Internet advertising will surpass traditional TV advertising globally for the first time this year while social media is set to beat out newspapers by 2019, the latest Zenith Advertising Expenditure Forecasts reports.
A new list of Australia and the world’s most ‘meaningful’ brands has found fewer than half of consumers see organisations contributing to their well-being and quality of life and that most are failing to resonate because of the quality of their content.
Australian businesses may be talking innovation, but most don’t have the processes and support to be able to achieve sustainable innovation within their organisations, new research claims.
IT vendors and professional services consultancies are increasingly competing against traditional agencies for acquisitions in the marketing services space, according to a new report.
2016 was the year of measurement as marketing executives put data-driven marketing and advertising at the heart of their engagement strategy, the new Global Review of Data-Driven Marketing and Advertising report claims.
Artificial intelligence is the new user interface, workplace hierarchies are disappearing and technology design decisions must be made by humans for humans in order to realise desired outcomes, according to the latest Accenture technology trends report.
Several years ago, Gartner gained notoriety for suggesting CMOs will be spending more than their IT counterparts on technology by 2017. Well, according to the research firm, that premise is set to come true, as marketers look to up spend on a host of capabilities across the martech stack.
Predictive analytics, the Internet of Things and machine learning are all being touted as top technologies that will improve engagement with customers, even if marketers can’t agree which to prioritise, a new international survey reports.
Poor understanding of the connected customer journey across all touchpoints and data utilisation woes means CMOs continue to struggle to deliver on the promise of omni-channel alignment across digital and physical worlds, a new report claims.
Australian consumers are increasingly aware of the value of their personal data, and would put a $50 price tag on their contact details and online behavioural intelligence if they could, a new report has found.
Digital video and mobile are continuing their ascent as preferred online advertising channels for Australian brands, chalking up 43.8 per cent and 56.6 per cent year-on-year growth respectively, IAB’s latest research has found.
Two-thirds of consumer and business buyers are likely to switch brands if they are treated as a number rather than an individual, a new report claims.
A new global report has found more than half of CMOs expect artificial intelligence to have a greater impact on marketing and communications than social media ever had.
Agencies are stepping up their use of attribution modelling, ad fraud detection, data management platforms, brand safety and ad viewability tracking as they strive for more effective results, a new report from IAB has found.
A new report has found more than half of Australia’s digital ad inventory remained unviewed even as pressure mounts on how to improve viewability across the industry.
A new survey by IDC in the US has pitched marketing technology vendors against each other by looking at their “cutting edge” credentials with marketers.
Customer experiences with Australian and New Zealand brands are getting worse, not better, if a new report is to be believed.
Only one in three Australian marketers say they’re in control of the many consumer touchpoints available to them thanks to the digital and social explosion, according to a new report.
TV research and marketing firm, ThinkTV, is looking to quantify the value and return on investment for television advertisers in Australia with a new $1 million research study.
In any given year, more than 80 percent of consumers try to reach a brand, and for most of them, it's an exercise in frustration, according to new data from The Northridge Group.
Digital ad spend might be growing by double digits, but GroupM has still written down its global ad expenditure forecast for 2016 from 4.5 per cent to 4 per cent after witnessing slowing growth in the emerging markets of China and Brazil.