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Below are the reports we have related to digital strategy and planning. This includes broader digital strategy challenges and issues as well as specific topics like digital budgets, digital marketing planning, digital skills, governance, team structures and so on.
Designed to examine the relationship between where marketers are spending their money and where consumers are spending their time, the Media Budgets Index is a global study of advertising trends and consumer behaviour. Published by Econsultancy in association with Datalicious, this report pulls together findings from new research, and also provides recommendations on opportunities within online and traditional media spend.
Part of our Social Media Best Practice Guide bundle, this report aims to provide a snapshot of the major social media platforms and the most pressing considerations for marketers looking to generate the most value from social media. It provides a summary of the main features of these platforms, and outlines some of the options available to marketers when developing a paid, owned and earned strategic approach to social media marketing and communications.
This Social Media Best Practice Guide contains actionable, real-world insight with detailed explanations to help you start and improve your performance on social media platforms. In order to enable you to quickly access the information you need to start improving your marketing efforts, the guide is available as two individual reports: Social Media Strategy Best Practice Guide and Social Media Platforms Overview.
Part of our Social Media Best Practice Guide bundle, this report aims to identify best practice approaches, techniques, challenges and opportunities for creating your social media strategy. It contains actionable, real-world insight with detailed explanations to help you start and improve your performance on social media platforms.
The Top 100 Disruptive Brands report identifies companies that are challenging traditional ways of thinking and defining the future of business. In collaboration with Marketing Week, we’ve looked far and wide to curate a list of 100 disruptive brands that goes beyond the usual suspects. We aimed to include companies that represent the revolutionary spirit within business. They might have developed an entirely new business model, created an innovative and exciting product, or put themselves at the forefront of a new digital trend.
Econsultancy's Digital Transformation Trends Briefing focuses on the key themes, opportunities and challenges relating to digital transformation as highlighted by client-side digital marketers during Digital Cream 2016. The roundtable on digital transformation was sponsored by Accenture Interactive and moderated by Marketing Week Print Editor Michael Barnett.
The Digital Trends in the Financial Services and Insurance Sector report, produced by Econsultancy in partnership with Adobe, explores how digital is changing the competitive landscape of retail banking and insurance.
The Customer Experience Maturity in Australia and New Zealand report, produced by Econsultancy in association with Epsilon, explores the extent to which organisations in the region focus on the customer, how well they understand the customer journey, how customer experience (CX) budget is allocated, how return on investment is measured and what the future of CX initiatives looks like.
Econsultancy's People and Processes Trends Briefing explores the increasing ways companies are organising their marketing and highlights the challenges faced by delegates attending Econsultancy's roundtable-based Digital Cream London 2016 event. The People and Processes roundtable was sponsored by censhare and moderated by digital consultant Danielle Sheerin.
Digital Shift, a quarterly service from Econsultancy, is intended as a guide to support strategic thinking. Focused tightly on digital technologies, marketing and ecommerce, it’s about delivering actionable insight on trends that will be significant in the short to mid-term, and which can be used to generate new ideas, improve business performance and stay ahead of the competition.