Posts tagged: digital marketing

Noosh Pivoting to Content Marketing

Will Morgan
 Apr 25, 2016

noosh-logo-blueNoosh, a company whose print and marketing sourcing software is used by nearly 5,000 businesses and 20,000 users in 44 countries, is now transforming itself into a content marketing platform. By embracing this new approach while continuing to cultivate its roots in print sourcing, Noosh can offer licensees a head start on integrating multi-channel communications into their marketing strategies. Read more »

Insights from Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit

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 Dec 12, 2014

The Strategy Institute held its annual Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit in New York City on December 9th and 10th. Over the course of the two days, speakers, vendors, representatives, and attendees all met to discuss best practices, new digital marketing techniques, and experiences that have brought both successes and failures. A majority of discussions were about how financial services can better connect to customers through mobile, content marketing practices, and leveraging data in an effective way. Here are some of the key observations gained from our time there:
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Key Trends to Look for at the Digital Marketing Financial Services Summit

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 Nov 13, 2014

There are few industries left using marketing software than can now be labeled as transformative as a result of digital media – from retail to government, marketers within these vertical markets have taken the marketing software technologies offered by vendors to bring full digital experiences to their prospective customers. However, in industries where more importance is placed on securing sensitive customer information there are greater hurdles to overcome in offering prospective customers a truly valuable experience. One such vertical that is driving the transformation of marketing is the financial services industry. Research completed by InfoTrends in this market and a recent eBook published by the Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit, show just how marketers in financial services are taking these roadblocks around data security and creating a digital experience for their customers.

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censhare Community Days 2014

David Stabel
 Oct 9, 2014

On Oct. 3rd 2014 this years censhare Community Day was held in Munich, Germany. censhare AG (censhare) is a provider of software for digital publishing and marketing automation. The company invited its partners and industry analysts to share best practices and insights on its latest developments as well as trends in digital publishing and marketing. Several case studies showed how censhare helps marketers and enterprises with the challenges of managing content, associated workflows and distribution processes. In addition, censhare revealed the key highlights of its new software version that will be released in Oct. 2014: censhare 5.0.

Stefan Ruthner, EMEA sales manager at censhare, opening the censhare Community Days 2014

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Content Rising Event Review: Where Marketers Need to Look Next

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 Jun 24, 2014

On Wednesday June 18th, Skyword, along with partners Conductor, Outbrain, and Traackr, held “Content Rising”, an event geared toward enterprise marketers in Boston, MA. The purpose of Content Rising was twofold: first, to raise brand awareness for the event sponsors and second to further educate marketers on the best strategies for content marketing.

While there is much buzz in the media on content marketing techniques and opportunities for brands to leverage content to pull in consumers, many of the marketers in attendance commented that they are still trying to refine their strategies and are not yet fully comfortable with the tactic. Gaining confidence in using a content marketing strategy was a strong theme of the night and also provided the vendors in attendance the opportunity to educate the audience on the best strategies for execution. Here are some of the highlights from the event, as well as a brief overview of the vendors in attendance.

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How Social Networking and User Generated Content are changing Customer Communications

David Stabel
 May 26, 2014

On May 22nd, censhare AG, a software provider of business communications solutions for a variety of industries, organized its third Futureday conference (Futureday 2014) after two successful Futureday conferences in 2010 and 2012. More than 400 international experts, analysts, and entrepreneurs travelled to Munich, Germany, to discuss the role of technology on customer-centric corporate strategies and business models.

 

Dieter Reichert, CEO of censhare

The conference started off with several presentations showing how social networking and user generated content is changing today’s communications and is more and more influencing corporate strategies and business models. Following the presentations, a panel of experts discussed about customer engagements and marketing automation. Here is a brief summary of the observations made by Infotrends.

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“Re-inventing Marketing” at the Adobe Summit 2014

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 May 21, 2014

On May 14th and 15th, Adobe organized the fourth edition of its European Digital Marketing Summit with the theme “Re-Inventing Marketing”. The event helps Adobe to better equip marketers for the rapid transition to digital, and to better engage with the evermore empowered consumer. The event, staged at the ExCel Centre in London attracted over 3,800 visitors from 47 countries, and represented a 30% increase in attendance compared to 2013.

At the conference, Adobe (and key partners) showcased their technological leadership and brought in a range of interesting speakers to share best practices, insights, and entertainment. Besides the main stage, they offered almost 100 breakout sessions on several topics, ranging from the latest technology trends on mobile, social, and multi-channel, to how enterprises can overcome organizational barriers between CIOs and CMOs.

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Four Takeaways from Adobe’s “Summit” Digital Marketing Conference

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 Mar 14, 2013

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend Adobe Summit, the company’s flagship user conference for its digital marketing business unit. The Salt Lake City, Utah event attracted over 5,000 digital marketing professionals that use Adobe’s growing suite of marketing technologies. After $4 billion of investment between acquisitions and R&D over the past three years, Adobe used this year’s Summit to introduce the Marketing Cloud, five major solution areas–Social, Media Optimizer, Analytics, Target, Experience Manager–geared toward making marketers more data-driven, customer-centric, and digital.

After presenting 27 somewhat-integrated products at last year’s Summit, Adobe’s vision is coming into focus. It is clear that Adobe is aiming to be a strong competitor in the enterprise marketing technology space, especially as it relates to digital marketing. Here are four takeaways about Adobe’s direction, the marketing technology space, and the evolution of digital marketing derived from developments at its Summit conference.

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Marketo IPO Filing: A Sign of Things to Come?

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 Feb 28, 2013

On Tuesday, marketing automation technology provider Marketo formally began the process of making an initial public offering of its common stock by filing a confidential submission with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for review. If the IPO moves forward, it will reveal insights about Marketo’s strategy and operations and could lead to a flurry of M&A and other IPO activity in this fast growing segment.

The San Mateo, CA-based company has raised over $100 million in venture capital funding since its launch in 2006 and has been an aggressive competitor in the crowded marketing technology landscape. Marketo CEO Phil Fernandez and his team have done a good serving both small-and-medium business (SMB) and enterprise customers by providing a scalable marketing platform with an intuitive interface and a strong network of partners and integrations. This strategy has grown the company to $32.9 million in revenue in 2011–or 3,545% growth in three years, according to its Inc. 500 listing. Read more »

New European SME Research Shows High Interest in Marketing Technology

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 Feb 5, 2013

Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s) are the backbone of the European economy. According to Eurostat, there are over 20 million firms (excluding financial firms) that constitute being an SME by having 250 or fewer employees, while the majority are micro enterprises with fewer than 9 employees. The sheer number of them alone presents a great opportunity to provide these businesses with tools and services to help them embrace the rapid changes in the communication world.

InfoTrends has recently completed its European research on marketing automation among Small & Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs). The research, entitled Capturing the European SME Marketing Automation Opportunity, focused on the marketing and media needs of SME’s in five key European countries, and across 12 vertical markets. Some key highlights include: Read more »

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