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5 reasons marketers are embarrassed by their customer relationships

This year’s Oracle Marketing Cloud Interact conference brought together 1100 marketers to discuss the role of modern marketing, and the key ingredients, including technology, CMOs need to get there. A completely different but related theme was simultaneously circulating around breakout sessions and CMO’s discussions with customers at the event: Embarrassment.

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How data analytics is driving sponsorship for Football NSW

When it comes to getting sponsorship for sporting events and clubs, Football NSW knows how important data is in making a compelling proposition. CEO of Football NSW, Eddie Moore, talks about the not-for-profit’s use of data analytics for driving revenue and investment into the game.

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CMO TV: ADMA Global Forum 2014

CMO catches up with marketers from Cirque Du Soleil and Western Union, plus marketing technologist guru, Scott Brinker, and ADMA's Jodie Sangster, at this year's ADMA Global Forum 2014

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How Dark Social is affecting your content marketing strategy

Publishers have always known social media likes and shares does not paint a complete picture of how their content is being passed along. Social sharing and search has never been able to entirely account for the number of visitors they receive via deep links.

Digital Marketing

In pictures: ADMA Global Forum 2014

CMO headed down to this year's ADMA Global Forum at Sydney's Hilton Hotel on 29-30 July to hear from some of the world's finest marketing and customer engagement minds. Here we present pictorial highlights from the event

Digital Marketing

Brands need to seek startup soul mates

Kodak might be thriving today if the camera business had made an early purchase of Instagram, according to Evol8tion CEO, Joseph Jaffe.

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Brands battle for way forward in IT/marketing relationship

If you have seen Accenture Interactive's latest report, you’ll know that while several CMOs and CIOs find their relationship to be mutually beneficial, plenty more still haven’t worked out how to bridge the gap between the two sides.

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Why direct response advertising is winning this year

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, brands around the globe are going into hibernation and waiting out the ongoing storm. CMOs have dramatically slashed their budgets across every single form of media, digital included.

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Taking back control of your tech

To win in customer experience, brands need to take back control of their technology.

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VP, managing director, R/GA Australia

Brands with internal customer insights capability will survive and even thrive

According to The Australian Bureau of Statistics, two-thirds of Australian businesses across all sectors have reported taking a hit to revenue or cash flow due to COVID-19. About one in 10 said they have paused trading altogether. In 70 per cent of cases, this was due to COVID-19.

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