This is the time of year when people start gazing ahead and can’t resist a powerful urge to try and predict what the coming year will bring. 2020 is even worse, since it’s the beginning of a new decade. Should AdAsia join the fray? We received the following predictions from Vivi Wang, Business Development Director, Southeast Asia over at Mobvista, a provider of mobile advertising and analytics.
How can brands leverage technological advances like augmented reality and virtual reality to improve content delivery? (Contributed by Gilly Santos, IT Operations and Infrastructure Manager APAC, SGK.)
With Marketing Automation well established across all industries and its perceived benefits and opportunities now available to the smallest of business and to the individual, it’s perhaps not surprising that the way we ‘do marketing’ is also evolving. Interestingly, one methodology gaining lots of traction over recent years was born and grew up in the same world that developed the technology that now underpins our automation platforms: Agile Marketing.
“Culture is like the wind. It is invisible, yet its effect can be seen and felt. When it is blowing in your direction, it makes for smooth sailing. When it is blowing against you, everything is more difficult.” Amongst those difficulties is sustainable transformation. (Contributed by Michael Leeds, Senior VP of Client Engagement, Americas, SGK)
The pace at which digital content production has developed is little short of astonishing.
Consider, as one example, how quickly we’ve progressed from simple static GIFs to kinetic emails that allow consumers to directly purchase products with just a few clicks. In a few short years, our digital landscape has migrated from desktop to mobile, from broadcast to personalised communication, and from static to fully immersive experiences. Suffice it to say, for brands and marketers who embrace… (Contributed by John Dalziel, Client Director, SGK)
What’s more important to a content marketer than success? Replicating success! Whether you distribute only dozens or up to thousands of content assets, measuring how they stack up against one another identifies what’s worth doing again.
But how will the 91 percent of B2C marketers whose companies are committed to content marketing succeed when 63 percent aren’t expecting a budget increase? How will they know if they fail or succeed… (Contributed by Yvette Quintanar, Marketing Manager, SGK)
The shift to digital-first marketing has radically changed how consumers engage with brands. With new technologies showing up and showing off daily, and still others waiting in the wings, turning back is… (Contributed by Contributed by Tearle Calinog, Director of Client Engagement, SGK)
About a year ago the Singapore marketing community was alerted to an ambitious new project: The Marketing Group, a loose merger of four disparate marketing services agencies, was listed on the junior Swedish stock exchange First North under the ticker TMG.
Speed to market – for brand owners and marketers, it can be elusive, frustrating and, at times, seemingly impossible to achieve.
Today’s complex, matrix and resource-constrained organisations may contribute to internal and external communication issues that stall the progress of bringing even the simplest of brand collateral to the market. As you may know, the effects can be… (Contributed by Jesse Moen, Director, Client Solutions, SGK)
To gain brand share of a rapidly expanding e-commerce market, marketers need to provide customers with an experience online that’s as true as possible to the product they choose at the physical store shelf. It’s time to regain control of the way your brand is… (Contributed by Bruce Miller, Vice President of Product Development, at SGK)