Advertising as a sector is notorious for major paradigm shifts. That's because the shell game of grabbing consumers' attention never stops, and as programmatic advertising gave way to influencers gave way to branded content gave way to ... and on and on, so the game will always roll ahead as savvy marketers break new terrain and legions follow behind in a desperate bid for ears and eyes. Not surprising, then, that the winds are shifting yet again, and this time the leading edge of the industry is turning its attention to AI. I caught up with Sheri Bachstein, Global Head of Watson Advertising and The Weather Company, to discuss the transformative impact AI will have on the advertising game, as well as what we can expect in terms of adoption in traditional advertising and untested ecosystems like AR/VR. Me: What role will AI play in marketing in the years ahead?
The success of modern digital marketing today mainly rests on four key pillars: analytics, personalization, automation, and optimization. In the past, marketers had to depend on different tools for each of these pillars. However, that resulted in a landscape where small businesses were forced to pay expensive fees and feel completely helpless when trying to figure out what was actually working in their marketing. But what if you could use a single platform to handle everything? To align all these aspects of marketing, where your strategy is automatically implemented and tailored based on buyer behavior?
Digital marketing is a term that has emerged to describe the usage of the Internet and digital media to support marketing. By using digital technologies, marketing teams achieve marketing objectives defined in the organization. As more consumers, customers and prospects are present and active on different online platforms, digital marketing needs to encompass different kinds of media channels. Paid media, earned media and owned media needs to be considered in the competitive and complex buying environment of today's market. Paid media are channels where investment is put forward to pay for visitors through ads or search ranking.
This ongoing debate of marketer vs machines seems to be a little skewed to me. The idea of machines, as we know it comes from our knowledge based on popular culture. Movies like 2001: A Space Odyssey, Westworld, Alien, etc. have shown us what machines and AI can do. Needless to say, the portrayal of machines in popular culture show what people think of them in reality. These serve as cautionary tales in case we actually start putting our faith in machines.
I recall three decades ago when email initially came into being. Emails started out in the offices I worked in at the time and then I eventually obtained my own personal email account, which I still use today. It did not take long for business to take the email and use it for sales and marketing purposes. This competition question I will be discussing discusses emails used for sales and marketing, and whether a person is going to be inclined to open the email and click onto the link in that email. The problem statement for this question entitled, "Lord of the Machine", reads as follows:- "Email marketing is still the most successful marketing channel and the essential element of any digital marketing strategy. Marketers spend a lot of time in writing that perfect email, labouring over each word, catchy layouts on multiple devices to get them best in-industry open rates & click rates. How can I build my campaign to increase the click-through rates of email? It's time to unlock marketing potential and build some exceptional data-science products for email marketing. Analytics Vidhya sends out marketing emailers for various events such as conferences, hackathons, etc. We have provided a sample of user-email interaction data from July 2017 to December 2017. You are required to predict the click probability of links inside a mailer for email campaigns from January 2018 to March 2018" I have written this program using Google Colab, which is a free online Jupyter Notebook that has the major Python libraries already installed.
Organizations are discovering special solutions for keeping sales engines running around the clock. In this movement companies utilizing joined digital marketing methodologies will lead the industry. Everyone nowadays knows marketing has been advanced in each form in which it's been used by the organizations. One form of that is persona marketing, this is the place where Artificial Intelligence comes to the play. Marketers are rapidly understanding the advantages of AI, and 84% of marketing companies are executing or extending their utilization of AI and machine learning in 2018, as indicated by Forbes.
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For the past few years, artificial intelligence has largely been used for marketing analytics. However, as we push toward a more democratized AI future, AI will become a valuable tool in the arsenal of all marketers. In this instance, democratization means that employees at all levels of an organization will feel empowered to make final decisions guided by artificial intelligence and then act on those decisions. In short, the democratization will be a flattening of judgment-based decision making. For marketers, this will mean more critical analysis to support everyday business decisions.
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