Sit in the brand’s real strengths and maybe more importantly, weaknesses. Don’t just do a SWOT analysis, but have the hard conversations.
Tag: Brands & Agencies
The industry is moving fast, and in order to keep up you have to keep your skills sharp. You have to practice all 4 of these areas; Synergy, Manage, Think and Do. You have to stay crisp, or your tenure is likely to slide even more.
With 80 percent of customers saying they are likely to switch brands after a single bad experience, identifying and delivering on customer expectations is more important than ever before.
It’s a misconception that only big brands advertise on Amazon. Amazon Ads products are designed for everyone, including small businesses, and have helped these businesses grow their sales.
There are shoppers around the world—right this second—looking for products just like yours. So why not help get your brand in front of them?
Today, we sit at a new inflection point for digital. If our industry nails this, we are positioned to reach our incredible potential.
Increased B2B spend is a positive development, but it isn’t enough to drive brand to the bottom line. To do that and to fully realize a marketing mandate, money needs to be well spent, not merely spent.
Cheetos and Amazon Ads seamlessly integrated their strengths, leveraging the extensive consumer touchpoints across Amazon channels and the inventive storytelling of Cheetos.
Advertisers will need to take a moment of bravery and recognize that they need to break from the past and shift what they measure and value. The result will be a better Internet and better business results.
Brands that demonstrate how they’re keeping audiences rooted in what’s real – whatever that means to them – and supporting them from being overwhelmed amid an algorithmic apocalypse will resonate.
Once marketers and advertisers understand their audience’s activities across various digital domains, including things like social media, streaming, gaming and shopping apps (and TikTok of course!), they can use this intelligence to capture waning attention in the most effective way possible.
Becoming customer-centric and data-driven requires dedication, but the long-term rewards for your business are significant. Embracing a coherent, first-party data plan will help you to truly understand and serve your customers better.
Leveraging MMM can help marketers understand “hybrid” shopper journeys and the synergies between retail media and other channels, which has the potential to drive efficiency and unlock incremental ROI.
But what were the major discussions? Which topics will likely shape the industry in 2024? Here are my four key takeaways from the most important topics discussed at the event.
In the evolving marketing landscape, OOH is a channel that is often overlooked and misunderstood. It is an iconic means to build brand awareness, but marketers should not be scared of adding OOH to their performance marketing strategies as well.
Consumers would prefer to browse social feeds, swipe through reels, or watch videos without interruption. Downtime is precious, and watching ads isn’t as entertaining as those other activities!
It’s not the first time the ad industry has been under pressure though and disruption is often necessary to drive evolution. It remains to be seen what the next few years for ad-based freemium hold but one thing’s for certain, it won’t look the same as it does today.
The recent narrative of social media platforms has been dense, fast-moving, unpredictable, and often hyperbolic, perhaps leaving marketers feeling like they need a fortune teller, seer, or psychic to make good, future-proofed decisions around them.
We caught up with Ryan Stewart, Head of Publisher Acquisition at MGID, to find out about his role, and his approach to facing these challenges head on.
As audiences have grown more fragmented across channels, brands are looking for more efficient and effective ways to connect and engage with them.