Welcome to The Week in Digital Transformation, our regular round-up containing everything you need to know about news, research, analysis and ideas on digital transformation from the past week.
This week’s stats roundup includes news about Amazon, digital ad formats, mobile sales, and much more.
Perhaps more associated with cheap and cheerful thank you cards – stationery isn’t exactly the sexiest of products.
The market seems to have gone through something of a resurgence in recent years, however, partly thanks to a swathe of cool new brands like Papier.
Mary Keane-Dawson believes that something is fundamentally broken about the way we advertise.
One of the key panel sessions at Ometria’s Lifecycle ’18 conference this week was all about customer loyalty.
Specifically, what makes a loyal customer, and how can ecommerce brands instil loyalty after the very first purchase?
Econsultancy recently surveyed over 500 marketers across the Asia-Pacific region for its report, State of B2B Ecommerce in ANZ, Southeast Asia and India, published in association with Magento.
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Abi Ellis is Executive Creative Director at Wunderman UK, a global digital agency that combines creativity with data.
She has more than 20 years’ experience as a creative director, and talks about her role with passion, vim and quirky humour. Econsultancy caught up with her to find out about a day in her life.
Running a client-side RFP process for the first time can be a daunting task.
I was on holiday in Cornwall last week and a friendly shopkeeper selling me some cider, scones and pasties asked if my wife and I had been serenading our 9-month old son with the Baby Shark Song.
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming more important for consumers and, consequently, marketers.
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According to Outsmart, out of home advertising grew 5.3% from Q1 2017 to reach £267 million in Q1 2018.
In 2018, content is still “king” – and we need more of it than ever before.
Kat Knocker is customer director at Tails.com, the tailor-made subscription dog food service, and is also one of the excellent speakers at 2018’s Festival of Marketing (get your tickets here).
Some search experts are saying that the ranking factors studies churned out annually by SEO agencies and vendors are a waste of time. How true is that? And why might they be losing their relevance?
Gavin McNicholl is head of production at Vungle, a specialist in mobile video advertising. Here we find out what his typical day looks like.
Using social media is second nature for Generation Z. This demographic (born after 1994) have grown up with smartphones glued to their fingertips, and see every moment through a social lens.
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This week we’ve got news about data privacy, event marketing, brand relevance, and ever so much more.
In a recent post I explored why content has never had to work harder to reach audiences – how, when, and where they want to experience it.
Here I look at how publishers and content owners can get more mileage from their content by using the right architecture and tools to reach more devices.
Most marketers are familiar with the concept of user experience (UX) design in relation to their brand and ecommerce website.
But many may not necessarily have had the opportunity to examine the real value it can bring for their customers, their brand and their business.
Social media is all about communities. Understanding what fuels the connections within these groups is key to creating effective campaigns, especially for original programming, which often creates passionate and invested audiences.
Are you in touch with your emotions?
Well, your favourite brand might soon be, all thanks to emotion detection and recognition technology – a market that’s predicted to grow to $65 billion by 2023.