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How Humanitix uses martech to drive personalised engagement at scale

Adopting marketing technologies often goes hand-in-hand with a desire to automate communications and customer engagement. But for the team at Australian ticketing platform provider, Humanitix, seamless integration of CRM into every step of its operating model has delivered capability to provide a human touch at scale.

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15 brands jumping into NFTs

Non-Fungible Tokens, or NFTs, have become the latest hot digital item and brands are clamouring to embrace them. From community engagement to creative expression, raising funds for not-for-profits, lead generation, campaign promotion and influencer marketing, brand uses cases of NFTs are already wide in scope.

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Why Sendle has created a social design system

Social is the ecosystem of choice for small businesses, from marketing to gathering inspiration and selling to prospective customers. So creating a social design system that could enable Sendle to live and adapt in this environment was a no brainer for its chief marketing and customer officer, Eva Ross.

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McDonalds, Target, GM marketers: Digital acceleration is about delivering a human touch

The pandemic may have been a time of digital acceleration, but it’s brought with it the tools and tenacity to enable brands to find more human connections with customers and employees. That is at least is the view of marketing and digital leaders from McDonalds, General Motors, Target US, Instacart and Salesforce, who participated in a panel discussion at the Consumer Electronics Show.

Digital Marketing

Explainer: What marketers need to know about cryptocurrency

To the uninitiated, cryptocurrencies can raise thoughts of unbelievable volatility and a currency type that offers safe harbour to the kind of people who would otherwise reject oversight of their financial dealings.

Digital Marketing

Top 21 CMO stories of 2021

As we wave goodbye to the year that was 2021, CMO presents our top 21 stories of the year across CMO Australia based on audience engagement.

Strategy

12 CX predictions for 2022

As we usher in 2022, CMO asked the industry to share their top predictions around customer experience capability and culture, from the tech innovations driving its advancement, through to communication trends, measurement and the very human elements required in every CX approach.

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Blog Posts

How the pandemic revealed the antidote to marketing’s image problem

What does marketing truly ‘own’ in most organisations? Brand and campaigns, definitely. Customer experience? That remains contested ground.

Murray Howe

Founder, The Markitects

Still pursuing a 360-degree view of the customer?

On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” It may have been true in 1993 when this caption to a Peter Steiner cartoon appeared in the New Yorker. But after 30 years online, it’s no longer the case.

Agility in 2022

Only the agile will survive and thrive in this environment and that’s why in 2022, agility will need to be a whole-business priority.

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Melbourne bureau chief, Alpha Digital

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