Category Archives: Marketing Trends

Airship Journeys launches to enable better cross-channel marketing

Airship Journeys is designed to help marketers drive simple, effective cross-channel engagements. Jennifer Cannon on November 18, 2019  Customer engagement company Airship launched Airship Journeys, a new interface designed for marketers to drive simple, effective cross-channel engagements. Marketing users can use data models alongside Airship’s real-time mobile data, predictive AI and machine learning to launch … Continue reading Airship Journeys launches to enable better cross-channel marketing

Intent Marketing, Then and Now

Brett House — November 4, 2019 Marketing practices have always been determined by technology. Printing technology enabled the rise of popular newspapers in the mid-19th century, which allowed advertisers to target consumer audiences based on their demographics, education, political preferences and interests. Early brand marketers realized that they could differentiate from their competitors by speaking … Continue reading Intent Marketing, Then and Now

Boston Tech Watch: DraftKings Drives, The Engine Revs, NuTonomy Swaps

Brian Dowling     Welcome to August’s automotive-themed tech news round-up. This week’s batch of news features a dose of updates that range from self-driving cars to funds or new ventures that sound close enough to being automotive-related (but aren’t) that I just couldn’t pass up making a point about it. Read on for the … Continue reading Boston Tech Watch: DraftKings Drives, The Engine Revs, NuTonomy Swaps

Don’t call me: Nearly 90% of customers won’t answer the phone anymore [Study]

The call isn’t dead, just unsolicited calling. Greg Sterling on August 20, 2019 There’s an ongoing debate about the role of telephone sales and whether they’re effective anymore. Many pundits have long asserted that “cold calling is dead,” but is any form of outcalling or inside sales effective now? Declining success rates. A new survey … Continue reading Don’t call me: Nearly 90% of customers won’t answer the phone anymore [Study]

5 Reasons Why Even Robo Financial Advisors Do Not Beat The Market

Barry David Moore — June 20, 2019 — June 20, 2019 A Robo Advisor is a digital application that offers clients financial advice created by algorithms, artificial intelligence, or mathematical formulas. The term Robo Advisor is short for robot advisor. However, the phrase Robo Advisor is inaccurate. To explain, a Robo Advisor is a digital … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Even Robo Financial Advisors Do Not Beat The Market

One-to-one-household marketing requires solving the ‘shareability’ problem

The growing emphasis on one-to-one marketing fails to account for a critical truth – major purchases usually result from group decisions, particularly among family members. Lewis Gersh on April 26, 2019 ‘I’m going to open this column by repeating, verbatim, the opening line from another recent Marketing Land article: “At a time when technology is … Continue reading One-to-one-household marketing requires solving the ‘shareability’ problem