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Following are the reports and research we have on multichannel marketing. Some of the reports specifically address multi-channel marketing, others refer to multichannel and we've included those too. Let us know if you can't find what you're looking for on multichannel marketing and we might be able to point you in the right direction.
Econsultancy's second Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, sponsored by Adobe, looks at the level of uptake for a range of digital-related technologies, their impact on the bottom line and their cost in time and other resources. The research is based on a survey of more than 900 business respondents predominantly in the United States and Europe.
JUMP is Econsultancy's multichannel magazine in support of the multichannel event, JUMP, which takes place on 12 October 2011. In this fourth issue of JUMP Magazine we focus on a number of areas that will help you to join up your business, including multichannel customer service, brilliant multichannel campaigns, mobile apps vs. websites, mobile checkouts, PR's role in joined up marketing, and how brands can get creative with QR codes.
Econsultancy's B2B Internet Statistics Compendium is a comprehensive collection of the most recent B2B statistics and market data publicly available on online marketing, ecommerce, the internet and related digital media. A huge time-saver for presentations and reports.
The first Econsultancy Marketing Automation Buyer's Guide is an invaluable resource for those investigating the marketing automation sector, with profiles of 16 leading vendors, the latest market trends and tips and pitfalls for buyers. The 132-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 first Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, sponsored by Adobe, looks at some of the most important trends affecting the marketing landscape in 2011. The research is based on a survey of more than 900 business respondents predominantly in the United States and Europe.
JUMP is Econsultancy's multichannel magazine in support of the multichannel event, JUMP, which takes place on 12 October 2011. In this third issue of JUMP Magazine we focus on a number of areas that will help you to join up your business, including optimising your mobile strategy, a guide to location-based marketing, using offline ads to drive online activity, and how to make the most out of your data.
An analysis of the online measurement industry based on a survey of digital marketers. The 67-page report and 29-slide summary presentation contain valuable insights into the use of paid-for and free web analytics tools. Beyond web analytics, the report also looks at a range of data sources and information requirements, and the extent to which companies are able to develop a coherent measurement strategy.
The Reducing Customer Struggle report, published by Econsultancy in association with Tealeaf, looks in-depth at the extent to which companies understand the overall online customer experience and the approaches or types of technology they use to identify issues and remedy them. The study also looks at the relationship between online and offline areas of business.
The first Econsultancy Marketing Attribution Management Buyer's Guide, which is relevant for a global audience, is an invaluable resource for client-side marketers who want to understand the market and invest in attribution technology and services. The guide looks at market trends within this sector, with profiles of 23 leading suppliers, as well as best practice and tips for identifying the right vendor.
The Multichannel Customer Experience Report, published by Econsultancy in association with Foviance, examines the extent to which organisations have a strategy and framework for providing a joined-up customer experience, and how successful they are in attaining a single customer view. The 45+ page report is based on a survey of more than 500 companies and agencies.