Customers are hard to predict.
Sometimes you think you haven’t made the sale, but the customer ends up placing a huge order. Other times, customers seem like they’re happy with your service, but they vanish and take their business to your rivals.
It would be useful to have a crystal ball that allowed you to see into the future and accurately predict customer behavior. You could take all the guesswork out of your marketing and customer relationship management.
Sadly, enterprise-ready crystal balls aren’t commercially available yet. But you do have access to a set of tools and techniques that help you make extremely accurate predictions about what’s going to happen next in your business. This is what’s known as predictive analytics.
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Thanks to customers looking to “cut the cord” from their cable company, connected TV is growing.
Because connected TV is growing at an exponential rate, there is an increasing need for content. This content includes original and syndicated programming. But, this also includes advertising content designed for this new, sophisticated viewing audience.
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Digital advertising is the focus of almost every brand’s marketing spend. As online ad space has become the dominant channel over the past several years, weaknesses in the system have resulted in fraud, inaccurate data, and financial losses. It costs the industry millions on a daily basis and leaves its stakeholders vulnerable to misrepresentation online.
The problems that technology helped create, however, may also be solved by technology. Blockchain, a distributed ledger system with trust built into the rules of the network, can help solve the serious issues faced by all industry stakeholders. The promises of blockchain are not without detractors, however, who claim the technology has not evolved enough at this point to have practical use.
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Effective marketing has long been a multifaceted and complex process that typically required the work of a variety of professionals from different fields. To accomplish this, it was often necessary to seek outside help from multiple third-party agencies. In the new world of creative development, this work has been making its way in-house. While creative agencies are fighting to maintain relevance in this new environment, there’s little doubt that the marketing landscape will soon change forever.
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Tier10 was named a winner in the 14th Annual Davey Awards, receiving three silver awards for its exceptional video production in the Automotive Commercials category. Awarded for works in their “Life is Better” campaign, the ad series aims to demonstrate how Honda’s vehicles can meet a variety of individual needs while embodying customers’ and businesses’ personal passions and values.
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Tier10, in partnership with Acura, unveiled a long-form video chronicling Acura’s return to form at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen race. Filmed over the July 1st weekend at Watkins Glen International Raceway in New York, the piece explores in part the brand’s absence from the world of motorsports before experiencing a dominant revival in the world of racing, led by designer-turned-GM Jon Ikeda.
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Influencer marketing works on a national and local level to encourage consumers to buy certain recommended products from someone with a meaningful social media following. Social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube offer companies an innovative and productive way to reach their target audience. If you haven’t taken advantage of influencer marketing, you are ceding a large number of consumers to the competition.
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This year’s Google Marketing Live Keynote brought quite a few changes that leaders in the automotive industry should pay attention to. On July 10th, leaders, such as Senior Vice President of Google Ads Sridhar Ramaswamy, Group Product Manager of Video Ads Nicky Rettke and Product Management Director of Google Ads Anthony Chavez, took to the stage to share all the updates surrounding Google Marketing and Google Ads. While there were quite a number of changes discussed at the keynote, a few stand out that can impact how automotive industry marketers and advertisers can reach the audiences they target and produce better results. Here are the top highlights and updates from this year’s keynote you should know:
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