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From social media uproars to earnings results to digitally-inspired beach towels, it has been an intriguing past several days in the world of digital marketing. Here are nine stats that caught our attention: 1.
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Up to 60 per cent of global digital marketing investment is being wasted, due to fraudulent or artificial web activity and more than half of online ads never being seen, according to research by procurement services provider Proxima.
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