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Growing Flow of Tourists: Where Russians Went in First Half-Year 2019

According to the latest numbers of the Border Guard Service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, the outbound tourist flow from Russia grew by almost 9% in the first half-year of 2019, as compared to the same period in 2018.

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Activities of Auto Brands in Russian Social Media: What Content Do Drivers Prefer?

Social media is one of the key channels to communicate with customers. This relates to auto manufacturers, too. Each brand is presented in three and more social media in Russia.

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CPA Networks in Russia: How It Works

Every advertiser’s dream is to pay only for sales and leads. This is the type of payment for advertising that Cost per Action or, simply said, CPA networks offer. During the promotion, you set up a desired action—it can be both a registration in a website and a purchase—and pay only for the fact of commission of this action.

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Where Russian Tourists Want to Go

Within the last year, 29% Russians have made tourist trips. Russians are ready to spend more money on overseas than domestic vacations. Russians would like to visit Italy and France, as well as Turkey and the USA most of all.

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Top-20 Russian-Speaking Social Media Accounts: VK, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube

In VKontakte, leaders are young video bloggers who came to fame on YouTube. The top of the engagement rating on the Russian-language Facebook is taken by Ukrainians. On Twitter, there is much real and satiric politics, while on Instagram, as usual, celebrities set the tone. The most effective influencer in all four social media became Olga Buzova (a popular Russian celebrity) who headed Top 20 on VKontakte and Instagram.

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Popular Destinations in Summer 2019: Learning Russian Tourists’ Queries

Based on web requests, Yandex experts decided to learn where Russians spend their holidays this summer, which countries and resorts have become fashionable in recent years and which ones, on the contrary, became less visited. For this, tourism queries were studies, i.e. ones, to which Yandex replied with links to popular tourism websites.

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Every Tenth Russian is Planning a Trip Relying on Bloggers’ Advice

The most popular answer among female respondents was websites with travellers’ reviews—27% respondents address them. Among men, this option is as popular as feedback and recommendations from their friends and relatives: 20% admitted that they chiefly trust them. Women, unlike men, cater to their friends’ feedback a bit less (18%).

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Review of Competitor Analysis Tools in the Russian Market

Competitors’ mistakes will let you avoid your own ones, while their achievements will become your driver for development. But for this, you should always keep your eye on the ball and follow how other actors in your industry promote themselves in the market. Today we will tell you about the tools that will help you analyze competitors’ websites and their marketing activities online.

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Cheapest and Priciest Countries for These Summer Vacations

In summer 2019, Russians had the largest average bills for guided tours and taxi in Greece, for museum tickets in Spain, and for buses in Cyprus. Rooms in French hotels cost tourists thrice as much as in Russian ones.

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MEDIA BUYING

Inspirations of Experiential Marketing in the Russian Market

Experiential marketing makes it possible to step away from the standard communication model in advertising when we try to tell something to a consumer and to proceed to a more interesting model—customer engagement.

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Blogger vs. Celebrity: Pros and Cons of Cooperation in the Russian Market

With what bloggers will the cooperation be most effective? An instamom microblogger or a multimillion audience of a famous mom Oxana Samoilova? This depends not only on the product that you offer, but also on the advertising budget that you possess. Besides, it is worth considering some peculiarities of working with both categories of opinion leaders.

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Video Content in Russian Social Media in 2019

While one year ago, according to the study by Brand Analytics, every tenth post in Russian-language social media had video content, in April 2019 users already post video in every sixth post.

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How to Promote Auto in the Russian Market

The Russian car market is one of the largest and most attractive ones in the world arena. There is no doubt that Russians are happy to buy new cars; therefore, a marketer’s task is to understand what triggers work for newbies and mature drivers, what ads will be more effective and how to use human emotions to increase brand awareness, brand confidence and, along with that, boost car sales.

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Profile of a Modern Russian Traveller

Before booking an air ticket, a buyer’s final decision is influenced by a wide range of factors, from its cost to a convenient mobile app to look for information about the flight. Google analysts, backed by Kantar TNS, undertook a study and determined what matters for Russians when choosing air tickets, how much time is required to make a decision to purchase them, as well as what vacation destinations are most popular.

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What Ads in Russia Pay Off Better?

In 2017, the average ROI for all media channels was 0.97, i.e. every ruble invested in advertising brought 97 kopecks of a short-run effect on sales (during the placement and up to 3 months afterwards). In Europe, the average ROI varies from 0.2 to 0.4, which is related to higher costs of ads in the Western world.

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Call Tracking as an Advertising and Sales Optimization Tool: Review of Russian Services

There are two categories of call tracking: static and dynamic, which differ with the degree of call detail record and application areas. As a rule, call tracking services provide both types of call tracking and enable their combination. What is more, some call tracking systems also provide other tools from additional communication channels (callback, live chat, website call, lead generator) to full-scale end-to-end analytics systems.

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Review of Russian Websites for Foreign Real Estate Sale

For many Russians, housing purchase abroad is on the list of their dearest wishes. That is why more and more services appear in the Russian market that let them see the options and buy or rent real estate abroad. For a buyer or a tenant, portals are interesting, first of all, by an opportunity to find proper realty quickly; for foreign real estate owners, to promote their offer for Russian-speaking users.

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Review of Russian Car Market: 2018 Results and 2019 Forecasts

Following the results of car sales in 2018, Russia took the fifth place in Europe, letting Germany, Great Britain, France, and Italy take the lead, and retained the 12th place in the world car market rating.

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Russian Game Industry Survey 2019

According to Newzoo, at year-end 2018 Russia took the 11th place in the world game industry revenue rating. The total revenue of the Russian game market proved expectations that the company had had before and amounted to $1.657 billion ($1.7 billion were expected).

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How Russians’ Online Behavior Changed in 2000-2019

According to the study by Mail.Ru Group, 81% respondents use the Internet daily and multiply throughout the day. According to the results of the poll conducted by the Public Opinion Fund, in 2019 76% Russians have used the Internet at some time. By contract, in 2000 only 3.6% respondents made a positive reply to the question about the Internet use.

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