For a hard-working marketer, what would the new year be without predictions about trends in ad transparency, generational targeting and voice search? Too dreary to even contemplate! So, we present our predictions about these and other digital developments that will matter to marketers in 2018.
Opens and clicks are important metrics to measure how email as a channel is performing, but it’s only part of the story. Topics in this webinar include: Why marketers still rely on email as a solid-performing channel; What email performance benchmarks are most critical to marketers today; How big data and real-time optimization tactics are helping practitioners ensure emails are relevant to their end user; What emerging email practices businesses are adopting, such as interactive email and predictive content.
Buyers use their mobile devices as an extension of their desktop, and they expect the journey across all devices to be seamless. Today, B2B companies are hoping to meet this evolution in device behavior by reframing their mobile strategy in a variety of ways.Topics in this webinar include: How B2B buyers have shifted their behaviors around mobile; What disconnect exists today between buyers’ expectations and the customer experience; Why mobile should no longer be treated as a single channel; More key trends to consider for the year like app development, mobile commerce and sales enablement.
This year, marketers in Canada are eager to clean up digital display and get multi-touch attribution right, among others. Topics in this webinar include: Why investing in data and analytics systems can help marketers better understand today’s complex buyer journey; How marketers are combating ad blocking, ad fraud and inconsistent viewability metrics; Why brands are ready to allocate more dollars toward immersive technologies like virtual and augmented reality; How marketers are looking at brand publishing and making content marketing a top priority.
As marketing technology becomes a standard part of managing a business, many companies have become comfortable enough with the concept to shift away from their initial focus on platforms and to focus instead on data. Topics in this webinar include: The current state of marketing tech adoption and the most common tools being used; Why the best-of-breed tech stack has won out; What marketers are trying to get from their tech usage; How marketing technology can support overall digital transformation at brands.
With Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the rear-view, some of the holiday season’s hottest shopping days are already over. Register here for a complimentary eMarketer webinar, "Mid-Holiday Season Retail Update & Post-Thanksgiving Recap” to find out how shoppers behaved between Turkey Day and Cyber Monday—and what it might mean for the rest of the holiday season.
Account-based marketing has been around for more than a decade, but advances in marketing technology and data collection have turned it into a hot trend among business-to-business (B2B) marketers. Key topics covered in this webinar: What account-based marketing involves; What’s different about account-based marketing now that marketers have a tech stack at their disposal; How marketers are using data to inform their account-based efforts; How account-based marketing helps marketers and sales team work toward aligned goals and tactics.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is still new in most of the business world, but many marketers may be using it without realizing it. Key topics in this webinar include: How marketers are currently using AI for business intelligence; Customer acquisition and more; How the marketing-related AI ecosystem is shaping up as new and old players roll out AI technology; How AI makes big data more useful and why marketers think AI will have a major impact on their business in the next five years.
A growing number of marketers are renewing and expanding their focus on customer acquisition, and evaluating new and emergent technologies for doing so. Topics in this webinar include: When a prospect becomes a customer from a brand’s point of view; How brands use data to create a single customer view for personalized marketing; Why an audience-centric customer experience is critical; How acquisition and retention strategies must be executed in concert with one another.
Marketers are spending more each year on location-targeted ads and other location-aware messaging and promotions. Topics in this webinar include: How many consumers are sharing location data with marketers, and how they feel about it; How good the location data is on the marketer side, and what they can do with it; What tactics are marketers using to drive real-world behaviors with digital messaging; How marketers are using location data to understand online-to-offline commerce.
As the mandate for more advanced attribution practices increases, those making the transition struggle to navigate through the sea of technologies, platforms, data sets and strategies necessary for success. Topics in this webinar include: Where marketers stand on the journey toward more advanced attribution methods; What technologies and data sets are required to obtain a cross-platform view; What tips and best practices marketers can follow to ensure greater success.
Marketers’ push for a more omnichannel, audience-centric view inevitably requires them to rely on a host of technologies and data sources to best understand their customers. Integrating all that data and managing it, however, poses significant challenges. Topics in this webinar include: Why there’s an industry-wide shift toward an audience-centric view, and how marketers are responding; What main data types marketers are identifying and integrating, and the technology used to do so; What obstacles remain for proper data management, including collecting and organizing data, integrating technologies and managing an organizational rollout.
Every interaction with a consumer is a chance for a brand to surprise and delight—or a missed opportunity to do so. Topics in this webinar include: How marketers are making improvements to the customer experience a priority; The effectiveness of data-driven marketing and channel-specific optimization to deliver across traditional and digital channels; What the realities are today for practitioners looking to reach the ultimate single customer view; How marketers are dealing with a consumer journey that’s no longer linear.
Crafting custom communications for both an individual buyer and specific accounts is a major pillar of personalization, but executing these strategies isn’t without its challenges. Topics in this webinar include: The critical difference between segmentation and personalization; How B2B marketers use their data to understand their buyers and craft the right message; The effectiveness of targeted marketing, versus a “spray and pray” approach; How B2B go-to’s like content, email and account-based marketing are influenced by personalization tactics.
Feeling fuzzy on the latest progress on the cross-device targeting front or hoping to get a pulse on what's in store for 2017? This webinar can help. Join eMarketer's Lauren Fisher for her annual look at the changing capabilities and technologies in cross-screen targeting, including:
Is your business ready for 2017? How much do you really know about the key challenges that you’ll face next year? Join us for a special webinar where we discuss the key trends we expect to happen—and not happen—in the coming year. This is our seventh annual “Key Trends” webinar, and it promises to be a free-wheeling, data-packed conversation that will cover: millennials and ad blocking; AI; mobile app usage; live video; the emergence of Gen Z and much more!
Many millennials are now following the traditional paths laid out by generations before them—buying homes, getting married and having kids. And the transition to a different life stage has implications for how this highly digital generation will use technology in years to come. Key topics covered in this webinar: How many millennials are parents, married, or homeowners; How the digital activity of millennials is evolving as they become serious adults; Key differences between younger and older millennials as users of social media and smartphones; If TV is still a medium where millennials can be reached.
Mobile users are spending more time than ever with mobile apps—however, there are millions of apps to choose from, and users only stay engaged with a few of them. Topics in this webinar include: How many US mobile users regularly buy and use apps; The best types of ads for acquiring new users and keeping them engaged; How much marketers spend on app install ads; How long users stay engaged with different types of apps.
Attribution is essential for marketers looking to plan and optimize media channels in our increasingly fragmented, digitally driven world. But making the move to cross-platform attribution practices comes with significant challenges. Topics in this webinar include: Why most marketers say attribution is something they need to learn more about; What roadblocks and obstacles impede marketers' ability to properly adopt and implement attribution models; How marketers are implementing attribution methods; How cross-platform attribution is advancing to become a more holistic measure of company success.
Programmatic advertising already accounts for a majority of all digital display spending in the US, and that share is rising thanks to a number of influences. Topics in this webinar include: Why programmatic ad spending isn’t plateauing yet; How much of programmatic’s continued growth is coming from social and mobile channels; Why more spending continues to shift to private marketplaces and programmatic direct; How cross-screen advertising efforts are contributing to the growth of programmatic video.