Q3 2018 Global Commerce Review, noting that mobile transactions continue to grow globally, especially when retailers promote their apps.
Greg Archibald, EVP, Americas, explores how shoppers have embraced the omnishopping experience and mobile transactions, highlighting key actions for winning over omnishoppers during the holiday season.
According to Criteo's Q3 2018 Global Commerce Review, mobile transactions represented 63 percent of all transactions globally among retailers that actively promoted their shopping apps.
MarketingCharts explores how marketers are allocating their budgets, showing data from Criteo that indicates 16 percent of marketing budgets are being allocated to paid display, with 41 percent of that part being used for retargeting.
JB Rudelle, CEO, discusses how the rise of technology talent, hubs and funding is helping France become a ‘startup nation’ and the next Silicon Valley.
Key findings from Criteo's State of Ad Tech 2019 report are featured on DMN, including top channels for marketers, conversion metrics across different companies, data availability and app reactivation.
Criteo’s CPG data is cited by Business Insider, highlighting that while e-commerce only accounted for $74 billion worth of consumer packaged goods sales out of the total $845 billion in 2017, it was the fastest growing channel.
NEW YORK — December 13, 2018—Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO), the advertising platform for the open Internet, released “Digital Lists and Infinite Aisles: Putting CPG & Ecommerce on the Same Shelf.”
Social media and paid display advertising are ranked the highest in conversion tactics followed by email, according to data from Criteo's State of Ad Tech 2019 report.