Your Marketing Trends Roadmap for 2015




  • April 25, 2015

    From Google’s unrelenting focus on content quality to the shift in today’s buying process, the digital marketing landscape is changing fast. It can be hard for a marketer to keep up, but the only other option is to get left behind. That’s why it’s important to keep a close eye on trends and watch how they develop over time.


    Some of these trends start to paint a bigger picture, turning into broader themes that reveal insights about the future of marketing.


    As we move forward to 2016, here are a few of the themes marketers should keep in mind.


    Building trust is a priority for both B2C and B2B marketers


    Trust is becoming more and more valued among both consumers and B2B buyers, paving the way for advocate marketing and user-generated content as effective tactics. Channeling the voice of existing loyal customers is becoming a new way for brands to earn the trust of new customers.


    Paid distribution is fast becoming a necessity


    The effectiveness of organic distribution on social media is on the decline, forcing marketers to invest in paid methods to find a significant audience for their content. Pay-to-play is becoming the norm.


    MAPs need to be better integrated


    Marketing automation is still gaining in popularity, but a new problem has presented itself: how can marketers properly integrate these platforms and reduce the overlap in their workflows.


    Visual & Interactive content are becoming popular preferences


    The internet is growing into a noisier place, but also a more visual one as more vibrant and interactive content formats become increasingly popular and easier to create with tools like SnapAppQzzr and Canva.


    To paint a better picture, here’s a roadmap (in the form of an infographic) to guide you through some of the marketing trends that will continue to develop over the course of 2015.


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    An infographic roadmap of marketing trends for 2015.


    This infographic was originally created  for the Uberflip blog.

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