Aspirational lifestyle marketing is essentially a negative psychological tactic that may have finally run its course.
Companies and brands are under the spotlight as they struggle for competitive advantage in the context of this reality.
It's like having a seat around the sandbox at the park or a spot on the bleachers at a Little League game.
It pays to diversify the data you receive from voice of the customer programs.
What people claim on surveys or in focus groups routinely flies in the face of their actual buying behavior.
Marketers who lobby for a dedicated CDP often have to convince their organizations that existing systems aren't equal to the task.
For one, ask "Does our brand strategy reflect our business strategy?"
How to craft human-centric branded experiences that bridge physical and digital worlds.
Fans of Netflix's most-watched original series are flocking to content like the then-and-now "Bridgerton" TikTok challenge.
What can marketers learn from sports leagues' efforts to win back teen fans?