Why continue—or even increase—spending if it’s not generating positive results? As odd as it might sound, the answer is because you’re likely not spending enough to get the returns you want.
In tough economic times, it can be tempting to double down on immediate revenue wins. Even though it may seem counter-intuitive, now is exactly when you should be investing in your top-of-funnel marketing.
Personalization tactics alone won’t be enough to foster more meaningful, long-term relationships with customers.
Looking at net worth, the trend is clear: 55-64 is the age break with the money to spend. In a 2021 survey, household net worth broken out by age rose from $380,000 for persons 25-34 to $450,000 for persons 35-54 to $504,000 for persons 55-64.
Media, from traditional programs to streaming services, is largely fueled by advertising revenue, which gives marketers a say in what content gets produced.
To help achieve brand goals, marketers should conduct ongoing media planning throughout the year, versus only once at the start. That puts key audiences at the center of marketing efforts.
Sports sponsorship activations are doing more than boosting brand awareness—they’re leading to higher conversion rates.
Before launching an influencer campaign, brands need to first develop a sound strategy for the campaign to drive the strongest impact and optimize their marketing spend.
Even in high-consideration categories, hesitation with trying a new brand is still high. Nielsen data shows that in these high-consideration categories, 75% of consumers still buy from a brand they’ve bought in the past.
While the NFL is the most popular sports league among Americans, the Bengals and Rams will have a global, national and local Cincinnati and Los Angeles audience for Super Bowl LVI.