Kantar

Digital Marketing

Kantar: Measuring what matters

​The issue of measurement and metrics has become somewhat polarised in recent years, with a focus on what is ‘good’ or ‘bad’. In fact, rather than ‘either/or’ when it comes to measurement of campaigns, everyone should be concentrating on ‘and’ and bringing everything together.

Leadership

Kantar: brand trust can no longer be assumed

​Brand trust can no longer be assumed, it must be earned, and consumers now require brands to prove they are trustworthy through identification, integrity, and inclusion.

Leadership

Latest report links brand value and CX to business growth

​The importance of building brands and customer experience has never been more vital for the bottom line and shareholder value. This is just one of the findings from the WPP BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2018 report.

Leadership

Kantar: Customer journeys must be redefined

Empowerment of customers has required almost every business to transform, whether they know it or not, and customer journeys need to be ex-examined if true CX transformation is to be achieved.

Social Media

Twitter looks to cash in on TV-related tweets overseas

Real-time chatter about television abounds on Twitter, offering a potentially lucrative opportunity for advertising. The social network is looking to make the most of it, announcing a series of deals Monday to better monetize tweets about TV shows around the world.

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Is customer segmentation dead?

Ginni Rometty, the CEO of IBM, announced the death of customer segmentation five years ago saying, "The shift is to go from the segment to the individual. She might have been a bit premature for most marketers, but if customer segmentation isn't dead yet, it's definitely on life support.

Richard Taylor

Senior digital strategist, Spinach

How people buy brands

Andrew Ehrenberg was a giant in the field of marketing science. He believed scientific methods could reveal law-like patterns of how people buy. In this post, I summarise one of Ehrenberg’s most important discoveries and its implications on how people buy brands.

Kyle Ross

Strategist, TRP

Is artificial intelligence riddled with bias?

The purpose of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has always been to replace the menial and repetitive tasks we do each day in every sector, so that we can concentrate on doing what we do best. Saving time and money has certainly been a decent outcome as AI infiltrates the business landscape, however, now we are starting to see problems that cause major issues in practice.

Katja Forbes

Founder and chief, sfyte

At the deeper levels of artificial intelligence, computing machines make all kinds of correlations among whatever data is available to th...

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Is artificial intelligence riddled with bias? - Customer Design - CMO Australia

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The Star's first CMO creates all-new marketing team

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Good tips to follow. Thank you!

Anna Travis

5 things every business can do to drive brand loyalty

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Thank you! That was useful to know.

Belia Adam

Why your best social marketing brand tool could be hiding in plain sight

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