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The Marketing Automation Buyer's Guide is an invaluable resource for those investigating the marketing automation sector, with profiles of 22 leading vendors, the latest market trends and tips and pitfalls for buyers. The 163-page report provides details on the issues and trends affecting this sector, as well as information about best practice and tips for successful marketing automation implementations.
Econsultancy's B2B Digital Marketing Briefing focuses on key trends, challenges and best practices for B2B digital marketers. Based on the presentations given at Econsultancy's FUNNEL 2012 event held in London in November 2012, the guide includes thoughts and insights shared that day, case studies illustrating best practice and contributions from B2B marketing experts.
Econsultancy's Q4 2012 Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, is dedicated to Making Sense of Marketing Attribution. The briefing looks in detail at how organisations can overcome obstacles to success, and how they can work towards best practice. The research is based on a survey of more than 700 digital professionals working for both client-side marketing teams and agencies.
The second edition of the Econsultancy Marketing Attribution Management Buyer’s Guide, which is relevant for a global audience, is an invaluable resource for client-side marketers and suppliers who want to understand this market and invest in attribution technology and services. This guide looks at market trends within this sector, with profiles of the leading marketing attribution vendors as well as advice for buyers looking for a technology and services provider.
This Econsultancy report about the digital landscape in China is the second in a series of briefings focused on emerging markets, aimed primarily at those outside these countries who are looking for an overview.
Econsultancy's Q3 2012 Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, examines the trends for managing and measuring the business value of social media and provides a snapshot of social media uses, challenges and needs from companies today. The research is based on a survey of more than 650 marketing professionals from agencies and the client-side, a near-equal mix of B2C and B2B across industries in North America and Europe with a concentration in the US and UK.
Econsultancy's Real-Time Bidding Buyer's Guide focuses on the RTB marketplace, with detailed information about the trends and issues affecting the online advertising sector. The guide includes detailed profiles of the leading demand-side platforms (DSPs), trading desks and supply-side platforms (SSPs), best practice and tips for identifying the right platform to meet your needs.
Influencer Channels: From Klout to Klouchebag explains the basics of opt-in influencer marketing channels, and explores the topic that is on the tip of the industry's tongue: why influencer scoring has caused such controversy, and how brands can manuever around it to succeed. This 19-page report is the sixth in a series of smart packs developed by Econsultancy that are designed to explore emerging trends and new areas relating to digital marketing.
Econsultancy's Digital Marketing in Asia-Pacific: Training, Skills and Knowledge report is a qualitative trends briefing. It identifies and benchmarks the current state of digital businesses in the region, within the context of understanding wider personnel skills and training, the investment and importance being placed on digital resources and general online needs.
Econsultancy's Q2 2012 Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, looks at the extent to which organisations personalise the web experience, how they measure the impact of personalisation and how the use of data will evolve in the light of consumer privacy concerns. The research is based on a survey of around 400 marketers in Europe and the United States.