What happened to business in 2017? Like last year, I’ve split 2017 in review into several posts. Yesterday we covered the last year in general and today’s post is about the reviewing the past year in business, from analytics & BI to e-commerce and privacy. ANALYTICS / BIG DATA / MEASUREMENT The State of Marketing […]
Are you seeking a crystal ball to tell you what the future holds for advertising? Look no further! 2018 AND BEYOND So far I’ve covered the following topics in previous posts: The future in general. This post covers consumers & demographics, the environment, food, health, marketing, privacy, science, travel, Ad Spend in 2018+. This post covers ad spend globally, cinema ad spend, digital […]
There are 6 dimensions in earned marketing. Earned marketing, like owned marketing, is not media. Earned marketing cannot be paid for like media, nor can it be controlled by the brand like owned marketing.
There are 6 dimensions in owned marketing. You’ve likely heard of owned media, but really, this is not media, it is marketing. In the past, owned marketing has been called “below the line marketing”. That is, all marketing activities that specifically are not media.
There are 8 dimensions in paid marketing or media if you prefer. Out of the 3 types of marketing – paid, owned and earned – paid is the only one that is in fact media or advertising.
Do KPIs depend on your campaign objective? Is the click through, the cost per acquisition or other metric a relevant KPI (key performance indicator) regardless of your campaign objective?
When’s the last time you looked at your performance? Are you currently measureing digital marketing results for your online efforts?
Wondering where technology will take us? I’ve assembled here predictions from known experts on where & how they see technology evolving in the coming years, from 2017 onwards.
Wondering what’s in store for business in general for the future? Wonder no more! Below you will find more than what you were hoping for.
Unrealistic expectations come from blind ignorance: assuming you know something when you don’t. In fact, you’re likely missing too many pieces to actually be able to set expectations.