COVID really means rethinking customer data and journeys from the basics up. Rodric Bradford on September 1, 2020 Our understanding of data-driven marketing and advertising has changed in the last six months, evolving into a real reflection of what is occurring with consumers in the changing economic, health and social environment. Major life events. Previously, … Continue reading The need to take a fresh look at consumer data
Brian Basilico — May 28, 2020 Reelin’ In The Years It’s been about eight years since I started my first book. Back then, I created a website called notaboutu.com. That’s where I started building an audience and promoted my first book. Then I used it to promote my second, third, and fourth books. Currently, I’m … Continue reading Why Building an Audience is a Moving Target and What You Can Do
Consumers Making More Informed Purchase Decisions Based On Improved Information In Ads: Study by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, January 22, 2020 When designing a search campaign, marketers can benefit from a better understanding of how and why people shop. Culture, current events, weather and mood all contribute to the reasons — but what about … Continue reading Consumers Making More Informed Purchase Decisions Based On Improved Information In Ads: Study
Everyone in the martech ecosystem has a responsibility to practice ethical data governance as the pretext for personalization. David Dowhan on October 31, 2019 The proliferation of digital, content-driven devices and channels (mobile, smart TVs, social media, etc.) have reinforced a notion that consumers prefer, even expect, personalized experiences. New research says this notion may … Continue reading Soapbox: Consumers want personalization and data privacy so we need to solve the puzzle
In this era of authenticity, good old-fashioned email is undergoing a renaissance. Len Shneyder on October 9, 2019 at 12:41 pm In December 2010, something unexpected happened: Facebook surpassed Google in terms of website traffic according to The Economist. Over the next few years, the Facebook-dominant phenomenon would repeat in other ways: time spent, usage … Continue reading Email vs. social channels: Who will win over consumers’ communication preferences?
ContentSquare, Dynamic Yield Partner To Identify Consumer Intentions by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, (November 08, 2018) Companies are expected to increase partnership agreements this coming year as the shift to mobile and smaller screens makes personalizing consumer experiences and messages a requirement. On Thursday, ContentSquare and Dynamic Yield announced a partnership that allows marketers to more … Continue reading ContentSquare, Dynamic Yield Partner To Identify Consumer Intentions
Consumers Want Less Tech, More Human Interaction by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, (November 05, 2018) Brands want to wow consumers with techie services, but a report released Monday from voice platform Usabilla suggests consumers would rather speak to a live human being to solve their complex problems and create worthwhile customer experiences. Usabilla, which … Continue reading Consumers Want Less Tech, More Human Interaction
What’s The Value Of Consumer Data (To The Consumer)? by Joe Mandese @mp_joemandese, May 18, 2018 What began as a discussion about the role that blockchain technology likely will play in removing friction and increasing transparency for business turned into a conversation about the value of leveraging consumer data to do research or market to … Continue reading What’s The Value Of Consumer Data (To The Consumer)?
Sandra Hess — April 1, 2018 — April 1, 2018 A recent study showed that more than three-quarters of all employers surveyed admitted to having trouble finding qualified talent. Note that these employers didn’t have trouble finding candidates – they had trouble finding the ‘right” candidates. This dilemma has forced both large and small-scale employers … Continue reading How to Use the Candidate Experience to Grow Brand Equity
The environment for brands has changed dramatically just in the past few years. Contributor Andrew Waber explains what it takes to thrive today. Andrew Waber on March 2, 2018 Think back to the late 1990s – Friends was the biggest TV show in America with between 15-20% of all households tuning in. Nothing comes … Continue reading The death of the mass market and why consumers couldn’t be happier