When it comes to educating others about the marketing and advertising landscape, a university degree, leadership conference, or professional experience typically comes to mind. When a teacher from Aspire Tate Academy in Los Angeles, a school for children in K-6th grade, approached AUDIENCEX to help educate their students, we were more than excited to share our experience with the young scholars and next generation of leaders.Read More
As the number of marketers finding success with social media marketing continues to grow faster than time spent on social platforms, so competition for consumer attention is more fierce than ever before.Read More
Marketers are often expected to be wizards, conjuring results from ethereal & evaporating resource pools. To thrive, they must not only captivate & retain users, in order to justify marketing spend.Read More
Retargeting is a great way way to keep the conversation going with your customers after they leave your site. People that come from paid search but do not convert on their first visit may have a lot of value as prospective customers in the future. So it is important to keep your company top of mind so they are more likely to return to your site when they are ready to convert. Retargeting is key to success here.
As advertisers demand more transparency and consumers demand more privacy, data quality becomes evermore important. How are marketers adjusting to improve accuracy in their campaigns and measurement while maintaining compliance with an ever increasing array of privacy laws? In short, they are investing more heavily in data.Read More
Whether it’s the inherent fresh feeling of a new year or the strategic marketing of homegoods sales in January coupled with the brilliant release timing of a Netflix show that turns tidying into a litmus test for joy, each new year comes with new resolutions to clean up. Marketers are no exception.
Indeed, when discussing predictions for marketing in 2019, one theme kept popping up: marketers are looking to declutter.Read More
The practice of audience segmentation has been taken to new heights in recent years by programmatic media buyers who use ever more precise targeting tools to refine audiences. They overlap targeting filters by time of day, geography, recent search behavior, sites visited, credit worthiness, and where a consumer falls in the purchase funnel. Ecommerce and B2B marketers, in particular, may work with audiences of a few hundred or a few thousand, which may be small but highly engaged and highly profitable audiences.
Marketer inclusion of connected television into their media mixes is a curious tale. Gone are the days when campaigns can afford to waste countless impressions on the wrong audiences. Strained by an ever-increasing demand to drive measurable results for the businesses they represent, most marketers have flocked to highly targeted and measurable channels.
As a seasoned marketer, by now you’re well aware of the value of relevant audiences. When it comes to quantifiable results, nothing is more important than putting the right offer in front of the right eyeballs. How do you know the audiences you’re targeting are indeed relevant?