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If there’s one constant in online marketing — or life in general, actually — it’s change. Marketers are conditioned to adapt to everything, from algorithms changing and channels rising and falling, to acronyms coming in and out of popularity and strategies constantly evolving. But the silver lining is while these changes can be challenging, they also yield opportunities. Now in 2021, marketers are facing another dual challenge and opportunity: the death of third-party cookies, resulting…

The year 2020 brought significant changes to how we live and work, including a seemingly never-ending amount of time at home. This ultimately shifted online consumer behavior like never before. We went from searching travel destinations and restaurant reservations to lockdown-friendly alternatives like recipes, hobbies, and pets.   With 1.2 billion shopper profiles at our disposal and the ability to make more than 80 billion daily AI-based predictions, AdRoll is well-positioned to reflect on how…

Customer data is integral to e-commerce marketing and driving revenue — yet brands that collect this information from touchpoints throughout the consumer journey often end up with customer intel stuck in silos and duplicated conversions between channels. The cost of this can be staggering in terms of productivity. Marketers can waste precious hours searching for information across databases, lose sight of the bigger picture through information overload, and struggle to set priorities or determine next…

Data is everywhere. Whether it’s web traffic, buyer behavior, or social media engagement, there are numbers for everything. In the Data Never Sleeps report, DOMO estimates that 1.7MB of data will be generated for every person per second in 2020. Many popular analytics platforms help to process and understand the massive amounts of data being generated; however, not all analytics are the same. While most analytics report and assess what has already occurred, predictive analytics…

Data-driven marketing has enormous advantages over traditional marketing strategies. For example, it enables segmentation and allows marketers to customize and personalize messaging for the customer profile of each segment. It also makes it easy to track what messaging is working and to modify and optimize campaigns in real-time. Messaging isn’t the only area in which data-driven marketing can be very valuable. It’s also a key tool in one of the most critical components of any…

Big data, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning technologies are rapidly changing global business practices. To remain competitive, brands need to embrace data-driven marketing. But integrating it into your business can be a challenge without company-wide buy-in. For data-driven marketing strategies to be as effective, companies need several components in place: At least one primary leader that evangelizes data-backed methods. A consensus throughout all relevant departments that data-driven marketing is a priority. A shift in…