Year after year, marketing industry leaders experiment with and popularize innovative advertising techniques. From the convenient Instagram shopping checkout feature to advertisements centered on social change, 2019 has been a year of constant connection.
Many make the mistake of depending too heavily on personalization, creating an expectation that is difficult to achieve. I find that if you use automation to layer a “base” of communication with customers and personalization to provide the “extra touch,” that balance allows you to reach the full potential of your marketing and you are better able to connect with today’s consumers.
With today’s increased access to quality technology, businesses are constantly searching for ways to improve and tailor their marketing efforts. One development that’s taking the industry by storm is artificial intelligence (AI). Many brands are beginning to incorporate AI into their marketing strategies for more personalized, data-driven outreach.
Instagram made a big move. What’s the official motive behind testing a social media world with no “likes”?
The CEO of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, stated in the announcement that the test in the U.S. and Canada was “about creating a less pressurized environment, where people feel comfortable expressing themselves.”