More than a quarter (29%) of respondents said they use artificial intelligence (AI) to help streamline customer experiences, per Isobar. An additional 46% anticipate using AI in the future. Similarly, 36% of respondents said they're currently using machine learning, with an additional 37% who anticipate using it in the future. To better understand how these technologies are being leveraged, we spoke with Mario Ciabarra, founder and CEO of digital intelligence platform Quantum Metric. What are some common flaws in the ecommerce customer experience?
There is no shortage of marketing buzzwords with short-term industry hype. When I first heard about the intersection of AI and marketing, while working with a machine-learning startup out of the Bay Area, I assumed the use of bots in marketing would follow suit as a buzzworthy concept that would quickly run its course. Fast-forward five years, and it's evident that AI and its related technologies will run parallel to nearly all marketing tactics in the future. Here are three unexpected ways that the adoption of AI is currently shifting and will continue to accelerate the evolution of the marketing landscape over the next three to five years. Perhaps the greatest potential benefit of AI within the context of marketing, sales, customer support and business in general is the capacity for it to reduce what is known to psychologists as "Cognitive load."
As we continue to move forward in digital transformation, an increasing number of companies are discovering the promise of robotic process automation (RPA). In a nutshell, RPA allows companies to gain efficiencies and (hopefully) save money by automating routine tasks. RPA is what I'd call the low-hanging fruit of artificial intelligence. It's governed by structured input. Its processes are mundane and rule-based.
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At first glance, it seems as though you have to think pretty far out of the box to explore just how artificial intellgience (AI) can be applied to your various marketing strategies. Even still, it's even harder to imagine a field that hasn't been shaken by AI's endless impact. As such, it's time to bring the world of digital marketing to the revolutionized platforms offered by AI. Of course, this begs the following question: What exactly is AI? AI systems are automated tools that can help businesses extract data and enhance the customer experience. And while they may seem confusing at first, they can be applied to your marketing initiatives.
Finding a logical starting point for bringing artificial intelligence integration into your marketing strategy is intimidating, no matter what your budget looks like. However, for the SMB and startup entrepreneur without the wiggle room to experiment, getting started often feels incredibly risky or out of reach. But we're reaching a point where it's becoming a necessity for any brand looking to stay competitive. Instead of being intimidated by big brands and their respective AI capabilities, small businesses should look to them for inspiration and utilize the lessons already learned by these companies, who can burden the risk of trying different AI strategies. Here are three areas of big-brand AI implementations that we know work and are ripe for SMBs to try: search marketing, targeted displays and social media ads.