From important marketing statistics to key strategy, here’s a round-up of this week’s marketing news.
69% of C-level respondents said their marketing strategy was effective compared to 55% of individual contributors.
Among the 6,000+ respondents who were surveyed by Hubspot this year this year, 69% of C-level respondents said their marketing strategy was effective compared to 55% of individual contributors.
A further breakdown of “YES, OUR MARKETING STRATEGY IS EFFECTIVE.”:
- C-level executive (CEO, CMO): 69%
- VP/Director: 68%
- Individual contributor: 61%
- Manager: 55%
You can access the full report here
Marketers Fear Increase In Advertising Prices Due To FCC’s Plan To Kill Net Neutrality
A Majority of marketers fear that killing Net Neutrality could lead to the end of Marketing. The FCC’s proposal would affect everything from advertising prices to viewability standards — resulting in stunting innovation and competition. Many marketers also believe that without net neutrality, creators and brands will struggle to achieve ROI goals.
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Only 30% of Instagram posts get seen
Although Instagram boasts the highest engagement rates in Social Media. According to Sprout Social’s recent article, almost 70% of Instagram posts are not seen — due to Instagram’s new algorithm that focuses more on past page engagement when choosing what content people will see.
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Learn more about how to improve your visibility here
Research says: Omni-shopping is the new norm
While customers are still going to traditional brick-and-mortar retailers for a majority of purchases, their path to purchase now passes through a wide range of digital, mobile and social channels, reflecting a shift in behaviour that is changing the face of shopper marketing.
According to Criteo’s recent report, the most popular ways of shopping are: “Ordering online and picking up in-store”, “researching online and buying in-store”, and “seeing something in-store and buying it online”. Also reported, 89% of shoppers said appealing product photos can sway their purchasing decision.
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Facebook Will allow Americans to see the Russian Posts They Read
After Facebook claimed that 126 million+ people in the U.S. may have seen posts produced by Russian-government-backed agents. A new Facebook tool will let Americans see if they fell for Russian propaganda, the tool is set to be released by the end of 2017 on Facebook’s online support center.
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