Online surveys provide valuable insights into everything from product design and packaging to consumer buying habits. But today’s research platforms often impose a tradeoff between speed and simplicity and the richness of actionable insights. A combination of machine learning and crowdsourcing concepts is solving this problem.
In many respects, COVID just accelerated what was already impressive growth of in-housing marketing teams. Moving forward, these teams’ proximity to the business and growing strategic importance mean they are in a good position to deliver greater value to their organizations. Here are 3 critical ways this can happen.
We’ve been talking about “the new normal” since the pandemic began, but it’s hard to put a finger on it. For millennials at least it seems to be ecommerce. The last generation born in the 20th century is a decidedly 21st-century cohort, and you can find them on Facebook and Instagram. Here’s how to reach them over the holidays.
Understanding microbrowser traffic and its relationship to social can help correlate where conversions are really coming from, enabling marketing spend to be adjusted accordingly for better ROI. Jason Khoury, head of corporate marketing at Cloudinary, talks about how brands can tap the power of microbrowser traffic.
With a critical eye on spending, many brands are leaning on simple, effective and timely marketing campaigns. This strategy is exactly what you should be doing. Understanding which marketing channels give the biggest bang for the buck can go a long way. Here are 3 easy marketing strategies that will help your business now.
Software company Remesh, whose platform uses artificial intelligence to create real-time market research, has raised $25 million in new funding to support expanded product offerings and growth. Founded in 2014, Remesh has raised more than $38 million to fuel its growth in the $71 billion market research industry.
As consumers gain power over their information, the rules are changing. But that doesn’t mean businesses can go back to marketing blindly, ignoring one-to-one relationship building. Data still drives relationships, but permission will be required, unlike the invisible site cookies of the past. Here are some tools for navigating the new reality.
The holiday season is the most competitive time of year for ecommerce companies and retailers to target consumers and drive sales. For marketers looking to expand content to multiple platforms and find success this holiday season, here are some tips for social ads on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.