Fifty-seven percent say they will host family or friends this Holiday season. Brands, learn how to reach the holiday planner in this month’s M.I.C. Drop!
Once again, the holidays season is upon us. The seemingly joyous stretch of time between Halloween and New Year can be festive for many. But for some people, it can be a time of high-stress, anxiety and pure annoyance. Over 20,000 users responded to our survey to give their two-cents on holiday inconveniences. And we heard them! To ease the pain of the holidays and address these inconveniences, we have 5 partner rewards that allow brands be this season’s “Holiday Hero”.
When it comes to Q4 marketing, it’s not all about retail brands, it’s also the biggest season for domestic travel and hospitality. Last year, AAA estimated that 98.6 million people journeyed 50 miles or more during the holiday season. So start packing your bags and preparing your marketing strategy, because many consumers are already making travel plans. We surveyed over 50,000 consumers to find out what those plans are, here are the insights you need to know!
More and more consumers are living on and through and with their phones, so mobile usage trends during the holiday season are important. We analyzed the mobile use of users across our network and discovered these six holiday season trends.
We’re four months out from the holiday season, yet in the ad industry we all know that brands are already plotting out their marketing strategies and how they can effectively capture their targeted audiences in time for the biggest shopping season of the year! Kiip recently launched a survey tool to gather relevant mobile consumer data. Check out the responses and see which category you fall under when it comes to your holiday purchases!
There have been two interesting articles recently about mobile shopping, particularly around the holiday season. The posts had all the usual facts about how mobile is growing, marketers need to build native
Halloween season is upon us and things are getting a little spooky. Some people look forward to fall because of cozy scarves and pumpkin spice lattes. Others because of horror movie marathons