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The traditional funnel no longer works. It assumes audiences are linear and predictable in their behaviour. At the same time, it doesn’t take into account the fact that people will act the way they want to act, rather than sticking to a sequence designed by marketers. To help marketers break free from these processes that are stopping them from capitalising on the opportunities that more agile, disruptive companies are enjoying, The New Marketing Reality report, produced in association with IBM Watson Marketing, identifies some key areas ripe for change.
This year's B2B Digital Trends report, published in association with Adobe, draws on the input of more than 1,000 global B2B professionals. As the fifth annual report on B2B in digital, our latest edition deviates from the tendency of past reports to ennumerate ways in which B2C trails B2B, instead evaluating similarities and providing useful projections of the future.
The Customer Recognition Report, produced in association with Epsilon and Conversant, explores where marketing is today in its pursuit of personalized promotion and finds a stark gap between perception and reality. The report is based on a survey of 220 executives with knowledge of their organization's measurement and analytics capabilities.
This State of Marketing Attribution report is produced by Econsultancy in association with AdRoll and explores the tools and processes employed for attribution, as well as the potential barriers to effective use of the capability.
The Embracing Digital Transformation in the Pharma and Healthcare Sectors report looks at the opportunities that digital presents in these sectors, how they are responding to the changing needs of customers, the challenges companies are facing in digitally transforming themselves and how they are approaching these challenges.
In Beyond Brexit, Econsultancy looks back on the lessons marketers must learn. We examine how brands can future-proof their strategies against similar periods of uncertainty, establish contingencies and create enough organisational agility to roll with the political, economic and cultural punches. The report explores the global impact of Brexit on digitally-driven, marketing-led brands from the perspectives of talent, data, technology and analytics.
This Secrets of Elite Analytics Practices report is produced by Econsultancy in association with IBM and explores the relationship between the effort to improve customer experience and business results. The report examines a variety of different disciplines within analytics for their maturity and impact on KPIs.
This Trends and Priorities report, focused on the media and entertainment sectors, is produced by Econsultancy in association with Adobe and explores an industry caught between its past and future, with many having high aspirations but held back by culture and siloed budgets.
The Measurement and Analytics Report 2016, produced by Econsultancy in partnership with analytics consultancy Lynchpin for the ninth year running, looks at how organisations are using data strategically and tactically to generate insights and to improve business performance. The research, based on a survey of almost 1,000 digital professionals, also focuses on the important role for data and analytics in supporting their attempts to build a competitive advantage by becoming more customer-centric.
As the popularity of programmatic continues to grow, many are still finding their way. Although marketers are improving their knowledge in the field, there are still problems to overcome before the majority of companies are ready to fully integrate programmatic into their campaigns. The CMO's Guide to Programmatic, produced by Econsultancy in partnership with AudienceScience, identifies what challenges remain and how CMOs can work to solve them.