The field of marketing technology has revolutionized the way that campaigns are planned, executed, and evaluated. But mar-tech can be intimidating: Navigating the now 7k+ platforms that claim to help marketers understand, reach, engage, and measure their target audiences is no small task.Here is a primer on marketing technology – what you need to know about today’s mar-tech platforms, how you can evaluate and select them for your specific needs, and how the industry will evolve in 2020.
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AI in marketing is on the way to transforming the marketing world as we speak. While it is still in an early stage, it offers marketers a wealth of tools for leveraging data about customers to understand their preferences and journey with your products.
We looked at Comscore E-commerce data about the top 15 online retail sites visited by shoppers in the U.S. in September of 2019 and how they scored in numbers of visitors.
Accenture Interactive’s 2019 Consumer Pulse Survey, See People, Not Patterns, gained insight from 8,000 consumers in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the U.K. and the U.S. about the responsible usage of consumer data and the right strategies to avoid forcing invasive data collection methods onto reluctant users.
CommerceNext has published the results of a survey of 100 e-commerce decision-makers, meant to explore similarities and differences in the priorities of traditional and digital-first DTC brands. The report is meant to be a benchmark that helps marketers evaluate their priorities in terms of how to distribute budget among different technologies and objectives.
In what some are calling the fourth industrial revolution, new technologies like AI and VR are expected to dominate the marketing space. Marketers like Bravo and Fernandez agree that companies need to evolve to survive. We talked to Nestlé’s Margie Bravo and NFL’s Marissa Fernandez about what’s next in marketing and how to prepare for what the future brings.