Getting Customer Experience Right Jun 18
Marketers have never had more data about their audiences, or more tools to wrangle that data and make it actionable. But the ideal of a data-driven brand experience, tailored for each customer, is still far from a reality for most marketers who struggle to make omnichannel, real-time connections and deliver meaningfully personalized offerings.
The complicated nature of the ad supply chain makes it difficult for advertisers to determine how much money they send to vendors. While this makes it tough for researchers to quantify the “tech tax,” several companies have recently examined how much media spend winds up in the hands of ad tech firms.
In this week's 'Behind the Numbers' week in review podcast, we unearth the digital data behind the week's headlines, and take a look ahead to what's in store next week.
According to a Forrester Consulting survey of decision-makers responsible for tech procurement, nearly half said they plan to make a major investment in AI within the next year.
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We used eMarketer data to take a deeper look and offer more clarity into Mary Meeker's recent annual internet trends report.
Now that AT&T's bid for Time Warner has been cleared, what other combinations may go through? In the latest episode of eMarketer's "Behind the Numbers" podcast, we discuss the shifting landscape and how will it affect the ways that viewers access and consume programming.
One of the biggest issues advertisers have with the ad supply chain is that it's too complex. Its convoluted nature allows unscrupulous middlemen to hide their shady tricks, and makes it harder to police ad fraud.