Unlike other industries where e-commerce sales have disappeared, beauty consumption has partly shifted online or to drug stores, which are essential businesses.
Source: Americans are becoming their own beauticians while under Covid-19 lockdown
The goal of AI implementation in the travel industry is to improve people’s experience in planning trips and booking accommodation.
Source: How Travel Apps Are Using AI To Personalize The Experience
Magazine subscription app Readly is more popular than ever, particularly with categories that are useful to someone staying at home — the Home & Renovation, Gardening, and Kids categories are outpacing previous months.
Source: US Digital Magazine Readership In The ‘Home’ And ‘Gardening’ Categories Soars During Lockdowns
To help marketers keep on top of what the coronavirus pandemic means for them, we’re collecting together the most valuable and impactful stats in this regularly-updated roundup.
Source: Stats roundup: coronavirus impact on marketing, ecommerce & advertising – Econsultancy
It is against the backdrop of an unprecedented economic downturn that marketing tech makes its pitches to clients this year. On the one hand, it is fair to say cutting-edge marketing may be as impo…
Source: How Will Influencer Marketing Survive the Covid-19 Crisis? | Street Fight
Online presence will determine if musicians sink or swim
Source: COVID-19: The Demise or Rise of The Music Industry
The short-term rental market is reeling from the coronavirus-driven tourism collapse. Can the industry’s dominant player stage a comeback after lockdowns lift?
Source: Can Airbnb Survive Coronavirus? – CityLab
More than two thirds (68%), of consumers say they’re searching for coronavirus updates – making it the most popular online activity. Men (73%) are more inclined to search for coronavirus news than women (62%) – but it still remains the top activity for both genders. Facebook is the most used platform for information about the…
Source: Two thirds of UK and US search for coronavirus updates – making it the biggest online activity | Media & Content