Published By: Mindfire
Published Date: May 07, 2010
In this report, results from well over 650 real-life cross-media marketing campaigns across 27 vertical markets are analyzed and compared to industry benchmarks for response rates of static direct mail campaigns, to provide a solid base of actual performance data and information.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already begun to improve targeting, segmentation, media buying and planning in the advertising industry. AI algorithms can extract complex patterns from vast numbers of data points, and in so doing, are able to self-correct and learn patterns. The revenue potential that improved personalization, segmentation and targeting that AI provides to marketers is huge.
At HERE Technologies, we are placing AI and machine learning at the center of our products and services. We see the opportunity in automated machine learning to enrich the targeting and effectiveness of mobile advertising campaigns in real time. But the outcome of implementing such technology depends on the quality of data being fed into it from the outset. AI wouldn’t be as helpful if it’s being used alongside questionable location data or audience data.
HERE’s location data provides a strong thread that can be woven throughout every stage of the media buying process, offering more context and
Consider the many ways that a customer encounters your brand – organic results on a search engine, display media campaigns, social media links, re-targeting on external sites, etc. One thing is certain – consumer journeys are far from linear. They can occur across multiple platforms, devices and browsers. The problem is that organizations are often constrained to channel-limiting decisions regarding their media investment allocations.
Marketing attribution helps you analyze the impact and business value of company-generated marketing interactions to help make the best marketing investment decisions. The challenge is to interpret the massive volumes of customer data that continues to expand day by day.
As social media use has grown, an urgent need has emerged to correlate the information generated through social data with existing consumer information, and integrate it with sophisticated data management systems. This white paper describes how organizations can blend social insights with more-traditional data in an integrated customer data hub to optimize social strategies and create outreach efforts, new products, and campaigns grounded in real-time, repeatable, automated, and scalable analysis.
Social media is rising beyond just likes and retweets. Social media continues to shape the digital marketplace with how brands can engage their consumer. Whether its through a sponsored link on Twitter, an inline ad with Facebook, or retail placement on Pinterest, an understanding of the current trends will go a long way to producing a successful social media marketing campaign.
In this paper, we explore the challenges of quantifying social marketing’s financial and nonfinancial ROI and how businesses are employing strategic measurements that reveal dividends beyond the bottom line.
On-demand webinar published by eMarketer
Marketers are using more location data than ever, but consumer privacy concerns and an evolving regulatory landscape have raised new challenges. There is a need for more consideration and transparency about collecting and using geolocation.
Watch this webinar to learn about:
• The various ways marketers are using location data today
• How consumers feel about location sharing
• How new government regulations may impact data collection
Besides the two eMarketer Analyst, Hervé Utheza, Head of Media, Advertising & Telco at HERE Technologies joins the conversation and gives valuable insight on how to improve campaign performance through real world geometry.
View the webinar now on demand.
Published By: Curalate
Published Date: Aug 02, 2017
People control their own consumer journeys. Consumers expect a borderless world in which they roam freely between a brand’s social media channels, email campaigns, blogs and e-commerce site, effortlessly buying things that catch their eye. It’s led to a sporadic, personalized shopping journey that frequently begins on digital touchpoints that weren’t built for commerce.
That’s made it increasingly complex for brands hoping to meet customers’ needs and measure the results of their marketing strategies.
At the center of this new customer-driven revolution is visual content. Images and videos play starring roles in the decisionmaking process, and provide consumers with a whole new level of inspiration and knowledge. Every picture and video clip is now the entrance to a digital storefront, meaning brands can use them to drive not only engagement but revenue.
Published By: MediaMath
Published Date: Feb 27, 2015
Download “The CMO Solution Guide to Programmatic Marketing” Now From the RFP, to onboarding, to managing campaigns – what does the CMO need to know to drive success with programmatic? Nearly 70% of marketers surveyed in a recent CMO Club poll weren’t sure about the technologies used to execute their digital marketing campaigns. MediaMath and the CMO Club produced this peer-to-peer guide to bridge the knowledge gap for CMOs and senior marketers.
Published By: Iterable
Published Date: Sep 07, 2018
Email marketing continues to be the best digital channel for ROI, so delivering dynamic, personalized messaging to the inboxes of your customers is of the utmost importance. In fact, for 77 percent of consumers, email is the preferred messaging channel, dwarfing demand for SMS, push notifications and social media communications.
When you are determining the right email marketing strategy for your business, it’s natural to wonder how the industry leaders are conducting their campaigns. A¬er all, if they’re on top, then they must be doing everything right...right?
To glean best practices, we analyzed the email marketing strategies adopted by the top 100 e-retailers in the United States to study how they engage with their customers. These companies represent industries ranging from apparel and electronics, to auto parts and pet supplies, but all have the single goal of getting their users to go from inbox to checkout.
We note what companies are doing across the board, as well as what spec
Digital Mind Factory develops and manages performance-based media and marketing campaigns using our proprietary, turnkey demand generation and lead nurturing management service, that delivers results for such clients as Bausch & Lomb, The Walt Disney Co. and Anthem of Blue Cross.
Did you know you reach only a fraction of your fanbase every time you post a branded message on Facebook? Whether your fans receive your content in their newsfeeds depends on a Facebook algorithm called EdgeRank. We partnered with the experts at EdgeRank Checker to uncover what makes EdgeRank tick-and how you can use it to your advantage.
With the debut of Timeline for brands on February 29th, brands and marketers everywhere wondered whether the major changes to fan page functionality would cause noticeable differences in engagement activity. We decided to find out. We ran the stats for 43 brands ranging from 20K to 40MM fans and tracked every engagement metric 21 days prior to and 21 days after the Timeline change. We'd like to share the results.
Launching a social advertising campaign may be easy. However, creating a great social advertising campaign that actually pays off can be a real challenge. Plus, the rules for success change from Facebook to Twitter to LinkedIn.
Download our guide, Solving the Programmatic Puzzle, to learn how to use data and technology to simplify, clarify, and maximize your programmatic ad campaigns—so you can create connected, personalized experiences across channels. You’ll find that while data and technology are core to programmatic media buying, using them effectively doesn’t have to be complicated.
Read the guide now to discover how to:
• Consolidate your data to maximize your ad spend
• Simplify search, display, and social campaigns
• Deliver real-time, personalized ads with ease
Advertising costs are soaring, while reach is plummeting. As a result, concerned marketers are reviewing their advertising spend. In fact, more spend is being questioned now than in the last three years combined. We analyzed over 250 marcomm initiatives from around the world to see what sets the best campaigns apart. Download “Replicating High-Performing Marcomms”, to learn the key components to build a winning campaign.
We live in a digital world, surrounded by the most
powerful innovations in human communication since
the invention of the printing press. We document our daily lives on a global scale. With Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media sites, we are always plugged in, consuming and producing content every minute of every day.
Understanding the power of social integration is
half the battle; finding the right tools and strategies
to help you do this easily and effectively is equally
important. Knowing what to look for and what to get out of a social experience platform is extremely important in creating a successful campaign, product launch, or dynamic brand experience.
The old adage, "you get what you pay for" may no longer be true when it comes to traditional paid media investments. Effectiveness of traditional advertising and paid media - TV, newspaper, print - is on the decline, so marketers are choosing to push their dollars to social advertisements. In fact, 62% of marketers expect to increase their spending on Facebook marketing, along with other social media sites, over the next year.
Marketers now must focus their attention on getting more from their advertising efforts by making sure that their media strategies work together. This means their paid media must work with their owned media to get more consumers to engage and participate - thus driving more earned media and amplification for their brand.
Download here to learn more!
The new world order of media and advertising demands that brands experiment and search for new ways to drive consumer engagement. As marketing and media strategy becomes ever more important, brands must look for ways to optimize paid, owned and earned media. Paid media is everything that you spend advertising dollars on such as TV, radio, print, digital advertising, and sponsorships. Owned media includes your website and other “owned” assets, and earned media is defined by the social amplification and interaction you “earn” through active participation with your customers.
How do you create the perfect “owned media” experience for your customers, and what is the right formula for paid media to maximize your earned media opportunity?
Download now to find out!
Published By: Sprinklr
Published Date: Apr 02, 2018
For Mohan Sawhney, Innovation and Marketing professor at the Kellogg School of Management, digital transformation is about customers. Companies are no longer just competing against their industry but against the best of the best - companies like Amazon, Netflix and Airbnb.