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In March 2012, Econsultancy ran a short poll of more than 700 marketers about the new EU e-Privacy Directive to see how companies are preparing for the new legislation ahead of the May 26 deadline for compliance. This free 141-page report contains the full findings of the survey and looks at how well companies understand the new EU cookie laws.
The sixth annual Email Marketing Industry Census, sponsored by Adestra, looks at the amount and type of email marketing carried out by organisations, the way that email marketing is conducted, issues affecting the industry and the effectiveness of email compared to other digital marketing channels.
The Society of Digital Agencies' (SoDA) Digital Marketing Outlook Survey results are in. The survey, conducted by Econsultancy, provides evidence on the conservative yet steady growth of digital marketing spend, including social media activities and explosive growth of inbound marketing—suggesting ongoing agency relationship changes and increased demand for digital talent.
The State of Digital in MENA report, published by Econsultancy (and supported by ArabianBusiness.com), looks in detail at use of different traditional and online marketing channels in the Middle East and North Africa. The report also looks at how companies are using social media for marketing, how businesses are measuring marketing effectiveness and examines the barriers to digital marketing and e-commerce in the region.
Econsultancy's fourth Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, aims to distil a plethora of data and discussion points into some key digital trends, challenges and opportunities which businesses are (or should be) paying close attention to during 2012. The report is based on a survey of around 600 business respondents predominantly in the United States and Europe.
Consumers are changing the way they use digital media, and email marketers are adjusting their strategies accordingly. This study, Email in Action, was produced by Econsultancy and the Email Experience Council of the Direct Marketing Association, and drew input from over 450 marketing organizations and agencies in North America with an email focus. It examines the big changes, reveals current adaptive practices, and explores the creative ways in which email marketers are responding to new challenges.
The Marketing Budgets 2012 report, published by Econsultancy in association with Experian Marketing Services, looks at how companies are budgeting for both digital and offline marketing channels this year. The report also looks at the ability to measure return on investment across these channels, and which types of marketing technology companies are most likely to be investing in.
The State of Digital Marketing in Australia report, published by Econsultancy in association with Marketing Magazine, looks in detail at the current level of spending across different marketing channels, how companies are measuring marketing effectiveness and examines the existing levels of industry skills and knowledge.
The next edition of this report will be available at the end of January 2013.
The second annual Econsultancy report on Media Growth Trends is an in-depth continuation of last year’s study, in partnership with The Jordan, Edmiston Group, Inc. The goal for this report was to capture senior media, information, marketing services and technology executives’ outlook on growth opportunities and key challenges as the industry continues to respond to dramatic changes in the media and technology landscape.
Econsultancy's third Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, looks at the extent to which organisations use social data, what is preventing them from harnessing social data as effectively as they would like, their approach to social CRM and the role of social signals for determining search rankings. The research is based on a survey of around 600 business respondents predominantly in the United States and Europe.