Want powerful insights? Include science in your marketing mix.
All of us have access to more data every day, but how do you understand and uncover insights from that data? That's the sweet spot in the Big Data revolution.
Companies should "listen" to customers—but action is what really matters.
If you were the head of consumer insights at a company, would you turn in a marketing colleague for questionable compensation practices?
Unstructured "human information" makes up 90% of all known Big Data, and it's growing with incredible variety and velocity.
Location-based services that depend upon intimate knowledge of customers' whereabouts give some customers pause.
Like an untamed beast, creativity can run amuck if not guided in a direction.
At the CloudForce customer event today in New York City, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said his company was "born cloud and reborn social." But clever-speak aside, the Social Marketing Cloud unveiled at CloudForce is pretty darned cool.
Company of the week
R2C creates, produces, distributes and measures messages that inspire and compel consumers to do something with a brand to drive commercial advantage. The full-service advertising agency specializes in creative, production, media, analytics and performance.
What's in our mailbox this month: fitness postcards from Retro Fitness, American Woman Fitness Centers, Union's United Taekwondo Academy, and Bally Total Fitness. (We're totally pumped.)
Social data can improve a brand's bottom line and customer relationships. Just ask brands Infiniti and Diamond Nexus.
Here are three must-have data sets that every marketer should include in his or her email strategy.