Marketing experts are increasingly interested in using the XDID manner of targeting users. This method provides for more personalised advertising, tailored to the user, taking into consideration their behaviour and their (purchasing) habits on different devices and channels. Without a thorough understanding of consumers who use several different devices every day, advertising will namely not be efficient; when capturing data, however, legislation must be taken into consideration
Change and innovation in digital marketing happen almost daily. Work in this field requires a knowledge of trends shaping the world of today; far more important, however, is to recognise trends that will be shaping the future.
The digital marketing revolution is happening extremely quickly. New technological innovations basically appear every day, meaning that digital advertising technologies must also change in real time.
The current applicative value of artificial intelligence in digital advertising.
All branches are becoming increasingly digitised, but the financial branch is among the leading ones for the number and the introduction of innovations into the branch. Changes in the financial industry are a consequence of the decentralisation of financial services, changes in consumers’ purchasing behaviour, and an increasing number of groundbreaking innovations brought into business models by different technological companies (so-called fin-tech).
In 2018, 80 per cent of ads will have been programatically leased.
A look into the past, the present and the future of using blockchain technology for the purpose of digital advertising.
In my previous blog, I wrote about the meaning of user and consumer experience, focussing on digital consumer experience. In this blog, I’d like to point out the key myths and recommendations in order to design a better consumer experience.
In May, IAB and IAB Europe issued their annual reports on digital advertising for 2017 for the United States of America and Europe. Andrej Ivanec, Digital Planning Director of iPROM, points out the key findings of both report.
As technology becomes more powerful, it is strongly altering buying behaviour and expectations of consumers. Instead of creating a user experience (UX), we are now focussing on designing a consumer experience (CX), based on creating experiences throughout the (digital) retail chain by exceeding expectations.