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Late last year Gartner declared 80 per cent of marketers would abandon personalisation efforts by 2025 because of a lack of ROI and a rising tide of data regulation. The analysts argued many data and personalisation efforts were backfiring with consumers finally catching on to the trade off and rejecting

Last week, software company Salesforce acquired CDP and personalisation engine vendor Evergage. Alone this deal may not be noteworthy. But coupled with market growth, multiple mergers and acquisitions and predicted vulnerability of personalisation investments—this latest move bears a closer look. What’s the common thread between these deals? What is implied

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By 2025, 80 per cent of marketers who have invested in personalisation will abandon their efforts due to lack of ROI and the risk of customer data management according to Gartner.  The Gartner report, Predicts 2020: Marketers, They’re Just Not That Into You, noted 27 per cent of marketers believe

Efforts to target and optimise marketing and advertising have reached a fever pitch with 87 per cent of B2C marketers deploying personalisation tactics. At the same time, we see evidence consumers have grown wise to–and perhaps weary of–brand efforts to feign intimacy and influence behaviour. Algorithms Exposed In Algorithm Hacking Puts

Robots look creepy if they look too much like a real person. That “creepiness” is referred to as the “uncanny valley” in the field of robotics.It describes how people perceive humanoid robots with extreme cognitive dissonance when the robot looks too much like a person. In short, the more a

The era of Big Data is over. The era of Data Veracity is here to stay. Speed and accuracy are taking precedence over what was once the age of ‘more’ as B2B marketers strive to influence increasingly autonomous, empowered customers through personalised messages. With data as the lifeblood of business

The latest State of Marketing report has found the top priority and challenge for marketers today is one and the same: engaging with customers in real-time. It’s always been a challenge for marketers to get the right message, in front of the right person, at the right time. And that challenge remains

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Personalisation is hot topic and 1:1 personalisation is even hotter. The truth is 1:1 personalisation is over-hyped by providers trying to differentiate their solutions. What matters most to your audience isn’t your ability to target them as individuals, but instead your ability to make the feel like you understand and

NIB used an AI-powered platform to deploy a personalised welcome video to thousands of its new customers. The insurance company says the strategy has proved to be effective and is exploring other areas where emerging technology can be used in its marketing mix. Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience

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In 2019, personalisation is a marketing maxim. As B2B and B2C customers become increasingly savvy and independent researchers, the marketing landscape is rapidly clogging: buyers see more messages, have access to more information, and research more independently than ever before – and are therefore more likely to become overwhelmed. Personalisation,