Digital CMO Series: GroupM Next
This past May, Compete hosted the tenth annual Digital CMO Summit in Miami, FL. The event brought together 200 industry leaders for three days of hard-hitting sessions and networking opportunities. The agenda was jam-packed with top-notch speakers who shared their perspectives on this year’s theme, The Path to Purchase.
Digital CMO Series: AOL
This past May Compete hosted the tenth annual Digital CMO Summit in Miami, FL. The event brought together 200 industry leaders for three days of hard-hitting session and networking opportunities. Among the speaker’s was AOL’s Tim Armstrong which had several good ideas to share.
Make the New Path to Purchase Work For You
The singular, orderly, sequence of purchase stages has been scrambled, and marketers need to conform quickly. Consumers are changing the way they research and purchase online, and new shopping paths are emerging depending on behavior, device, location, and intent. It’s not just what consumers do that is important; it is also how, when and why they do it. Consumers are distracted, but smarter. Marketers can be smarter, too.
The 6 Types of Digital Consumers and Their Paths to Purchase
In our continuing research on the digital consumer, it’s imperative to ask ourselves what role digital media plays in the path to purchase—the journey consumers take along the decision-making process. A study released today by GroupMNext and Compete gives us significant insight into the Modern Digital Consumer Journey.
Reaching Consumers Through Mobile Marketing: Tweets from #mmaf2013
As digital marketers, our new frontier is mobile and mobile marketing. Two weeks ago, the Mobile Marketing Association hosted its annual NY forum with the theme “Mobile’s Role in Closing the Loop Along the Path to Purchase.” We identified three discussion points from the forum, and some fresh new statistics to highlight the role of mobile use in the consumer path to purchase. All sources are from #mmaf2013
DCMO Series: 9 Path to Purchase Questions for Compete’s VP of Products
Today we have our own VP of Products at Compete, Conor O’Mahony answering our path to purchase questions. He believes the new digital landscape presents enormous opportunities for brands. Next week, Compete heads to Miami, FL to host the tenth annual Digital CMO Summit. The event brings marketing leaders together to explore and discuss the digital forces transforming their businesses. With a mix of formal and informal sessions, it provides an unparalleled opportunity to connect with…
Marketers Can Map the Consumer’s Journey To Purchase
How can I reach the right consumer, at the right time, in the right place, and with the right message to influence his or her purchase decision? Data mining allows marketers to identify major characteristics of their consumers’ path to purchase. Armed with this data, marketers can focus on the digital paths driving the most ROI and influence consumers’ actual journeys toward the purchase.
DCMO Series: 9 Path to Purchase Questions for the CEO of Millward Brown
Mary Ann Packo leads the major market research company, Millward Brown, with the belief that understanding the modern consumer journey is both an art and science. The consumer’s path to purchase is becoming more complex with increasingly fragmented audiences, shifting consumer behaviors and even more connected devices.
DCMO Series: 9 Path to Purchase Questions for P&G’s Phyllis Jackson
The current consumer path to purchase is a spirograph of overlaid shapes once you get all the consumer’s individual paths on it. It has many different paths, even for the same individual, dependent on occasion, goal and contextual motivation.
DCMO Series: 9 Path to Purchase Questions for AOL’s Julie Saxon
Next up in our DCMO Series is Julie Saxon from AOL sharing her thoughts around path to purchase. As a veteran of the the online advertising industry, Julie has watched consumers become paralyzed by the overabundance of purchasing options.
DCMO Series: 9 Path to Purchase Questions for Jason Burby of POSSIBLE
“The current consumer path to purchase is far more disjointed and fluid than most marketers are willing to accept. It is vastly different across industries, geographies, cultures, ages, etc. One size solutions fit no one.”