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Mastering Misinformation Brings Businesses and Communities Together

The internet is made of trillions of facts. And for many consumers, it’s the first port of call when it comes to finding an answer to something – whether it’s the opening times of the closest pharmacy, or the calories in a meal. But how often are they getting the correct answer? Worryingly, marketers believe that only 35% of the information about their brands online is accurate. But as consumers increasingly lean on the information they get from search to make their purchase decisions, misinformation is leading to a…

Research Findings: The Ill Effects of Data Pollution Are Skyrocketing in Marketing Organizations

Over the past decade, marketers have embraced the concept of “Big Data.” Unfortunately, they’ve found that bigger is not always better—not if size comes without the requisite level of control, that is. As a result of the recent uninhibited data land grab, today’s marketers are being forced to confront an inconvenient truth of their own: data pollution. According to a recent Forrester Consulting study, commissioned by Infogroup, “Marketers Need To Confront The Inconvenient Truth Of Data Pollution,” the vast majority of…

Trends in Marketing Technology Budgets Could Impact Data Quality and Hygiene

Part One of  The Predictions Series for 2018 Covers Futuristic Insights on Marketing Budgets, Data Management, and Data Quality and Martech Delusions 2017 proved to be a phenomenal year for marketing technology vendors as we witnessed the ecosystem growing to 5300+ companies. In a way, if it’s marketing, it’s has be digital, and more specifically personalized, real, and optimized to meet contemporary standards of Customer Marketing. According to Chief Martech, 2017 fetched us 40% more martech solutions compared to the…