Machine learning can be a powerful ally in brand marketing especially considering the sheer amount of consumer data floating around. Every day marketers are exposed to large volumes of data focusing on consumer preferences which should be processed accordingly.
For the most part, this information should make it easier to segment users and create interesting, relevant content but it is not always the case. In many instances, the more data presented to marketers will only result in more time needed to process and take action. So how can machine learning help brands improve their marketing efforts?
Marketing automation as we know it has transformed considerable since its infancy in 1992. Today, it is an incredibly powerful method of reaching audiences from around the world with personalised messages. Furthermore, the introduction of modern social media tools and software have made it easier to maximise digital marketing efforts.
If combining marketing automation and social media has been so successful, what about Artificial Intelligence (AI)? It’s certainly one of the major contributing factors behind the scenes of success. While marketing automation makes it easy to carry out repetitive tasks, AI brought new life to marketing automation software. Simply put, it brought about predictive analysis and advanced personalisation engines making marketing automation ‘more human’.
It is about that time of year again where we reflect on the past, present and future trends. This time, we will look at social media marketing and what the digital world might look like in 2019. Thinking out loud, who could have predicted the inevitable demise of Google+?
With the social media landscape constantly changing, one thing remains constant. Success in the online world depends largely on an effective social media marketing strategy regardless of business type. No matter what happens in 2019, brands need to adapt quickly. It is time to implement a strategy that not only generates interest but also encourages engagement and increases conversions. Continue reading →
Last year was big for anyone interested in technology with UX, big data and smart machines taking centre stage. 2018 promises to be even more exciting taking transformative tech trends to a whole new level. AI, Intelligent apps and Analytics will play an even bigger part in our lives. Not to mention advancements in VR/AR, Marketing Automation, e-commerce applications, blockchain architecture and quantum computing.
Bill Gates once said that “most people overestimate the amount of change that will occur in two years and underestimate the change that will occur over ten years.”
With that in mind, let’s take a look at 7 transformative technology trends for 2018! Continue reading →