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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

Let’s delve into some stats, shall we?

This week’s roundup includes news about product thinking, programmatic media, and artificial intelligence. Be sure to check out the Internet Statistics Compendium while you’re here - there's lots more included.

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Six tips for influencer marketing success

Brands have embraced influencer marketing and are now collectively spending billions of dollars a year on influencer marketing campaigns.

But despite the spend, many brands aren't realizing influencer marketing's full potential. 

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How top-performing digital companies use “product thinking” to succeed [Stats]

In order for companies to succeed in the age of digital transformation, it is not only critical to be able to design, build and maintain digital tools and platforms, but also to support those tools with the right way of thinking.

Some businesses are achieving this by combining product development techniques from the world of software development with a start-up mindset, an approach known as “product thinking”.

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MoviePass has disrupted the movie business, but will it win?

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Critics of an American service called MoviePass have been quick to point to this old adage, and for seemingly good reason: the service offers subscribers the ability to go to one movie every day for $9.99 per month – less than the cost of a single movie ticket in many cities.

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Harnessing martech: Opportunities, trends, and challenges in 2018

Love it or loathe it, technology is becoming increasingly important to marketers. 

Econsultancy has journaled the adoption of marketing technology by brands for many years and our recent Digital Intelligence Briefing survey found that companies with an integrated technology stack are 50% more likely to be 'top-performing' than those with a fragmented approach.

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

It’s that time of the week yet again, when we regale you with the finest digital stats we’ve come across in the past seven days.

This roundup includes news about email open rates, app installs, digital transformation projects, and lots more too.

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Attitudes to predictive marketing changing, but silos & skills still pose challenge

Predictive marketing has grown in maturity over the past couple of years, with many more organisations recognising the benefits of using data to predict how customers might behave in future.

Econsultancy’s ‘Embracing Predictive Marketing’ report, the third in this series, suggests that there has been significant progress made within organisations, largely due to a shift in attitude towards building a data-driven culture. 

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Amazon turns to print to capitalize on the demise of Toys R Us

The demise of Toys R Us has created a multi-billion dollar opportunity for retailers, and many are already jockeying for position in the toy retail market.

Not surprisingly, one of the retailers looking to pounce is Amazon. But Amazon apparently isn't assuming that its dominant position in online retail will automatically translate to toy sales when the holidays come around and there are no more Toys R Us kids.

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How prepared is the marketing industry for Brexit?

Two years on from the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, Brexit continues to be the subject of national debate, as lawmakers, policymakers and decision makers try to determine what it will mean for the country.

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Can cult online brands go mainstream without selling out?

Many brands have bloomed online by forging communities more akin to a subculture of fans than ‘consumers’.

Combining the appeals of ecommerce – low overheads and economies of scale – with an ability to tap incredibly engaged communities using social media and data has played out well for many brands, particularly in the fashion and lifestyle space.

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

This week’s stats round-up is a real sizzler.

It includes news about customer loyalty, mobile search, Facebook reactions, and ever so much more. Check out the Internet Statistics Compendium while you’re at it, too.

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Five reasons US ecommerce won't be dented by the Supreme Court's sales tax ruling

On Thursday, the US Supreme Court issued a decision in a closely-watched case that overturned a prior ruling that online retailers have relied on to avoid collecting sales tax on online purchases.

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