Following are the reports and research we have on multichannel marketing. Some of the reports specifically address multi-channel marketing, others refer to multichannel and we've included those too. Let us know if you can't find what you're looking for on multichannel marketing and we might be able to point you in the right direction.
The State of Digital Marketing in Australia report, published by Econsultancy in association with Marketing Magazine, looks in detail at the current level of spending across different marketing channels, how companies are measuring marketing effectiveness and examines the existing levels of industry skills and knowledge.
Download the final report in this series (Leveraging the Community) here.
Online Communities is a multipart series that guides marketers through the construction, upkeep, and leverage of a digital community. The four reports in this series aim to help marketers learn the best ways to conduct conversations across multiple platforms, understand the utility of email marketing, gather feedback, offer support, and, finally, convert community members into buyers.
The Christmas 2012 Online Shopping Survey Report, free to registered Econsultancy users, is based on a survey of 1,000 consumers in the UK and another 1,000 in the US, carried out using Toluna QuickSurveys, in January 2013. The findings not only confirm the growth of online retail, but also show how consumers’ research and purchase patterns are changing thanks to the influence of mobile, as well as services offered by retailers such as Click and Collect.
Econsultancy's South-East Asia Digital Marketing Trends Briefing focuses on the key trends, challenges and solutions for digital marketers in South-East Asia. Based on roundtables from Digital Cream Singapore, held on 29th November 2012, the briefing has been co-authored by ten independent marketing experts who also acted as moderators for the roundtables at Digital Cream.
The Key Digital Trends for 2013 infographic looks at what marketers see as the most important trends in the next 12 months. The infographic sums up the key findings of the eighth Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in association with Adobe.
Econsultancy's latest Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, aims to distil a plethora of data and discussion points into some key digital trends, challenges and opportunities which organisations are (or should be) paying close attention to during 2013. The report is based on a survey of around 700 business respondents.
Two keynote presentations from Econsultancy's Digital Cream Singapore 2012 event on 29th November 2012, where Asia's most senior client-side digital marketers gathered to discuss and explore the latest best practices on e-marketing procurement, business cases, investment, ROI, and suppliers selection. Delegates also discussed their future online stratgies and compared them with like-minded peers.
From a November 2012 presentation by Stefan Tornquist (VP of research, US for Econsultancy) at AdTech New York.
The Making Sense of Marketing Attribution infographic shows how companies are using marketing attribution, what the barriers to success are and the five steps companies need to take to master attribution. The data in the infographic is taken from the seventh Econsultancy / Adobe Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing.
Econsultancy's seventh Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, is dedicated to Making Sense of Marketing Attribution. The briefing looks in detail at how organisations can overcome obstacles to success, and how they can work towards best practice. The research is based on a survey of more than 700 digital professionals working for both client-side marketing teams and agencies.