Category Archives: Marketing Trends

Reasons for marketers to add drones to the martech stack

From monitoring foot traffic to creating aerial imagery, drones have a lot to offer marketers. Rodric Bradford on October 26, 2020 Perhaps no industry is experiencing the negative consequences of the COVID outbreak more than commercial real estate. However the competitive nature of the industry has produced a tactic not used by most marketers — … Continue reading Reasons for marketers to add drones to the martech stack

Should marketers worry about a single source of truth?

Can solutions like data lakes or CDPs provide better value than incomplete data sources like email engines? Kim Davis on September 8, 2020 There’s no shortage of data. Sure, maybe there are still some traditional businesses out there with no connection to the digital world, and no data collection strategy. But for most brands, customer … Continue reading Should marketers worry about a single source of truth?

How COVID-19 affected HubSpot customers: ‘People wanted to hear from marketers’

Data shows positive audience response to inbound and outbound marketing, but response to sales emails lagged. Kim Davis on July 8, 2020 HubSpot this week provided extensive insights into the effects of COVID-19 on digital businesses by aggregating second-quarter data from its 70,000-plus customer base. The data confirmed: A notable growth in web traffic (18% … Continue reading How COVID-19 affected HubSpot customers: ‘People wanted to hear from marketers’

Amid the economic gloom, some hopeful indicators emerge for marketers

Consumer confidence and spending have ticked up as people receive stimulus money and anticipate the lockdowns ending. Greg Sterling on April 21, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on consumer and business confidence, with various surveys reflecting pessimism and expectations of a deep and serious recession. Indeed, many economic forecasters and major investment … Continue reading Amid the economic gloom, some hopeful indicators emerge for marketers