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Media experts consider attention strategy important: IAS study

A study by IAS in partnership with YouGov has revealed that 83% of media experts think it’s important for their company to have an attention strategy. The research aimed to assess the current state, perceptions, and future outlook of attention measurement and optimization in digital media.In this study, IAS surveyed US digital media experts from both the buy- and sell-side to reveal the most important KPIs tracked by attention users and shed light on the business results and success rates attributed to attention strategies.All eyes are on attention. Although it’s one of the most widely discussed topics in digital media, marketers remain divided on how to properly harness it. Attention scores, methodologies, and key performance indicators are increasingly diversified — so how can marketers best measure and optimize their campaigns for higher attention?Key discoveries:83% of media experts think it’s important for their company to have an attention strategy.79% of media experts report substantial improvement in revenue opportunity since implementing an attention strategy.78% of attention measurement users are prepared to evolve to optimization in the next 12 months.
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UAE consumers find chatbots most useful in buying mobile phones

Dubai: With the AI market on track to reach the USD 500 billion mark by 2024, it is no surprise that AI and ML (machine learning) continue to become an integral part of business systems the world over.A YouGov survey conducted across 18 international markets finds that chatbots are proving to be a valuable resource for customers seeking assistance while shopping online for various products and services, but three in ten global consumers do not consider them useful in this regard. In the UAE, less than one in ten (8%) consumers do not find chatbots useful, highlighting the popularity of AI technology in the country. From the various listed options, chatbots appear to be most useful in online shopping for mobiles and electronics, with one in six consumers across the globe saying this (16% each). In the UAE, this number increases to three in ten (30%) for mobiles and one in four (26%) for electronics- making them the top two categories where consumers think using a customer service chatbot can be useful.A quarter also consider chatbots useful when buying air travel and hotel services online (26%)- the highest of all markets across the globe.  While only 12% global consumers think chatbots are helpful in buying groceries online, this number doubles (24%) among UAE consumers. Similarly, buying clothes/ shoes (24% UAE consumers vs 14% global consumers), take-out food(23% vs 12%), and financial products (20% vs 12%) online via chatbots is more useful to UAE adults than global consumers. Around a fifth of UAE consumers think chatbot assistance is useful in buying medicines (19%), streaming subscriptions (19%) and cars/ vehicles (19%) online. An equal but lesser proportion of consumers believe in its usefulness when shopping online for out-of-home entertainment services and cosmetics (17% each).Comparatively, the area where consumers think chatbots are least helpful are when buying video games online, but this is still more useful to residents in UAE than those across the globe (15% vs 10%). Methodology: YouGov Surveys: Serviced provide quick survey results from nationally representative or targeted audiences in multiple markets. The data is based on surveys of adults aged 18+ years in 18 markets with sample sizes varying between 431 and 1,572 for each market. UAE data is based on a nationally representative sample of 18+ adults with a sample size of 1014 respondents. All surveys were conducted online in December 2022. Learn more about YouGov Surveys: Serviced.