On today's episode, we discuss Google and Facebook paying for news in Australia, what consumers think of Apple's privacy labels, the changing content moderation rules, Maryland's digital ad tax, how much time is spent with social, controlling someone else's dreams, and more. Tune in to listen to the discussion with eMarketer analyst Blake Droesch, principal analyst Jeremy Goldman, and senior analyst at Insider Intelligence Sara M. Watson.
Social commerce goes global: Facebook and TikTok are expanding their ecommerce initiatives into new markets this week as social commerce opportunities continue to grow outside the US.
Offering a loyalty program is an effective way for retailers to acquire new customers, but it also fosters relationships for years to come. Setting up the framework, however, can be challenging—especially if retailers decide to handle everything in-house.
Social commerce sales will grow by more than a third this year: As lockdowns continue and platforms continue rolling out new ecommerce features, sales will see a second year of strong growth.
Why companies get "canceled": US adults say they revoke support of companies to make them change their ways—and the majority are willing to accept a company's apology if it promises to change, according to new research.