"Globally, 48% of the financial services companies say they use AI/Machine learning technology"
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1. Introduction This report is aimed at providing guidance on setting up and running a highly effective programmatic campaign in the present climate. It is intended as an informational tool for advertisers who run their ads programmatically, as an audit guide for agencies that deliver the programmatic activity and as a best practice manual for […]
“AI and Machine Learning is a topic marketers can’t really ignore at the moment”
Blog editor Ben Davis introduces AI and Machine Learning, explaining its importance, and highlighting some of the Econsultancy resources that can help.
According to a 2018 study by Juniper Research, spending by retailers on artificial intelligence tools will grow almost fourfold between 2018 and 2022, reaching $7.3 billion per annum – up from an estimated $2 billion in 2018.
By 2022, the research found that retailers will be investing in AI tools to improve everything from customer service to sentiment analytics, automated marketing and demand forecasting.
Copywriting is an often-overlooked but incredibly impactful art that, when done effectively, can have a hugely beneficial impact on ad click-throughs and campaign conversion rates.
Every year I pick out the digital and marketing trends and developments which I believe will shape the industry and digital/marketing planning and thinking in the year ahead.
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Fuelled by the availability of large data sets, cheap cloud computing power and growing confidence among marketers, machine learning is radically changing the marketing function and the way advertisers can reach their audiences.
I started my chat with Gurman Hundal, CEO of MiQ – programmatic business and sponsors of Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies 2019 report – by asking him about the data challenges marketers are facing.
Valuable marketing insights are hard to find in the mountains of data many marketers are now faced with – resurfacing them requires more sophistication than manual methods can deliver.
Why marketers are struggling to adopt AI
Depending on who is speaking, AI’s potential impact on marketing can vary dramatically. To some, AI is a tool which will help marketers improve performance, to others it’s the technology which will eventually replace us.
But what do marketers think about AI now? Are they integrating it into their daily marketing activities – or are they still trying to figure it out? Jeff Rajeck summarises some of the key takeaways from a recent Econsultancy roundtable.