MIAMI BEACH, FL: Marketing researchers must find the right balance of new analytic techniques and more traditional forms of audience measurement, according to Artie Bulgrin, EVP/strategy & insights at MediaScience.
Consumers don’t know much about what personal data is being collected. It’s not until they start asking questions that the bottom part of the “data iceberg” becomes apparent, according to Tuomas Syrjänen, CEO of Futurice.
Data risks going the way of ‘digital’ in becoming a meaningless buzzword. What we’re looking for is information and forgetting that in favour of data can leave marketers looking for tactics rather than creating strategy, argues UM London’s Adam Morton.
Covers the current thinking and reading on the subject of artificial intelligence, a significant step for any industry that manipulates large quantities of data and has to make quick decisions based on those findings; in marketing the implications of AI are far-reaching.
Rob Isaacs, Head of Content and Partnerships at Lucky Generals and a judge for the 2017 Effective Content Strategy category at the WARC Awards, says that content marketing campaigns need to learn to love data.
Alex Wheatley, Jon Puleston and Jason Brownlee, Admap, December 2017, pp. 36-38
Growing evidence suggests that recent trends in data analytics and first-party data segmentation have given rise to a problem known as 'survivor bias', where a brand's audience or customer base consists largely of people who have 'survived' its sales and marketing process.
Dmitry Gaiduk, ESOMAR, Big Data World, November 2017
Automation and neuro-research are two huge waves in the consumer research market, and they are predicted to revolutionize the industry by merging into one - automated neuro-research - a process understandable and accessible to all.
Chris Daplyn, Admap, November 2017, pp. 31-33
Success with data all hinges on brands knowing how to apply it on a human level, otherwise it is at risk of becoming a blunt tool, resulting in communications that are over-personalised and lacking in relevance.
LONDON: Big data is the driving force behind modern marketing, but it can seem overwhelming at times, so marketers should adopt six key steps to help them make the most of the mass of information, according to a leading digital specialist.
Scott Symonds, Admap Magazine, October 2014
This article argues that data will become the primary currency of future marketing strategy and that marketers should deploy data to create seamless brand experiences that function across all delivery channels.