What B2B marketers can learn from Netflix [Infographic] What could B2B marketers possibly learn from Netflix? It turns out, quite a bit. Namely, that scheduled marketing needs to take a back seat to content that's packaged for consumption when your prospects are ready. LookBookHQ Email Marketing Benchmarks: 4Q16 Average Open, Click, and Bounce Rates A new study from Experian shows that email open and click metrics remained fairly stable year-over-year in 2016, but the average transaction-to-click rate grew by 10% and the average bounce rate increased by 11.8%. MarketingProfs Facebook Messenger copies Facebook’s copy of Instagram’s copy of Snapchat Stories Yes, you read that headline correctly. There is some truth behind all that sass. Last week, Facebook messenger rolled out it's copy of Facebook Stories -- a copy of the story feature owned first by Snapchat and later adopted by Instagram. They're calling Messenger Day. Marketing Land U.S. Digital Advertising Will Make $83 Billion This Year, Says EMarketer In 2017, eMarketer estimates that digital advertising revenues will grow to $83 billion. Leading that charge is Google with about 40% of that share of revenue, followed by Facebook with about 20%. Things are even closer when it comes to mobile revenue, with Google owning 32% of the market and Facebook owning 25%. AdWeek Google’s Share of Search Ad Market Projected to Grow to 80% by 2019 Search Engine Journal reports: "According to research firm eMarketer, Google is projected to hold 80% of the search ad market by 2019. As of last year, Google held 75.8% of the search ad market and this year it is currently holding on to 77.8%." Search Engine Journal Snapchat Receives Poor Grades From Marketers Marketers are reporting seeing low return from advertising on Snapchat. According to a recent study, Snapchat was outperformed by Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Yahoo and YouTube. The media platform did, however, outperform AOL. Ad Age Ad Exchange Launches, Aims To Transform Ad Inventory Into Standardized Securities MediaPost reports: "There’s a new ad exchange, and it’s not programmatic. The NYIAX (New York Interactive Advertising Exchange), launched on Tuesday, aims to change ad inventory into standardized securities. The NYIAX will run on the Nasdaq’s technology infrastructure and be platform-agnostic." MediaPost 1055% higher share rate on Facebook native videos Social media analytics provider quintly published a new study which found that users interact with Facebook videos at a 109.67% higher rate than they do YouTube videos, and that users are sharing Facebook videos at a 477.76% higher rate. quintly What were your top online marketing news stories this week? We'll be back next week with more online marketing news. In the meantime, check out the @toprank feed or our YouTube channel!