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The link to the survey is available here. The first 50 people to complete the survey will get a free copy of the report.
A few weeks ago I wrote a post that looked at why marketers need to pay attention to the Internet of Things (IoT).
An Econsultancy subscriber posed some interesting questions in the comments section of that post, so this article is an attempt to respond to his points.
“Bots are the new apps” according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella in a keynote given at a Microsoft developer conference in March 2016.
On the basis of the amount of start-ups working on bot related activities at Web Summit 2016, it would seem as if bots may be about to become mainstream after all.
Last week I attended Web Summit, now one of the world’s largest tech conferences.
Most of the talks that I attended were at the digital marketing stage although I did make time to attend talks at the data and analytics stage, the content maker’s stage and design stage.
Last week I attended Wired 2016, along with other assorted academics, scientists and all sorts of curious minds in between.
This two-day affair is designed to encourage attendees to abandon their comfort zones, discover the world’s most disruptive minds and organisations and examine future technology.
The first banner ad appeared on Hotwired.com, the original website for Wired Magazine all the way back in 1994.
Since then, the time and attention that consumers have to see and consider advertising has reduced significantly.
This is for a number of reasons.
Last week we hosted Get With The Programmatic 2016 (GWTP), a conference designed to demystify programmatic and examine some of the technology steering its use cases.
A key theme that came up several times throughout the day was what marketers require to get started.
Programmatic may be the most exciting thing to happen in marketing since brands started to advertise on the internet.
The promise of programmatic is that mass advertising can be individually tailored to create personalised, one-to-one communications.
At Econsultancy’s Festival of Marketing in 2015, attendees packed out the main hall to listen to a keynote from Colonel Chris Hadfield.
A heavily decorated astronaut, engineer and pilot, Colonel Hadfield talked about overcoming challenges and excelling under pressure, topics that modern marketers, or at least the successful ones, are familiar with.
Just as digital has allowed marketing and ecommerce teams to become more customer centric, digital is also helping HR departments to become more employee centric.
Econsultancy invited 12 senior HR and Learning & Development professionals to our London office to discuss what Digital Transformation means to them.
We wanted to find out how the industry is measuring and improving digital skills and what impact is digital having on organisational structures and procedures? Here’s what we learned.