Mike Austin, CEO at Fresh Relevance, explains why AI, automation and direct-to-consumer strategies will be the trends that outlast the pandemic.
Personalisation for individual consumers might be the aim, but the majority of marketers are struggling to deliver a truly omnichannel marketing approach. This is one of the key findings from the ‘State of Martech Integration 2020-21’ report, produced in partnership with HCL Software.
Albert Abello Lozano is Head of Marketing Automation and Technology at Treatwell.
If you’ve ever clapped eyes on the Martech 5000 – that infamous mosaic of marketing technology companies, all jostling for space – you’ll be aware of how dense and confusing the martech landscape has become.
It’s time for your weekly dose of digital stats.
We can do wonderful things with marketing technology these days.
Choosing a marketing automation vendor can be a complex, multi-step procedure involving input from decision-makers across the business – to say nothing of the price tag attached.
It’s fair to say that marketers have lately been spending a bit too much time on new, unproven channels. In the past couple of years, many have dabbled with 3D printing, VR, AR and even blockchain with little to show for their efforts.
This report provides marketers with a guide to what marketing automation is and how to implement it, exploring what success looks like and what the future may hold for the industry.
Marketing automation software is the champion of efficiency – except for when it isn’t.
1. Introduction ‘The Future of Marketing’ is based on an exploratory and descriptive research enquiry into the trends shaping the future of marketing. The report examines the main objectives and key priority areas for marketers within the next five years. A survey was conducted among 492 respondents who classified as advertisers/ client-side marketers, media owners […]