In late 2012, ‘The APAC Digital Marketing Performance Dashboard 2012‘ was released by the CMO Council in partnership with Adobe, which highlighted how these trends were gaining traction.
Market analysts say that telecom companies are taking a short term view by demanding revenue share from the over the top players. A Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council report reveals that some 44 per cent of telco marketers who participated in the CMO Council's "Profitability From Subscriber Acuity" study during the second to fourth quarters of 2012 are actively exploring OTT partnerships and revenue-sharing opportunities.
It looks like 2013 could be “The Year of the Marketer,” according to the CMO Council. Their recent “State of Marketing Audit” results revealed that CMOs are reporting a strongly positive outlook on the role of marketing in 2013.
When it comes to driving customer engagement and profitability, all signs point to local marketing. According to the Brand Automation for Local Activation—Connecting Customer Engagement into Measurable Local Strategies study by Balihoo and the CMO Council, 59% of the nearly 300 marketers surveyed listed local marketing as a critical component to enhancing growth and profitability.
Brand Automation for Local Activation, a report from the CMO Council, a global network of chief marketers, found that 59% of the 296 executives it surveyed believed that local marketing efforts were essential to driving growth and profits.
According to the CMO Council's “State of Marketing 2012” report, “organizational culture and senior management mindset both were highlighted as key sources of aggravation for marketers” and 30 percent of those surveyed indicate that internal dynamics can be a key source of friction within their organizations. These types of organizational issues don’t just resolve themselves, and ultimately impact marketers' bottom line and ability to achieve profitable growth.
Brand Automation for Local Activation, a report from the CMO Council, a global network of chief marketers, found that 59% of the 296 executives it surveyed believed that local marketing efforts were essential to driving growth and profits. However, just 7% felt they already had effective campaigns in place.
Senior marketers say they have a formalized process for measuring the success of their local marketing campaigns, while another 37% use one only when the situation calls for it, per results, from a new CMO Council survey.
Senior marketers are lukewarm about mobile’s importance to their local marketing agendas, according to results from a new study by the CMO Council. Asked how mobile will impact their local marketing mix in the year to come, a plurality 33% said they are still investigating the opportunity in mobile. Separately, just 6% rated mobile as important to the success of their local marketing strategies.
A new study from the CMO Council argues that national brands are far behind in their adoption of mobile as a “localization strategy.” It’s less a question of execution, and more, a fundamental matter of understanding — a conceptual/intellectual foundational kind of thing.
Why is marketing so invested in technology? Because today, marketers must lead with data and insight -- and that is completely technology-driven, says Liz Miller, vice president of marketing programs and operations at the CMO Council, a worldwide network of marketing decision makers.
CMOs running national brand campaigns are on a roll, but many of them are unhappy about the local, channel, and field sales operations of their companies and partners. According to a new CMO Council report, many national CMOs are looking for ways to beef up the effectiveness of their local counterparts.
About 6 in 10 senior marketers, presented with a choice of attitudes regarding the importance of local marketing to their organization’s demand generation and revenue, chose the response indicating that it is essential to business growth and profitability, according to a new report from the CMO Council.
Despite mobile’s promise to deliver hyper-relevant marketing, brands are either disregarding the medium or stretching their mobile efforts too thin, according to a new report from the Chief Marketing Officer Council.
Though 59% of national brand marketers say local marketing is essential to their business growth and profitability, only 7% say they have highly evolved campaigns in place—complete with measurements and analytics—that can activate consumers at a local level, according to a report by the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council in partnership with Balihoo.
While 59% of national marketers say local demand generation is essential to business growth, only 7% have highly evolved campaigns and measurements in place to activate customers at the local level, according to a new study by the Chief Marketing Officer Council.
While many brands and retailers have a vague understanding of the importance of localizing their marketing efforts, they simply aren’t doing it effectively — if at all. That’s according to a new survey and report entitled “Brand Automation for Location Activation.”
Today a report from the CMO Council, sponsored by local marketing automation platform Balihoo, all but confirms my thesis. The report is substantially based on a survey of national/brand marketers and their agencies. It explores their overall localization tactics and the barriers they face. I’ve written up the report at Marketing Land.
The Chief Marketing Officer Council has released its latest thoughts on mobile advertising through its MRM (mobile relationship management) Year in Review report (Posted by Caroline Robertson).
A study titled “Engage at every stage “ and sponsored by the CMO council, a body dedicated to high level marketing information exchange explains that the key to successful mobile will be in using the mobile phone as remote control to manage consumer relationships.