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Ready and raring for some stats? This week’s roundup includes news about marketing emails, ad viewability, social media activism and ever so much more.
From fitness trackers that monitor our heart rate and physical activity, to smartphone apps that assess our quality of sleep or help us keep tabs on our mental health, more and more of us are using technology to store and track health data.
The existence of this type of technology is an important step towards giving consumers more control over their own health and wellbeing, and in many cases dramatically improving their quality of life.
Interest rates are on the rise in the US and banks, eager to lure depositors, are finally beginning to increase the rates they offer depositors.
Econsultancy’s Digital Trends 2018 report, published in association with Adobe, delves into the biggest trends that are set to impact companies in the near future.
This year, the report – which is based on a global survey of 12,795 marketing, creative and technology professionals – also strives to identify how top-performing companies are setting themselves apart from their peers.
Chatbots have gone in and out of favour during the past couple of years. First touted as the ‘next big thing’ for marketing, many brand examples have since died a death due to the tech lacking sophistication or failing to provide any real relevance for consumers.
That being said, the fashion and beauty industries still appear attached to the concept, with many more brands launching AI-powered chatbots in the past year or so.
Some predict that Artificial Intelligence will drive the next industrial revolution. What is certain is that over the next few years AI will become more important to marketers.
But to unlock AI’s huge potential you need an AI strategy. Here are five Ps to help you develop yours.
What better way to kick off the most festive month of the year than with a run-down of digital marketing stats?
Go on, grab and mince pie, you’re officially allowed now…
Time to sink your teeth into some juicy stats.
This week we’ve got news about ad fraud, seasonal emails, and mobile tech. If the roundup isn’t enough to satisfy, be sure to head over to the Internet Statistics Compendium for lots more.
UK recruitment agency HR GO plc used a combination of innovative biometrics testing and AI technology to increase website conversions by 153% in four weeks.
Global fashion retailer works with cloud technology consultancy Amido to develop solution that reduced friction at the checkout, increased conversion and boosted social sharing.
Using Marin Social’s split testing functionality, Jeep was able to scale up its Facebook activity.
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From the Blog
It’s a fascinating roundup of digital marketing stats this week, featuring just how much extra money data literate companies make, and how many paid brand collaborations are disclosed by influencers on social media.
At the Festival of Marketing 2018, Jon Davies, head of digital at Vodafone, revealed some fascinating insights about the development and success of TOBi, the commerce-enabled chatbot that helps people buy new phones and SIM only plans.
Jade Price, Insights Manager Europe at IHG, is one of the most fascinating speakers that will be presenting at 2018’s Festival of Marketing.
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