Reading Time: 3 minutes Digital transformation accelerated in 2020 because it had to. The pandemic made social distancing protocols necessary and revved up online product research and buying for businesses and consumers alike. Companies that didn’t already have a robust digital presence were forced to develop one quickly, and business leaders moved to capitalize on the torrent of data digital interactions created. This was true in the B2B and B2C space: The pandemic may have fast-forwarded digital transformation roadmaps
Reading Time: 3 minutes While marketing leaders may have access to thousands of data points and hundreds of reports, they may not be focused on those that are most impactful to the business.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Why Success hinges on an offensive strategy. Despite shrinking marketing budgets, CMOs are still optimistic about their ability to achieve their goals in 2020 according to Gartner’s annual 2019-2020 CMO Spend Survey. But optimism without action is counterproductive and many CMOs may be failing to plan for tough times ahead. CMOs are more agile now than they were during the last economic recession, but that doesn’t mean they can hunker down to ride out a challenging
Reading Time: 3 minutes The average tenure of a CMO is just over 4 years—the shortest in the C-suite. Why? With the pressure to hit revenue goals, burnout is becoming next to inevitable. That’s where gig work comes in. Being a CMO-on-the-Go allows Chief Marketers to set their own schedule and take on only what they know they can handle, resulting in higher quality work and better results for the bottom line. Yet, companies continue making critical strategic decisions
Reading Time: 2 minutes Adobe Digital Insights has put together a beautiful infographic (would we expect anything different?) on the State of the Digital Union – focused on digital advertising and associated consumer expectations. Perhaps my favorite thing about this infographic is that they really took mounds of data and paired it down to a select number of observations and conclusions: Ad Costs are Rising – as more mainstream advertisers turn to digital, the demand for ad space and