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SaleCycle specialises in email and on-site remarketing (otherwise know as behavioural marketing) and the company's head of product, Michael Barber, is this week's Day in the Life interviewee.
Read on to find out what Michael has to say, and don't forget to visit the Econsultancy jobs board if you're thinking of finding a new position yourself.
High street retail hasn't changed much in the last few decades.
Yep, there's click and collect and online returns but, as in years gone by, product buyers decide what will sell by using a mix of nous and trends analysis.
AI (of course), robotic exoskeletons, and badly judged TV adverts (of course) are all in the news this week.
Here's some stuff you might have missed...
Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone in January of 2007.
It turned out to be an important moment in technology, society more generally and, ergo, for marketers, too. But what about in the intervening years (10 at time of writing), what were the biggest moments in marketing?
Here's my attempt at a list of 15. In what you may think of as a cop out, I haven't ranked each event (my head is safely below the parapet).
There's a greasy feel to this week's digital news, with a couple of fast food stories to start.
Other morsels of interest include AR adverts, some stock market joy, smart speakers and some masterly marketing from Nike.
Do you want fries with that?
Brand marketers, agencies, consultants, designers and PRs, you have until Monday 15th May to enter the biggest and best marketing awards around.
Here's what you need to know about the Masters of Marketing Awards 2017...
I've been on holiday, so this month's roundup of APAC digital marketing stats is a little late.
Apologies for that, but there's still plenty of interesting stats to consume, from India's Facebook boom to the number of APAC companies undergoing digital transformation.
As ever, check out the Internet Statistics Compendium for more.
Financial services are being unbundled as the internet allows consumers to shop around, rather than be beholden to the big old bank that provides their current account.
Digital challenger brands in financial services understand that for many consumers, the online experience is more important than the offline experience. Many of these brands also have the advantage of being untainted by previous misdemeanours of incumbents in the industry – they don't have to walk such a fine line when championing transparency and fairness.
Alphabet subsidiaries Verily Life Sciences and DeepMind Health have announced some of the most exciting digital and tech projects in healthcare over the past year.
I've rounded up six of the most intriguing, including apps, hardware and data management.
Tej Rekhi is VP of product strategy at wayve, a SAAS ad platform. We spoke to him to find out how he navigates the complex world of ad tech.
As ever, if you're looking for new opportunities yourself, check out the Econsultancy jobs board.
The UK general election and Trump's 100-day milestone seem to have contributed to a subdued week of digital news.
However, there are still some important factoids and stories to chew on, not least the appearance of emoji gargoyles in the Netherlands.
What is a customer mental model?
Simply put, a mental model is what the user believes about a particular system. This system doesn't have to be a digital product or service, it could be anything from a supermarket store to the entire end-to-end journey of buying a car.