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Seven top challenges to integrated marketing

With only a week to go before the opening gala of Integrated Marketing Week in New York (June 10th - 13th) we're finishing up our posts talking about some of the preliminary findings from the report that's premiering at the event.

Today: the top seven challenges to integration (and how success means going back to the creative drawing board.)

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Our Integrated Marketing Week Hangout: Managing Integration is live! #IMW13

https://assets.econsultancy.com/images/resized/0003/3831/imweek_logo-blog-third.pngWelcome to our latest Live Integrated Marketing Week hangout: Managing Integration.

Today our own Stefan Tournquist is joined by Kendra Bracken-Ferguson  cofounder and COO of Digital Brand Architects, and Scott Molitor, a managing principal at the Acxiom Institute.

If you have any questions for our panel, you can post in the comments here, or use the hashtag #IMW13 on Twitter.

Watch the hangout live now...

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Does tech really improve integrated marketing? 1,000+ marketers help us look at the connection

We’re two weeks away from Integrated Marketing Week in New York (June 10-13th), and are looking at a few of the topline findings from the report we’ll be premiering at the event. 

Today: is there a connection between the technology and success at integrated marketing?

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Six brands that have been busy experimenting with Google Hangouts

We’ve been keen exponents of Google Hangouts for some time here at Econsultancy as they’re a great way of sharing content and promoting our brand.

In recent weeks we’ve hosted several Hangouts as part of our preparations for Integrated Marketing Week which has helped us to identify and iron out a few bugs with the system.

Our head of social Matt Owen has become something of an expert on Hangouts as a result and yesterday blogged his tips for hosting a successful event.

Currently I feel that Hangouts are one of the few reasons for bothering with G+ as user interaction with brand updates is generally extremely low.

And on the same theme, here are six examples of other brands that have been experimenting with Google Hangouts...

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Data from 1,000+ marketers identifies the #1 enemy of marketing integration

Econsultancy’s report on marketing integration won’t be published until Integrated Marketing Week in June, but we wanted to preview some of the top line findings from our survey of over 1,000 marketers and agency pros. 

In this post, we look at the building blocks of integration and its number one enemy, human nature (and what to do about it.)

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Integrated Marketing Week 2013: Seth Sarelson on integrating with data

Data, data, data. It's the core of what good marketers are doing and it's fingers are reaching into every corner of the business. And with this data we are finally seeing the benefits of integrated campaigns, products and teams.

As part of the lead up to Integrated Marketing Week, we spoke to Seth Sarelson, RevTrax COO & co-founder, about how data is affecting what we are doing, how we can integrate and how these changes are affecting the retail market.

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Organizational transformation doesn't happen overnight

One of the main five themes of our upcoming Integrated Marketing Week in June is about managing integration in your organization. This is a complex area so we are exploring how companies are dealing with it from an organizational structures perspective, how they can resource correctly and work with and manage agencies and vendors.

During our JUMP conference in January, we asked that exact question to some of our speakers and so we looked back at a couple of the videos to find out more about what other marketers are trying to accomplish with integration across their organization.

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