We all know that UK spending on games has skyrocketed during the pandemic, with charts, publishers and developers all stating big gains. But the latest figures, from UK bank accounts, pin that boom at a whopping 71 per cent year on year. The figure is taken from the lockdown period, from mid-March to the start of July, and comes from Cardlytics, which draws its data from 22m UK bank accounts, covering around 1 in 4 accounts.
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Webinar: Prove Incremental Marketing Impact to the Right Stakeholders
As marketers, we all face the same question – How do we know that sale wouldn’t have happened anyway? There is always a need to prove marketing efforts accomplished something that would not have happened organically. That is where we can lean on incrementality. In our latest webinar, Juliana Lupinacci, VP, Agency Partnerships, speaks with […]
Why customer loyalty is vital to relationship marketing
Loyal customers are your brand’s biggest sales opportunity–spending an average of 67% more than comparable transient consumers. A new era in consumerism is ushering in highly personalized service models and deep, lasting relationships with a loyal customer base. This shift towards relationship marketing emphasizes building a strong customer loyalty program to facilitate that relationship. Key […]
Webinar: How Marketers are Achieving Measurement Confidence in a Time of Performance Pressure
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