Built on the foundations of our previous, highly renowned report, Econsultancy's Email Marketing Best Practice Guide is a comprehensive document that will help you understand everything you need to know about this complex channel. At nearly 200 pages long, this guide contains lots of actionable, practical tips and best practice examples.
Written by experienced blogger, writer and consultant Neil Perkin, the Insourcing and Outsourcing: Striking the Right Balance for Digital Success report aims to determine some of the key challenges, approaches and also opportunities around the balance between insourcing and outsourcing of digital marketing capability.
The Real-Time Marketing Report, published by Econsultancy in association with Monetate, provides a snapshot of real-time marketing in 2014 that marketers can use as a baseline when assessing their plans for this year and beyond. The research looks at where organisations are in their quest to become real-time marketers, what advantages early adopters are seeing and what’s been holding back those who are gearing up now.
How much impact does the ease and speed of use of email marketing technology have on email marketing success? That’s the question at the heart of the Email Marketing Speed Imperative study, publshed by Econsultancy in association with dotMailer. Specifically, does the ease of use of a specific email marketing tool affect the daily practice of email – does time saved (or wasted) affect the bottom line?
The 2014 Media Growth Study explores how media and related technology companies are responding to market changes, investing in technology and developing new products. Produced in partnership with JEGI, the report is built around a survey of over 339 executives (79% C-level) in addition to a number of interviews to provide context around the numbers.
The Technology for Ecommerce Report, published by Econsultancy in association with Neoworks, explores the most important aspects of ecommerce functionality and integration, and how companies rate the performance of their solutions in these areas. The research, based on a survey of more than 500 client-side and agency respondents, also looks at spending trends, challenges and the use of implementers and integrators.
Econsultancy's Internet Statistics Compendium is a compilation of internet statistics and online market research with data, facts, charts and figures. Updated monthly, the various global and country-specific documents contain thousands of stats and figures. A huge time-saver for presentations and reports.
The 2014 Digital Trends infographic highlights the key digital trends, challenges and opportunities which marketers need to be aware of during 2014, covering topics ranging from customer experience and mobile to cross-channel marketing and email. The infographic sums up the key findings of Econsultancy's Q1 2014 Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in association with Adobe.
The Marketing Budgets 2014 infographic looks in detail at how companies are allocating their online and offline marketing budgets in 2014, comparing spending trends – and ability to measure ROI – across different 'traditional' and digital channels. The infographic sums up the key findings of the Marketing Budgets 2014 Report, produced in association with Responsys.
The findings build on the trends shown in last year's report; the growth of ecommerce, driven in part through an increased use of smartphones and tablets for online shopping, and improving user experience and services such as click and collect.