The 10 Most Fascinating Digital Marketing Stats of the Week

The 10 most intriguing numbers from digital marketing over the last week include new data on the explosion of legal marijuana marketing as well as stats that show how online video continues to grow. 1. In today's Adweek magazine, we report how several notable publishers told us that Facebook was pushing them to make videos exclusively for the social site. Here's an example of why it's probably not a hard sell: Uproxx, a site that focuses on millennial guys, recently debuted an original Web series called Luminaries. According to The Wall Street Journal, Uproxx ran the second episode of Luminaries as a Facebook-only installment last Wednesday. The episode, which features an 18-year-old man who develops a pistol that can only be used by its owners, garnered 4 million views in the first 24 hours on the site and hit 9 million views before the end of of Friday. 2. The marijuana industry serves 50 million American consumers, per data from InvestInCannibas. Only 8 percent of that market is legalized, according to the company's research, but InvestInCannibas claimed there have been 108 startups launching weekly in the weed marketing space in recent months, with many focusing on leveraging tech to reach marijuana smokers. 3. Digital ad viewability continues to be a hot topic. The latest evidence can be seen in the startup Clearstream, which stated it expects to its revenue to increase from $12 million in 2014 to $33 million this year while offering viewability data and other... Continue reading at 'AdWeek'

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