Digital advertising can still be an effective tool for B2B marketers. There’s evidence that it works, when done right. In a recent study, 5% more B2B buyers than last year cited “digital ads” and “ads on social media” as resources that first informed them of the solution they were researching. What’s more, digital advertising for… read more >
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96% of B2B marketers say that their digital advertising campaigns lead to waste because their advertising inevitably reaches a significant number of people outside of their intended target. Traditional advertising that’s wasteful, the rapidly evolving B2B buying environment, and the profile of today’s B2B buyer all press for a new approach to digital advertising — one that’s more effective because it delivers targeted, relevant, trustworthy ads. This webinar explains why the concept of unified audiences is the key to effective B2B digital advertising in 2018.
DCG’s Cathy McKnight shares the virtual stage with speakers from RecruitMilitary and Salesforce. They explain that a unified audience brings together three types of data-rich audiences: those you want to know (the anticipated audience), those you know (the addressable audience), and those you can measure (the measurable audience). You’ll learn about the benefits of unifying these audiences and the data about them. You’ll also gain an understanding of how to execute by integrating technologies for advertising, marketing, and customer relationship management to automate and deliver digital ads that your customers will appreciate.
Digital Clarity Group is the global analyst partner for NASSCOM Martech Confluence 2017. Martech Confluence is an annual event that provides a unique forum for marketing technologists, marketers, and digital leaders to explore the intersection of digital technology and modern marketing practices. This year’s theme is “Re-imagining CX with Intelligent Marketing Technology.” The agenda is organized around four topics: drawing the technology landscape for intelligent marketing, separating artificial reality hype from reality, filling the intelligent marketer’s tool box, and working with digital partners to create competitive advantage.
Scott Liewehr moderates a panel of senior leaders from digital agencies and integrators who share experiences helping their clients advance martech deployment and impact. This session will enable participants to understand how to accelerate intelligent marketing initiatives by leveraging partner relationships.
Visit the Martech Confluence 2017 registration page for additional information, including key takeaways for participants. Join the NASSCOM martech tweet chat on August 4, 8:00 am ET, hashtags #nasscommartech and #nasscomtweetup.
Contact us to arrange a time to meet with Scott at the event. DCG research and analysis on topics related to NASSCOM Martech include Smart Data is the Key to Building Trust with Consumers, “Go Live” is Just the Beginning, and this post entitled AI for customer experience: overhyped by ready for some roles.
In his presentation at MarTech, Jake DiMare explores the meaning and impact of emerging data protection regulations.
Marketers, beware: new regulations are guaranteed to impact your marketing strategies, your programs, even the ways you do your day-to-day work. The biggest pressures are coming from compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018. First, Jake explains why US companies must comply — it’s very risky (and expensive) to think these regulations don’t apply to you. Second, he explains the “how” by looking at marketing technology stack requirements for compliance. The takeaways include a practical guide to next steps.
Contact us to arrange a face-to-face meeting with Jake.
Scott Brinker’s famous marketing technology “super graphic” has charted the explosive growth of that software landscape, from about 100 vendors in 2011 to nearly 1900 in 2015. The stunning increase in vendors and software solutions is evidence of several undeniable trends, including the digitization of marketing and the consumer expectation for improved customer experiences (CX)…. read more >
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