Marketing Trends and why AI is helpful

I think we all agree that the future of marketing is likely to involve a continued shift towards digital channels. 

The power of Artificial intelligence and machine learning will play even a bigger role in automating and personalising marketing efforts, while virtual and augmented reality will open up new opportunities for immersive brand experiences.

On a personal level, AI helps me to craft my ideas around Facebook or Google headlines, or rewriting my content in multiple languages etc. which increases my productivity.

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The use of influencers and user-generated content will continue to grow in importance, as consumers place more trust in recommendations from their peers than in traditional advertising.

I am curious to follow another trend which is the integration of voice search and voice assistants. This will change the way companies create their content and optimise it for voice search.

In addition, with the growing concern for privacy and data security, companies will need to be transparent and responsible with the data they collect and use for marketing purposes.

Overall, the future of marketing will require companies to be agile, adaptable, and customer-centric in order to stay ahead of the competition.

What other trends do you see in Marketing? Please leave a comment.

Another trends is Mark Schaefer’s new book – Belonging to the brand – Why Community is the Last Great Marketing Strategy.

But remember, as long as the Matterhorn stands, everything is going to be alright.


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The Power of Small Data vs Big Data

Hi people and hello from Lausanne. The city I moved to, let’s say in the 20th century but honestly, it still feels like it was yesterday. It’s just incredible how time flies.

Today, I would like to share with you my point of view regarding the hype around big data or machine learning. I mean, yes, big data offers a valuable but incomplete solution. Harvard Business Review studies and Martin Lindstrom, a branding expert and book author of small data agree that to fully understand your customers, you need to integrate both big and small data.

The power of small data is in teasing out clues to what consumers really want by spending time in focus groups listenings online research communities or most effectively, homes watching.

Martin Lindstrom says further; “intriguingly, we’re now turning the tables on the internet by circling back and finding human, not digital insights about ourselves based on our own unconscious online behaviors.”

Without understanding how your customers think, feel and act, you are unable to deliver an exceptional experience. Bottom line, today if you want to make the right decisions for your business, both small and big data combined, need to be applied in order to enhance the customer experience.

Hopefully this video is valuable to you. And as always, don’t be shy and reach out to me to discuss your marketing challenges. I would be more than happy to help.

But remember, as long as the Matterhorn stands everything is going to be alright.

Well people, cheers from Lausanne and I talk to you soon again from another great location. Bye.

Greetings from a Swiss mountain guy;-)

Claude Oggier

More marketing questions? Call me at 0041-78-637-4314 and I am happy to help.

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