Gabey Goh
Dec 15, 2015

APAC advertisers reduced spending on audience data in Q3: Eyeota

The Eyeota Index Q3 report shows a dip in spend from Australia, down 7 percent quarter-on-quarter, while Southeast Asia jumped another 42 percent. The most popular segment categories were sociodemographic data (53 percent) and B2B (20 percent). Sociodemographic remains a steadfast investment for many brands worldwide, as it provides broader information of user profiles such as age, gender and income levels for more effective targeting.

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