Programmatic Advertising

Digital Marketing

Fairfax calls in Google for adtech, digital audience efforts

Fairfax has struck a deal with Google to bolster its programmatic advertising and digital audience efforts across flagship media titles including The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, the Australian Financial Review and Canberra Times.

The 4-point plan needed to address media supply chain chaos

​Ebiquity chief strategy officer, Nick Manning, delivered a scathing review of the media supply chain at last week’s AANA event, attacking programmatic and highlighting some of the other major challenges associated with the lack of media transparency in the advertising industry.

Leadership

CMO interview: Spearheading the global rebranding of OFX

​Rebranding six distinct brands globally into one streamlined entity isn’t a task for the fainthearted. But add in Brexit, a rapidly evolving fintech market, the need to shift from acquisition to more lifecycle-led marketing, and the adoption of programmatic advertising, and you’d be right in thinking OFX marketing chief, Rebecca Shears, has her work cut out for her.

Digital Marketing

APEX and Red Planet strike consumer data sharing deal

Qantas data business, Red Planet, has struck a deal with the Australian Premium Exchange (APEX) to combine its consumer data with premium advertising inventory across the Fairfax Media and Nine sites.

Digital Marketing

Getting the lowdown on people-based marketing

It’s a no-brainer that marketers want to reach their intended audience in the most efficient way possible. This promise of greater efficiency lies at the heart of the concept of people-based marketing, a digitally driven method of finding and serving the right advertising and content to the right individuals.

Digital Marketing

Don't get blinded by programmatic science

Not only is programmatic advertising unsophisticated today, consumer experiences of what the industry considers sophisticated are mostly terrible.

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Why doing your job well is the key to innovation

The words ‘power company’ and ‘innovation’ probably don’t seem like a natural combination. In fact, when I first went for a marketing role with an electricity company, I semi-dreaded the work I thought I’d be doing.

Catherine Anderson

Head of marketing, Powershop Australia

The great unlearning: How brands can assist with the adoption of voice

Mainstream adoption of voice technology will be all about what consumers are learning not to do.

Ash Mustchin

Director, digital and experiences, Principals

Why getting intimate is key to creating a great customer experience

According to CMO’s State of the CMO 2017 research, 83 per cent of CMOs believe customer experience to be central to their role. An interesting stat considering few of us experience great brand experiences.

Pip Stocks

CEO and founder, BrandHook

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Andrew Ward

Golden Circles invests in content play to drive brand purpose

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Hey Nadia, interesting read. We have all read about what your chatbots should offer or have but haven't came across with anything about w...

Ashish K Jain

What not to do when building chatbots and voice-based brand interactions

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There are some many other great solutions compared to the ones you listed here. Our clients left some of those and switched to MARA (getM...

Alexandru Rada

CMO's top 10 martech stories for the week - 9 June

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Charming Shane. You know this is a public forum, right ?

Peter Strohkorb

​CMO Interview: Why aligning sales and marketing drives innovation at Konica Minolta

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I agree customer intimacy is a great way of creating better customer experience. Especially in the Insurance and Financial industry. Her...

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Why getting intimate is key to creating a great customer experience and optimising customer value

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