The EU approved the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2016 and 2 years later in May 2018, it came into effect. Since then, the world of marketing has been facing some issues. In fact, each company needs to review their marketing strategy or they could be facing huge fines for noncompliance. However, how can they change their marketing practices to become compliant? This is where contextual marketing comes into play.
Diversity and Inclusion The discussion about diversity and equality in marketing isn’t something new. However, in the recent years, it seems to be peeking up steam. And rightly so, because we should exclude no one from social interaction. Especially not due to his color, gender, ethnicity, religious or sexual preferences or his educational background, not even from advertising.
Today’s mobile shoppers are more research obsessed than ever. They spend time searching mobile sites and apps to find the best products, deals, and reviews. This new consumer switches between apps and mobile sites before making a final decision. Throughout this ritual, he expects friction-free research experiences and seamless points of sale. This new behavior requires merging teams among app and mobile web marketers. However many organizations still silo these teams, resulting in fragmented user experiences.
The future of Marketing: Looking ahead What’s the next big thing? What comes after mobile? Where is the future of marketing headed? Mobile has changed everything, but it’s only Act One. Meanwhile, Machine learning in marketing is set to drive the industry’s next revolution. Google’s Senior Vice President of Ads & Commerce, Sridhar Ramaswamy, reflects on the implication of this change and how leading brands will navigate the shift.