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Is it time to say good-bye to the CMO role or just give it a new acronym?

Why organizations are re-imagining the role and expectations of senior marketing leaders. Amy Gesenhues on December 17, 2019 The chief marketing officer role has had quite a ride this year, with many brands falling in — and out — of love with the C-level marketing position in 2019. Coca-Cola announced this week it was promoting … Continue reading Is it time to say good-bye to the CMO role or just give it a new acronym?

Google Reminds Advertisers To Say Good-Bye To Converted Clicks

Google Reminds Advertisers To Say Good-Bye To Converted Clicks by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, February 27, 2017 Google began emailing reminder letters late last week about its decision to eliminate the column in AdWords called Converted Clicks, which helps advertisers to better understand last-click performance metrics that many still rely on. Late last year, Google moved … Continue reading Google Reminds Advertisers To Say Good-Bye To Converted Clicks

Forrester: Marketers need to say goodbye to campaigns, hello to AI-driven conversations with customers

New report on emerging tech in next five years also points to personal data lockers, commonplace augmented reality, and much smarter location analytics. Barry Levine on September 16, 2016   Marketers will need to transform from campaigns to real-time, continuous interaction with customers via intelligent agents. So says Forrester Research VP and Principal Analyst Brian … Continue reading Forrester: Marketers need to say goodbye to campaigns, hello to AI-driven conversations with customers

Goodbye, Google+: Social Network Broken Into Streams and Photos Products

Larry KimMarch 6, 2015 The rumors are true: Google is breaking its Streams and Photos into standalone products, to be managed under Bradley Horowitz, as he announced on Google+ earlier this week. Horowitz didn’t specifically mention Google+ in his post, but the writing is on the wall. Considering these two products make up much of … Continue reading Goodbye, Google+: Social Network Broken Into Streams and Photos Products