Felim is GlobalWebIndex’s Trends Manager. He oversees the Trends team, who produce GWI’s off-the-shelf reports and infographics, as well as our Chart of the Day series. Moving to GWI after completing a Ph.d, Felim writes on GWI’s blog about online consumer behaviors and the latest digital trends.
The connection between Premier League club Arsenal FC and Emirates Airlines is arguably one of most recognized and powerful partnerships in sports. And, as today’s chart shows, it is one which is built on solid foundations.View full post
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the GlobalWebIndex reports to look forward to this quarter.
Facebook’s strong quarterly earnings announcement this week again showed how important mobile is to the platform, and to its ad revenue stream. And GWI’s research shows clearly that Facebook’s users agree on the importance of mobile.View full post
In Uber’s drive towards profitability, the professional travel sector has been an area of keen focus – with Uber for Business, the company’s ride management platform for businesses, aiming to stake a claim in this lucrative market.View full post
Amazon may be launching an ever-widening array of services but online commerce remains at the heart of its business. Outside of China, over half of digital consumers are engaging with Amazon in some way each month and, as our chart today shows, it’s the availability of free delivery options that is key to convincing these visitors to complete a purchase.View full post
New media conglomerate Vice Media has made many headlines through its ambitious expansion across a range of platforms as well as its appeal to a predominantly young audience. Our final Chart of the Day this week zeroes in on this audience in the UK & USA and on one aspect of its media consumption habits: their enthusiasm for consuming television content, both broadcast and online.View full post
The health-based wearables market has seen some notable events recently, with major player Fitbit completing a selection of acquisitions (including competitor Pebble’s software assets) and this month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas seeing the launch of a broad range of wearable tech intended to track users’ health and activities.View full post
When Nicola Mendelsohn, VP for Facebook in EMEA, proclaimed last June that in five years’ time Facebook ‘will definitely be mobile and probably all be video’, some heads were turned. Is it certain that video will be the future of social? And after that, could it be that video is the future of everything?View full post
Despite some high-profile releases, nothing so far has convinced mainstream consumers to embrace the benefits of wearable tech. And yet Snap, owner of the coolest social app on-the-block, has become the next company to bet big on smart glasses.View full post
There is a lot of (digital) ink spilt discussing the fortunes of Mark Zuckerberg’s ubiquitous social network. But the reality is that Facebook is, and will remain for some time, the king of the social media industry. And having won the social media wars to date, it’s clear the Facebook is on the hunt for still more territory to claim as its own.View full post
Every year, our dedicated teams of analysts, researchers and writers come together to map out the digital trends set to shape the year ahead. In 2016, we saw the marketing industry evolve dramatically in response to the growing rise of consumer power, and we watched as emerging digital trends either caused the world to take notice, or failed to stand out in an overcrowded market. Based on our Trends 17 report, which incorporates active data from36 countries and over 4,500 data points, we’ve mapped out the ten most game-changing trends for every brand, advertiser and marketer to watch in 2017.View full post