More advertisers than ever are expanding their eCommerce advertising into new marketplaces. Does your 2022 eCommerce ad strategy include Walmart and Instacart?
Whether you rode the wave of eCommerce growth the past couple of years or are just beginning to experiment with Walmart and Instacart, understanding the differences between these marketplaces and Amazon is critical. How can you leverage Walmart Sponsored Ads? What ROAS can you expect on Instacart?
Read our “Q4 2021 Walmart & Instacart Benchmark Report” for key findings from thousands of advertisers across small, mid-sized, and large brands in every major product category. Discover the trends and key performance indicators during the 2021 holiday shopping season.
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2021 marked a huge year of growth for Walmart Connect, making it the second-largest online retail media platform in the United States for sellers and brands seeking to expand their footprint beyond Amazon. Read the full report for insights such as:
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As the global pandemic proved to be going nowhere anytime soon, in addition to the further rise of retail media in 2021, Instacart remained as one of the most rapidly growing marketplaces for consumer-packaged goods (CPG) advertisers looking to get their products in front of consumers.
As Instacart continues to add additional retailers to its platform, there are more and more opportunities for brands in every category to take advantage of Instacart Ads.
While Amazon still leads the eCommerce industry, more and more consumers are changing their buying behavior. Grocery and CPG brands have new opportunities on Instacart and Walmart as their reach and advertising opportunities grow. Learn about the effects of major industry changes:
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