Bridging the Gap for Comms and Marketing     $50 US*
Building Cohesion in the Age of Customer Disruption

Digital media now singularly impacts buying decisions and how consumers feel about brands, only amplifying the importance of consistent messaging across media channels and especially with earned media. Yet too many brands are dissatisfied with their earned media performance due largely to problems arising from misalignment between marketing and comms. Brand leaders need to know how to spot market...

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Reshaping Global Engagement Operations     $50 US*
Optimizing the Resonance and Relevance of Localized Marketing Initiatives

Today’s digitally-connected consumer seeks more localized, personalized experiences that are relevant to their own cultural context and situation. Yet 73 percent of global marketers feel only partially prepared to deliver on those expectations. This report, produced in partnership with Worldwide Partners, reveals that marketing operational structures may actually be keeping the customer and...

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The Age of the Adaptive Marketer     $50 US*
Meeting the Needs of the Connected Customer with Adaptive Brand Content

Presenting brand materials in a manner that maintains brand identity while also adapting to geographical and cultural customer preferences is a critical challenge for marketers today. Increasingly discerning consumers expect – if not demand – that the materials brands present across sales, marketing and service touch points are timely, relevant and reflect the customer’s unique c...

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How Brands Annoy Fans     $50 US*
The Impact of Digital Advertising Experiences on Consumer Perceptions and Purchase Intent

While it is estimated that programmatic advertising will account for 80 percent of all digital display advertising in 2017, recent headlines and pronouncements by leading brand marketers highlight the significant limitations in this technology-driven ad buying process, with image-sensitive brands appearing next to offensive or irrelevant digital and video content.  As a result of this digita...

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The Path Forward     $50 US*
Marketing’s Outlook Into The Digital Future

This strategic report from the CMO Council and Ebiquity suggests that as budgets increase to fund digital marketing campaigns and more personalized customer engagement, marketers now need additional expertise in data analytics, content creation and channel proliferation to improve ROI. Based on data from a survey of 276 marketers in the first half of the year, this paper outlines how digital mark...

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Optimizing Marketing Partner Performance and Value in a Digital World

Just 9 percent of senior marketers believe traditional ad agencies are doing a good job of evolving and extending their service capabilities in the digital age, in contrast to 22 percent who view their agencies as struggling to transition their business models and service offerings. Another 51 percent of the 250-plus senior marketers surveyed in the CMO Council study see their agencies as playing ...

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